“The Little Mermaid”, a magical night starring the Santiago Classical Ballet

The show will be presented on Saturday, June 10 at 8:00 p.m. in the Restoration Hall of the Gran Teatro del Cibao.

Ballet Clásico Santiago will present “The Little Mermaid” on Saturday, June 10 at 8:00 p.m. in the Restoration Hall of the Gran Teatro del Cibao in its summer performance where it will also graduate eleven new classical dancers, under the general direction of Norma García and the production of Julio Suárez.

“We dedicate this performance to Rafi Vásquez, renowned artist of the Dominican arts and since our beginnings, manager of the Ballet Clásico Santiago in Puerto Plata. We arrived at 27 years of Ballet Clásico Santiago, instituted from the Institute of Culture and Art, in order to consolidate a professional classical dance company and later giving name to our academy. In this show, we celebrate our nineteenth graduation. The performance you are about to see is the result of all these years, of the support and motivation of what you are, respected audience,” said Norma Garcia, director of the academy. said Norma García, director of Ballet Clásico Santiago.

The first part of the program is based on the universal classical ballet repertoire, including segments of “Giselle”, “Swan Lake”, “Pas D’Esclave”, “Romeo and Juliet”, “Paquita”, “Corsair”, “La Bayadera”, where the new professional dancers will present their credentials accompanied by dancers Maykel Acosta, Eliosmayquer Orozco and Martín Estévez, a seventh year student of Ballet Clásico Santiago.

The graduates are Mariana Acuña Figueroa, María Matilde Butler Jacobo, Diana Isabel Eloy Castellano, Mariapaula Espinal Ceara, Ruth La Hoz Espinoza, Xiamena Marichal Pérez, Lynette Peralta Peralta, Emily Teresa Peralta Polanco, Pya Rivas Soriano, Miranda Santana Eloy and Sophia Torrez De Luna, who will be evaluated by the Examining Jury integrated by Marianella Sallent, General Director of Fine Arts; Eliosmayquer Orozco, dancer of the Ballet Nacional Dominicano and Norma García, director of Ballet Clásico Santiago.

The second part, “The Little Mermaid”, with dramaturgy by Norma Garcia, based on the Walt Disney film, will be an exquisite display of marine beauty where jellyfish, fish, anemones, starfish, seahorses, turtles and a whole world of fantasy that the ballet-loving public will enjoy. Ballet Clásico Santiago is a national reference in relation to aesthetics, the care of its technique, costumes and staging.

Graduates

A path that resonates with hard work, passion, dedication and in the case of Ballet Clásico Santiago, with the privilege of honoring the adage “sow and reap”.

Alexa Torres, dancer, Paris Opera Ballet / María Emilia García, dancer and choreographer, graduated in ballet at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC), Spain and in charge of the production department of the Casa de la Música, has been trained in its halls. recipient of the Soberano Clásico y Contemporáneo, 2022 / Elvis Guzmán, doctorate from the URJC, director of the Directorate of Education and Specialized Artistic Training / Andy Palma, graduate in classical dance performance technique and choreography from the URJC, artistic producer and choreographer of the Instituto Iberia, assistant artistic director of Ballet Clásico Santiago / Leticia Espinal, professor of Repertoire and Ballet Teaching Methodology, Ballet Clásico Santiago / Rita Alexandra Pérez, professor of Ballet Clásico Santiago, Bachelor in Physical Therapy directed to Ballet, advanced training at the Hochschule Furtwange University in Germany / Melina Rodríguez, dancer and professor of Ballet Clásico Santiago / Melina Rodríguez, dancer and professor of Ballet Clásico Santiago / Rita Alexandra Pérez, professor of Ballet Clásico Santiago, graduated in Physical Therapy directed to Ballet, advanced training at the Hochschule Furtwange University in Germany / Melina Rodríguez, dancer and teacher of Ballet Clásico Santiago / Camila Marcano, teacher of Ballet Clásico Santiago / Gabriela Ángeles, teacher of Ballet Clásico Santiago / Marian Polanco, teacher of Ballet Clásico Santiago, in Puerto Plata / Isami Ureña, teacher of Ballet Clásico Santiago, in Puerto Plata / Rocellyn Castillo, teacher of the Ballet Clásico Santiago, in Puerto Plata / Paola Brugal, teacher of the Ballet Clásico Santiago, in Puerto Plata / Laura Amelia Ramos, teacher of the Ballet Clásico Santiago, in Puerto Plata / María Eugenia Vargas, master in Stage Production, produces shows in Santo Domingo / Francisco Hilario, Master in Performing Arts; dancer, Perfordance and Theatre Propertier / Reymi Rojas, graduated in contemporary dance performance technique at the URJC; dancer, Perfordance and Theatre Propertier / María Alejandra Suriel, dancer Ballet Concierto Dominicano, graduate in classical dance performance technique and choreography / Annick Robledo Morales, musical graduate, Cheridan College, Toronto Canada / Mariel Álvarez, dancer, Barcelona Ballet / Liz Tatis, honors degree in Musical Theatre, Barcelona University of the Arts / Sabrina González, dancer, The American Musical and Dramatic Academy / Salma González, trainee, Washington Ballet / Alfa Rodríguez, founder and director, Ballet Contémpora / Raquel Quesada, founder and director, Raquel Arte y Danza / Daniela Colón, founder and director, Ballet Club / Cristal Domínguez, Ballet Club teacher / María Emilia Herrera, Ballet Club teacher / José Luis Ureña, ballet teacher, Bellas Artes Santiago / Natividad Fernández, ballet teacher, Bellas Artes Santiago / Jossinel Martínez, ballet teacher, Bellas Artes Santiago / Miguel Fuertes, choreographer, ballet graduate from the URJC / Ranses Ho, co-founder of Exercise gym / Gilberto Rodríguez, Exercise trainer / María F. Espinal, Dancer / Juan Carlos Carrasco, dancer and choreographer / Juan Martín, dancer and actor / Richard Sosa, director and choreographer of Eventos Espectaculares, directed by Alex Saviñón / Nancy Ninoska Fernández, founder of Fly pole fitness studio.

Source: Diariolibre.com

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