Havana, Nov. 3.- The Acosta Danza company, directed by the renowned Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, continues its journey today with the Evolución show, which will arrive in different cities in Spain in the months of November and December.
The also director of the Birmingham Royal Ballet will star in the pieces Memoria and Two, two creations by his countryman Miguel Altunaga and the British choreographer Russell Maliphant, respectively.
During the performances, the audience will enjoy the works Satori, by Raúl Reinoso; Paysage, soudain, la nuit, by the Swede Pontus Lidberg; Impronta, by María Rovira and Twelve, by the Spanish Jorge Crecis, according to the press release issued by the new group.
The calendar of presentations includes eight venues in the European country such as the Principal Theater of Alicante, the Great Theater of Córdoba, the Auditorium of Tarrasa, the Breton Theater of Logroño and the Principal of Vitoria, from November 18 to December 10 .
Likewise, the cast that incorporates the most current notions developed in the dance field into its repertoire will perform at the Arriaga Theater in Bilbao, the Cervantes Theater in Malaga and will conclude the presentations at the Baluarte de Pamplona.
Since 2015, the company that has become a space for renewal and one of the most effective cards to represent Cuban culture, opens doors to world creators, choreographers, musicians, designers, plastic and audiovisual artists. (PL)
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