Cuba invites to Paris to a grand ballet
Published on 9 July 2017 in Entertainment
The dancers of the National Ballet of Cuba will arrive in Paris this July. It’s the perfect excuse for you to book a stay at the Hotel Les Théâtres, a place that well deserves its name. Your stay in Paris promises to be a total change of scenery combining French tradition with a quick detour to Havana. Let the journey begins now.
A spectacle of breath-taking beauty
The Cuban National Ballet, created in 1948, is the legacy of the legendary Alicia Alonso. Due to popular demand, the show revisits the classics with a troupe of dedicated dancers who bring passion, elegance, emotion and technical ability to each performance. You will be as captivated by the magical stage sets as you are transported by the enchanting music. Above all, you will fall in love with the refined mastery of talented dancers who have been trained in the classics from a young age. It truly is a majestic show!
Three exceptional and unmissable programmes
This unique company has not visited France for over 10 years. As part of its European tour, the company returns to the capital from the 6th to the 20th of July 2017. The troupe will present 3 theatre shows that blend romanticism with the sunny colours and sounds of the Caribbean. The refined programme includes an opening evening presentation of Giselle and Don Quixote that pays homage to the famous choreographer Alicia Alonso. If you’d like to learn a few steps, the troupe gives public classes on the 9th, 16th and 20th of July 2017 from 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. A stay at Hotel Les Théâtres will put you in the mood and you’re also just a few metro stops from the Salle Pleyel where performances take place.
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