Alicia dances like the wind; It would be said that she represents the wind; But the wind moves and nothing explains, And Alicia explains with the movement (...) Now, she goes up and does not go down by her footprints: Her feet have wonderful wings And her hands reach the stars.
Thus, the poet Jesús Orta Ruiz the ''Indio Naborí’’ immortalized Prima Ballerina Assoluta Alicia Alonso, who died on October 17.
Students from the Eduardo Abela Professional School of Art, in San Antonio de los Baños, paid tribute to Alicia Alonso dancing with the grace and style they have learned from their teachers.
The institution recognized professor Syria Felipe Agüero Ávila for her contribution, dedication and commitment to artistic education.
Students, teachers, parents and workers of the center attended the gala, who also enjoyed the projection of videos related to the Queen of the Ballet in Cuba.
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With the question of What can young people do about climate change?, representatives from 19 Caribbean countries are meeting today at the Havana´s Nacional Hotel as part of UNESCO's 2nd International School of Sciences.Read More
Audrey Azoulay, Director General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), will make an official visit to Cuba from next December 4.Read More