Belgrade, Apr 12 (Prensa Latina) The rhythm and movement of the dance company Malpaso on Tuesday reaffirms the mastery and talent of Cuban dancers, who starred in a luxury performance at the 19th Belgrade Dance Festival in Serbia.
According to the Cuban Embassy here, the company’s performances took place to a full house, a reminder of what happened in 2021 when they came here with a show consisting of “Vals Indomitable”, “24 hours and a dog” and “Tabula rasa”.
On this occasion, and as part of the dance event held from March 16 to April 12, the group opened the program with “Nana para un Insomnio”, created by Daile Carrazana, who was inspired by “the great Cuban pianist, singer and composer Bola de Nieve”.
Likewise, Malpaso staged the piece “Silencio en flor”, created by Canadian choreographer Azur Barton, with music by US avant-garde jazz composer and trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire, according to the text from the Cuban Embassy.
Malpaso, directed by Fernando Saez, have enchanged Belgrade, after reaping favorable reviews with its debut in Paris, France, which shows the artistic quality of the company’s performers and the conquest of a particular language pursued by its artistic director, Osnel Delgado, when he decided to found Malpaso in 2013.