Acosta Dance mourns death of Cuban ballet Maitre Ramona Saá

Havana, Apr 17 (Prensa Latina) The ballet company directed Cuban dancer and choreographer Carlos Acosta has mourned the death on Wednesday of ballet Maitre Ramona de Saá Bello, a notable figure in ballet pedagogy in the contemporary world.

On Facebook, Acosta Dance expressed its feelings for the death of Saá Bello, one of the foremost names of Cuban ballet.

The Master has died, her work is in the blood that beats in the best of the national ballet in the last 50 years, the company of the renowned dancer noted.

For Carlos Acosta, Saá will always be an essential part of his professional and human education. Hence, he revealed that she was like his second mother.

Saá Bello was one of the most outstanding personalities of contemporary dance pedagogy in the contemporary world, internationally recognized and forger of the current teaching system in Cuba.

Her work as an educator was directly related to the artistic training of Cuban dancers of international fame.

Since February 2017, the main rehearsal hall of the Acosta Danza Company bears her name.

Our heartfelt condolences to her family and friends, and for all lovers of the art of ballet, the comments by the company Carlos Acosta’s company concluded.


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