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“There is a charge that surges through these bodies…we are witnessing the beginning of a new era”
-The Huffington Post
Ballet Hispánico, the premiere Latino dance organization in the United States, is breaking through stereotypes by inspiring audiences with repertory that explores the diversity of Latino cultures. Founded by National Medal of Arts recipient Tina Ramirez, the company is led by acclaimed choreographer Eduardo Vilaro. The evening’s program will feature CARMEN.maquia, which was recently featured on PBS’ Lincoln Center at the Movies as an exhilarating contemporary take on Bizet’s beloved composition.
LIMITED Valet Parking at the Vilar Performing Arts Center will be available on this evening. Please plan to arrive early, as several activities are being held simultaneously in Beaver Creek Resort.
Music from Various Works by Georges Bizet, performed by the Slovak Philharmonic, Praha Philharmonic, New Zealand Symphony, and National Symphony Orchestras, and by the Arte Ensemble. Carmen Fantasy, by Pablo de Sarasate, performed by the Apollo Symphony Orchestra
Choreography by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano
Set Design and Construction by Luis Crespo
Costume Design by David Delfin
Costume Construction by Travis Halsey, Diana Ruettiger
Lighting Design by Joshua Preston
Carmen SHELBY COLONA
Don José CHRIS BLOOM
Micaela EILA VALLS
Escamillo LYVAN VERDECIA
Cigar Factory Girls, Soldiers, Townsfolk and Gypsies
JARED BOGART, MELISSA FERNANDEZ, LAURA LOPEZ, ANTONIO MANNINO, JENNA MARIE, GEENA PACAREU, SAYIGA EUGENE PEABODY, OMAR RIVÉRA, GABRIELLE SPRAUVE, DANDARA VEIGA
*Subject to change
$50-100, based on availability.
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Festival Fan Club
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Community Arts Access
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