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ONE SHEET-- COMPANY SUMMARY

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DON QUIXOTE
CARMINA BURANA
LOST STEPS

 

Founded in the year 2000, the Colombian Ballet Company is the only professional company of its kind with great prestige and international recognition. Since 2015, the German Cuban dancer and choreographer, Gonzalo Galguera, is the Artistic Director of the Colombian Ballet Company. This new era represents a more defined approach and refined artistic profile, fostering a new mission to present universal classical repertory and groundbreaking contemporary choreography. With touring engagements across Europe, Central America, North America, and Asia, the company has reached a level of critical acclaim, performing in renowned venues such as The Kennedy Center, the United Nations Theater in Paris, and Netherlands Dans Theater, to name a few. With the dancers` combined technical skill and artistic mastery, the Colombian Ballet Company is a true ambassador and serves as the forefront for classical dance in Latin America.

Touring Programs/ Video Links:

Don Quixote

Obras Poeticas

The Lost Steps
The Lost Steps is a ballet choreographed by Gonzalo Galguera based on the acclaimed novel of Author Alejo Carpentier.

Barrio Ballet

Memorias Del Dorado

Dance Pages
This choreographic assembly created by Cuban choreographer Gonzalo Galguera, is composed of three works: Cuban Overture, Bolero, and Sinfonia Vivante. It is a trip through three different styles, both musical and artistic, under the same authorship in terms of choreographic language. The artistic concept develops in a crescendo while also serving as a tribute to classical and academic dance.

Carmina Burana
Carmina Burana, the sensual and corporal aspect, which transcends the movement as such, is radically broken with the religious and prohibitive discourse of the time, precisely because of its highly erotic content.  

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