Ballet International Training to host workshop in Tijuana

The Ballet International Training (BIT) will host a dance workshop at the Tijuana State Arts Center (CEART)
Ballet International Training to host workshop in Tijuana
Dancers from both sides of the border will be participating at the event - Photo: Denis Balibouse/REUTERS
10/07/2018
18:40
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With the purpose of promoting art and culture at the U.S.-Mexico border, the Ballet International Training (BIT) will host a dance workshop at the Tijuana State Arts Center (CEART). Dancers from both sides of the border will be participating at the event.

At a press conference, the organizer of the BIT workshop, Sahara Acosta Durán, informed that the world known Russian dancer Misha Tchoupakov will participate at the event.

“Tchoupakov is currently a jury member and dance teacher for the largest and most important ballet competition in the United States. Now, we will have the privilege of learning from his many years of experience and he will tell us about his technique,” she commented.

Katrina Blose, a choreographer working in the United States and Japan will also be participating, along with Valentin Bartes, a dancer from Rumania and current chairman of the Arte Italia Cultural Association.

Companies such as Berlin State Ballet, PKB Ballet Competition from Japan, and the Monterrey Music and Dance School will also be part of the jury. "We are considering opening the border gate to unite dancers from both countries through art, and at the same time broadcast a message of mutual collaboration between the two countries through the city of Tijuana," Durán stated.
 

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