Alicia Alonso

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Noun1.Alicia Alonso - Cuban dancer and choreographer (born in 1921)
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In the hotel's chic panoramic San Cristobel Restaurant on the 6th floor, I tucked into lobster ceviche and gazed over to El Capitolio (Cuba's seat of Government) and Havana's most recently restored theatre, Gran Teatro Alicia Alonso. Both are spectacularly illuminated by night.
Time well spent: Gomez built her powerhouse technique by putting in the hours with Ramona de Saa and her other Cuban teachers: Fernando, Alberto and Alicia Alonso; and Martha Iris Fernandez, Svetlana Ballester and Loipa Araujo.
Will Smith speaks during the 6th International Jazz Day at the Grand Theatre of Havana Alicia Alonso, Cuba, April 30, 2017.
with a tour of choreographer Alicia Alonso's "Don Quixote" this weekend at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, 50 E.
Alicia Alonso, partially blind at 19, is a prima ballerina assoluta and the founder of Ballet Nacional de Cuba.
They presented their material with all the flourish they brought to the Hippo when they last danced in Birmingham with the ballerina assoluta Alicia Alonso in charge ( a great lady who once invited me to spend the winter swimming with her in Havana in order to convalesce after a bad flu' attack) In spite of boundless enthusiasm, a few things were in need of several extra rehearsals.
<BUS President Barack Obama speaking at the Gran Teatro de la Habana Alicia Alonso in the historic Habana Vieja, or Old Havana, neighbourhood yesterday Chip Somodevilla
Obama veut profiter de cette allocution depuis le grand theatre Alicia Alonso, qui peut accueillir jusqu'a 1.300 personnes, pour livrer sa vision des relations americano-cubaines.