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Carlos was trained through the Cuban state ballet system and danced at the Bolshoi when he was just 16. He is now acknowledged globally as one of the finest dancers of his generation. Carlos Acosta is one of ballet's superstars, known for his extraordinary athleticism and remarkable technical virtuosity. Now, for the very first time in London, he will join forces with guest dancers from the Ballet Nacional de Cuba, in a programme of classical ballet which has a distinctly Cuban feel. From the age of nine Acosta trained at the National Ballet School of Cuba. Inspired by Alicia Alonso's Ballet Nacional de Cuba he went on to become the greatest ballet dancer of his generation; and a national hero in Cuba. The Ballet Nacional de Cuba is renowned for its unparalleled technique. Watching Carlos Acosta dance with artists from this remarkable company, including Viengsay Valdes, Anette Delgado and Javier Torres, promises to be a breathtaking experience, not to be missed. Carlos Acosta - with Guest from Ballet Nacional de Cuba - Le Corsaire/El r?o y el bosque/Paso a tres website
.Performers Carlos Acosta, Veingsay Valdes, Anette Delgado, Javier Torres.
Producer Raymond Gubbay. Choreographer Alonso (Le Corsaire - after Petipa. Choreographer Mu?ecos ( El r?o y el bosque). Choreographer M?ndez (Paso a tres). Choreographer Carlos Acosta.
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