Mexico, Dec. 6 (Notimex).- Students of the Classic Dance bachelor of the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA, for its acronym in Spanish) will present from December 6-10 several consecrated works of universal ballet, as part of winter practice of scenic practices.
In an interview diffused by INBA in a statement, teacher Rodolfo Hechavarria Fournier (1964) explained that one of the objectives of the National School of Classic and Contemporary Dance (ENDCC) is that dancers contribute to dance and cultural art of the country.
“The future artists that will be mentioned in the next 15 or 20 years are preparing at school in this moment”, he remarked while pointing out that “a professional dancer is not only formed in the classroom, but with constant experience on stage”.
The institute said that the ENDCC will have two programs as part of this season at the National Arts Center (Cenart, for its acronym in Spanish), which will have free admission and limited space.
He detailed that on the first place the following pieces can be enjoyed: “Les Sylphides”; a fragment of the first act of “Don Quijote” ballet, the “Masquerade” from the “Romeo and Juliet” ballet’s first act, as well as the “pas de deux Sylvia” and the “Jazz Suite”.
For the second part, the audience will be delighted with “Enchanted gobelins”, a “pas de quatre” of the “Hunchback horse” ballet’s second act, as well as the third scene from “La bayadera” and “La Silfide”s first act, composed by a “pas de deux” and variations of the second act.
As well as “Colin Variation” from the ballet “La fille mal gardée” and “The ocean and the pearls”, a “grand pas de trois” of the ballet “Hunchback horse”’s second act.
For closing, the second act of the ballet “La Esmeralda”, with script by choreographer Jules Perrot (1810-1892), inspired by the novel “Notre Dame de Paris” from French playwright Victor Hugo (1802-1885) and music by Italian Cesare Pugni (1802-1870).