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Fernando AlonsoThe Father of Cuban Ballet$
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Toba Singer

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780813044026

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2013

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813044026.001.0001

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René de Cárdenas

René de Cárdenas

(p.153) René de Cárdenas
Fernando Alonso

Toba Singer

University Press of Florida

René de Cárdenas comes from a family of dancers and after dancing with the Ballet Nacional de Cuba, brought such as Sonlar to stages around the world, never hesitating to return to Cuba when needed to teach partnering class. He says that Fernando is not the only one “present” in his consciousness when he takes a rehearsal or teaches, because he is also hearing the words of Michel Fokine and the masters from the Golden Era of Ballet whose wisdom Fernando brings into the studio today.

Keywords:   Sonlar, Stomp, A Chorus Line, Hatania de los remedios, Varna, Encuentro de las Academías, Anton Dolin, Michel Fokine, partnering

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