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Ballet Hisp nico, the nation's renowned Latinx dance organization, recognized this year as one of America's Cultural Treasures, continues its B Unidos Facebook Watch Party Series celebrating 50th Anniversary archival performance treasures with Caravanserai. Enjoy a company performance from the comfort of your own home, followed by a live Q&A session with Ballet Hisp nico Artistic Director & CEO Eduardo Vilaro, and special guests. In recognition of Black History Month, these February Watch Parties continue to highlight the contributions of Black choreographers throughout the field of dance within Ballet Hisp nico's 50-year history. Caravanserai by Talley Beatty, followed by a conversation with Eduardo Vilaro and special guests Robert Battle, Artistic Director of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater; Linda Celeste Sims, former Ballet Hisp nico Company & Ailey dancer; Glenn Allen Sims, former Ailey dancer; and Danni Gee, Dance Curator & Music Programming Associate, City Parks Foundation/SummerStage. In Caravanserai, choreographer Talley Beatty uses the music of Carlos Santana in this free-floating and enigmatic reflection on time and space. Exploring the cycle of life from birth to death, this rapturous work captures the driving movement of the forces of nature. Choreography by Talley Beatty; Restaging by Merle Holloman; Music by Carlos Santana; Costume Design by Anita Yavich; Lighting Design by Roger Morgan; Dancers: Irene Hogarth-Cimino, Natalia Alonso, Candice Mon t McCall, Angelica Burgos, Jessica Batten, Min-Tzu Li, Rodney Hamilton, Waldemar Qui ones-Villanueva, Nicholas Villenueve, Jeffery Hover.
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