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American Latino - Gustavo Sansano Dances His Way To The Top

American Latino - Gustavo Sansano Dances His Way To The Top

Spanish Choreographer Gustavo Ramirez Sansano embraced dance at a young age. And while modern dancing is a competitive field that is known for grinding talent down and burning them our quickly, Gustavo has achieved a long lasting career. Today he is sought after by almost many major dance companies around the world, and recently with his new project titled Victoria, which is a modern dance take to today’s political climate, Gustavo caught the eye of one of the most prestigious dance companies in the world: Alvin Ailey. For more on his new gig, here is Gustavo himself, only on American Latino TV.

The New York Times - Finding Refuge in One Another

The New York Times - Finding Refuge in One Another

Two productions from the 1980s returned to the repertory of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater last week, in refurbished form. The new iterations of Jawole Willa Jo Zollar's "Shelter" (1988) and Talley Beatty's "Stack-Up" (1982), par of the company's five-week City Center season, proved a study in contrasts of how dances can weather the passage of time.

The New York Times - #SpeakingInDance: In 'Sinner Man,' Your Soul Is Onstage

The New York Times - #SpeakingInDance: In 'Sinner Man,' Your Soul Is Onstage

"I take it almost like a mission," Yannick Lebrun of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater said of performing "Sinner Man" from "Revelations," Ailey's 1960 masterpiece set to African-American spirituals. " 'Sinner Man' is a very powerful, propulsive section of 'Revelations' that shows who we are as Ailey men, but it definitely also has a deeper story: You're running for your life."

Dance Magazine - The Magic of Revelations

Dance Magazine - The Magic of Revelations

In 1960, America was in the midst of a social transformation. The Supreme Court had ruled "separate but equal" unconstitutional six years prior, but the country's response was slow and turbulent as desegregation incited violent responses. Surrounded by powerful civil rights momentum, a 29-year-old Alvin Ailey created an ode to the resilience of the human spirit: Revelations.

The New York Times - Ailey Dancer Honors His Roots

MIAMI - Jamar Robers has been around the world as a leading dancer with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. But in a week after Hurricane Irma swept through Miami, he was back where he started, at Dance Empire, a studio in a suburban strip of warehouses here.

Financial Times - Alvin Ailey Brings Its Perfectly Calibrated Dance To Paris

Paris isn’t lacking for new music venues. After the Philharmonie, another major construction project was completed in April: La Seine Musicale, in the south-western suburb of Boulogne. Designed by Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines, it occupies a third of the tiny Seguin Island on the Seine, hugging its shoreline; the flagship auditorium sits on one end like an oversized Fabergé egg, with rotating solar panels curving over it.

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