Ballet de Monterrey will debut in Palacio de Bellas Artes with two world premieres
With two world premieres by Spanish choreographer Diego Landin, the Ballet de Monterrey, under the artistic coordination of Luis Serrano, will debut at the Palacio de Bellas Artes on July 5.
The Cuban choreographer and advisor of the company, Serrano, emphasized that it will be the first time that the group will be present in said venue and expressed its pleasure to support everything that is a dance in Mexico.
At a press conference held today in a space of the Historic Center, said he also accepted the invitation of Mexican dancer Elisa Carrillo to participate in Danzatlán. International Dance Festival 2019, which will take place from July 2 to 13.
"It was not planned, but we already had the pieces that would be world premiere: Ineffable and Shorthand of emotion, both by the choreographer Landin, a resident of the company."
The ineffable piece is at first a duo and then becomes a group with 14 dancers; He approaches love in one of his many versions, as well as the rejection because they finally decide to separate so as not to be hurt anymore, all with music by Franz Liszt.
While Shorthand of emotion is a work that includes music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Frédéric Chopin, until Béla Bartók, and leads the audience to the evolution of compositions and choreography.
Luis Serrano referred to the Spanish choreographer Diego Landin as a talented and young creator, who is now a resident of the Ballet de Monterrey and who will accompany them every year to create a work.
"I got to know his work about two years ago, he had a presentation in Monterrey and he put together a choreography at the School of Music and Dance for the graduation of a group, and I was very impressed by his work because he has a very special label to body language."