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Ondina: poetry expressed by the body

Dance itself is like a poem refined by the movement of dancers.


Ondina is a work performed by the Compañía Cuarto Intermedio, a group of experimental dance dancers where they not only express themselves with their bodies but also with the word.Very poetic not only because there are oral expressions, but because the dance itself is like a poem refined by the movement of the ballerinas. They are like nymphs given to dancing poems and beautiful melodies by Ravel, Bach and Mozart, directed by Valentín Fernández.[democracy id="56"]

Publication Date: 13/08/2018

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