“If it hadn’t been the dance, I could have worked in a circus.”
Interview with Eleonora Cassano
Simple and cheerful, the greatest Argentine classical dancer of the last decades, tells anecdotes of her beginnings between the demands of the Teatro Colón and the memorable performances in front of 20th century personalities such as Lady Di. A woman determined to take risks, with a career that starts in the classic world and reaches the mass media with her participation in the Teatro Maipoy Showmatch, Cassano continues to teach and share the passion for dance in her private classes with the new generations.
An unfailing one in his performances and interviews: a mint pill. “I learned to keep a candy in my mouth in part to soothe anxiety and, also, fill the need for fluids while dancing. Surely they won’t notice when they look at the note!” , closes laughing Eleonora.
Periodista y productor especializado en cultura y espectáculos.
Colabora desde hace más de 25 años con medios nacionales en gráfica, audiovisuales e internet.
Además trabaja produciendo Contenidos en áreas de cultura nacionales y municipales.
Ha dictado talleres y cursos de periodismo cultural en instituciones públicas y privadas.
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