Raices Profundas (Deep Roots), a famous Cuban Dance Company, will perform its enthralling dances in Vietnam from April 19-22.
According to the Centre for the Performing Arts under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the 12 member company will put on a display different dances that give an insight into Cuba ’s musical history.
With their professional performances, the dancers will entertain audiences with dynamic performances that reflect Latin America , with a mix of African and Spanish dances combined with ballet.
Vietnamese audiences will have the chance to savor the enchanting Salsa and others including the Rumba, Danzon, Cha-Cha-Cha, Mambo, Bolero and Salsa Casino.
First established in 1974, Deep Roots has performed in many countries around the world.
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