Posts Tagged ‘culture’

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Dubbed “The Queen of Improvisation”, Victoria Sanabria is now recognized and respected in the artistic and musical world for being “the first winner femme” Troubadours of the prestigious Bacardi Competition. With this feat accomplished at 19 years of age, she has been demonstrated as one of the top improv artists of Puerto Rico.



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The McNay Museum of Art


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Urban Bush Women


“URBAN BUSH WOMEN (UBW) burst onto the dance scene in 1984 with bold, innovative, demanding and exciting works that bring under-told stories to life through the art and vision of its award-winning founder Jawole Willa Jo Zollar. The company weaves contemporary dance, music, and text with the history, culture, and spiritual traditions of the African Diaspora.
Under Zollar’s artistic direction, Urban Bush Women performs regularly in New York City and tours nationally and internationally. The Company has been commissioned by presenters nationwide, and includes among its honors a New York Dance and Performance Award (“Bessie”); the Capezio Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dance; and two 2004 Doris Duke Awards for New Work from the American Dance Festival.

As UBW celebrates its 30th Anniversary year, it continues to use dance as both the message and the medium to bring together diverse audiences through innovative choreography, community collaboration and artistic leadership development.”


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