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2012 CubaCaribe Festival Information

Past Events

- CubaCaribe Benefit Dinner 2012

- Artist Info Festival 2012

- Cuba Caribe Festival 2011

- Los Muñequitos de Matanzas 2011

- BOUNDtogether 2010

- CubaCaribe Festival 2010

- BOUNDtogether 2009

- Cuba Caribe Festival 2009

- Carnaval 2008

- Cuba Caribe Festival 2008

- Cuba Caribe Festival 2007

- Alayo Dance Company Fundraiser 2007

- Cuba Camp Hawaii 2006

- Carnaval Contingent 2006

- Cuba Caribe Festival 2006

- Fundraiser for CubaCaribe 2006

- Cuba Caribe Festival 2005

- Sobrevivir 2005

- Cuba Camp 2005


CubaCaribe Festival, 2007

April 20 - 29, 2007
Dance Mission Theater
3316 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110



The Third Annual Cuabacaribe Festival presents the dance and music of Cuba, Haiti, and Brazil, From the sacred Vougdoun dance of yanvalou, to the provocative Masún, to the joyous Mambo, to the groundbreaking fusion of Afro-Cuban popular and modern, the festival offers a profusion of dance, music and song over to weekends. In addition to performacnces, the festival includes special events and classes.

Weekend One
Friday & Saturday, April 20 & 21 at 8 pm, and Sunday, April 22 at 7 pm.

Shaking Off the Dust
Based on the Picasso quote "ARt washes away from the soul, the dust of everyday life", Cuba Caribe presents a suite of performances by celebrated San Francisco Bay Area Haitian, Cuban and Brazilian folkloric dance companies. For generations, people throughout the Americas have relied on dance and song to shake off the dust of the mundane in the ripe hours after long days of toil.

Featuring: Michelle martin & Konpayi, Portsha Jefferson and Rara Tou Limen, Loco Bloco, and Las Que Son Son and more.

Weekend Two
Thursday, Friday & Saturday, April 26,27 & 28 at 8 pm, and Sunday, April 29 at 2 pm & 7 pm.

Three Threes & Traces
CubaCaribe presents the 2007 season of Alayo Dance Company with the debut of Ramón Ramos Alayo´s latest work, Three Threes & Traces. In this choreographic diptych, Ramos crafts layered, yet seamless, composition in which he simultaneously elaborates on and diverges from the traditional language of Cuban popular and modern dance forms.

Featuring: Ramón Ramos Alayo & Alayo Dance Company.


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