Havana Ballet Festival in Pictures   Photos by Caridad
<ul><li>Every two years the Havana International Ballet festival draws packed houses of Cuban and foreign dance enthusiast...
SLEEPING BEAUTY   (photo by Caridad)
SLEEPING BEAUTY   (photo by Caridad)
SLEEPING BEAUTY   (photo by Caridad)
SLEEPING BEAUTY   (photo by Caridad)
SLEEPING BEAUTY   (photo by Caridad)
SLEEPING BEAUTY   (photo by Caridad)
ALICIA ALONSO ON OPENING NIGHT WITH THE CUBAN NATIONAL BALLET.  (photo by Caridad)
AT SUNSET  (photo by Caridad)
OPENING NIGHT  (photo by Caridad)
THEMES AND VARIATIONS   (photo by Caridad)
THEMES AND VARIATIONS   (photo by Caridad)
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Photos from the 2008 Havana Ballet Festival.photos provided by www.havanatimes.org

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Havana Ballet Festival

  1. 1. Havana Ballet Festival in Pictures Photos by Caridad
  2. 2. <ul><li>Every two years the Havana International Ballet festival draws packed houses of Cuban and foreign dance enthusiasts and critics. The 21st edition is now underway through November 6, with top dancers and companies from 19 countries participating. Photographer Caridad captures some of the highlights. </li></ul>
  3. 3. SLEEPING BEAUTY (photo by Caridad)
  4. 4. SLEEPING BEAUTY (photo by Caridad)
  5. 5. SLEEPING BEAUTY (photo by Caridad)
  6. 6. SLEEPING BEAUTY (photo by Caridad)
  7. 7. SLEEPING BEAUTY (photo by Caridad)
  8. 8. SLEEPING BEAUTY (photo by Caridad)
  9. 9. ALICIA ALONSO ON OPENING NIGHT WITH THE CUBAN NATIONAL BALLET. (photo by Caridad)
  10. 10. AT SUNSET (photo by Caridad)
  11. 11. OPENING NIGHT (photo by Caridad)
  12. 12. THEMES AND VARIATIONS (photo by Caridad)
  13. 13. THEMES AND VARIATIONS (photo by Caridad)
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