A PAIR of international ballet companies are about to pas de deux around Malaga.
On November 19, Nerja’s cultural centre will host the latest production of the National Ballet of Paraguay.
The contemporary dance production is based on the work of Paraguayan author Augusto Roa Bastos, the winner of the most prestigious Hispanic literary prize, the Premio de Cervantes.
The production, which has been on show in London, is called Isadora in tribute to dance legend Isadora Duncan.
Also fresh from London’s West End a series of ballet stars, including Matthew Powell and Yamato Mashiko, will descend on Competa on December 4 and 5.
The Reach4Dance company is bringing together the cream of UK’s young dance talent with a series of performances.
More details on www.competaart.com.
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