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Viva La Salsa: El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, Willie Rosario & Gilberto Santa Rosa
James L Knight Center
Oct 29 2016
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Viva La Salsa
Salsa is one of those rare dance forms that has never lost its charm and appeal. It is still as fascinating and eye-catching than it used to be several years ago. Indeed, the craze for Salsa dancing is much more mammoth today than the past.
We all love Salsa and admire the beauty and grace that this dance projects to us. No matter how difficult it is in practice, Salsa looks completely wonderful on stage. If you are among the regular attendees of different Salsa events that take place throughout the United States, you must have experience the sheer pleasure that the dance gives us.
But have you ever tried to explore its roots and know about its origin. Have you ever wondered that from where this beautiful dance form has come from and have you ever learned about the transitions Salsa have gone through. If not then there is a Salsa show that will take you through the history of Salsa dancing in an absolutely mesmerizing way. The show in focus is Viva La Salsa that is a Journey Through History of Salsa Dancing.
Viva La Salsa is a high energy show featuring a number of world champion dancers and top-notch performers. The splendid production celebrates the history of salsa dancing and explores its roots in Africa and the Caribbean and its migration to America through Cuba and Puerto Rico.
Salsa music and dance may be a modern phenomenon captures the passionate rhythm and romantic soul of different cultures and civilizations. Viva La Salsa throws light on all this through a beautifully crafted story woven with dance and more dance. Touted as Worlds first touring salsa musical, Viva La Salsa has it all that will keep your glued to seats throughout the performance.
Viva La Salsa is a fascinating journey of Salsa dancing. The story takes us back to the times when African Slaves were brought to the Caribbean through slave ships. Now you may be wondering over the connection between the slaves and the Salsa, this is a fact that they first originated the beautiful dance and that too during the times of slavery.
Those slaves brought their rhythms, customs, and religious beliefs to the Islands of the Caribbean during those times and Salsa is one of their gifts to us. While there are many interpretations of how they started it all here, the Viva La Salsa tells us an interesting tale about their love for dance and music.
The story goes like this that when the slave masters went to sleep, the slaves enjoyed the only time of true freedom and spent the nights dancing and rejoicing, thus keeping the rhythms from the land of Africa alive in their hearts, bodies, and souls. The practice continued and the original Caribbean music got mixed with the African rhythms, resulting in the initial form of Salsa dancing.
At the outset, Salsa was recognized as Rumba in Cuba, and Bomba and Plena in Puerto Rico. Then came the time when this exciting mixture of different sounds started to be played all around the streets of Havana, San Juan, and soon after in various nightclubs around the Caribbean.
It was during the era of 1950s when the music and dance genres from the Caribbean was brought to America as a result of Puerto Rican immigration to New York and Cuban immigration to Miami. Later, this music and dance has spread throughout the world and toady as we all know it as Salsa.
Salsa molded into various different, and interesting styles over the years and today we have the New York Style, Los Angeles Style, Miami Style, Cuban Style, Colombian Style and many others forms of Salsa Dance.
Today Salsa dance is recognized as one of the most popular dancing forms. With shows like Viva La Salsa and others, this fantastic form of dance has become a phenomenon like no other.
The dance has a universal approach and is appreciated by people of different colors, race, nationalities, socio-economic status and religious backgrounds from around the world. But when it comes to the best Salsa show, then Viva La Salsa defeat all others as it combines the brightest stars of Salsa world.
Viva La Salsa is a colorful and touching story of Salsa told through wonderful performances by some of the most renowned dancers.
The splendid star cast of the show include the likes of Oliver and Luda, Junior Alabi and Emily Alabi, Luis and Anya, Ana and Joel, Alex and Alien, Griselle Ponce, Tito Ortos and Tamara Livosi, Genner and Yudi, Jonathan and Sophia, Ana and Henry, Dicky Colon and Proyecto Descarga along with the captivating and exciting music of Massicot.
Mary Kent has written the story of this Salsa play while Sekou McMiller has directed this mega production that will definitely rock you all on your feet.
Passion, excitement and fascination, this is all Viva La Salsa is all about. Make sure to attend this grand production when it comes to your city as you will be swept away by the charismatic dance and music that comes to us from the world of Viva La Salsa. Go for it and have a time of your life.