CULTURE SHOCK MIAMI Presents The YOU Review: Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

Written By Arts Marketing Network
February 28, 2018 at 7:52 PM

Culture Shock Miami Presents The YOU Review: Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

Produced by Kay and Stephen Belth, Arts Marketing Network

As part of its celebration of 20 years of dance, the ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET came to the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center on January 28, 2017 bringing a corps of 11 dancers. They were presented by CULTURE SHOCK MIAMI and South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center in a program of 3 works including some of their own commissions.

CULTURE SHOCKERS, Miami-Dade’s 13 to 22 year-old students who love the arts, attended the performance in force. The Culture Shock YOU Review Crew hooked up with some of them to hear their opinions about their experiences. . .



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