FUEGO, PASIÓN, AMOR.

NOCHE LATINA | November 9-10, 2019
The Balboa Theatre

California Ballet presents NOCHE LATINA, an evening of fire, passion, and romance with a Latin flare! The evening will feature Bizet's CARMEN and the world premiere of Jared Nelson's interpretation of the fiery BOLERO. Also on the program is the West Coast premiere of Septime Webre's JUANITA Y ALICIA, a lively and fun dance narrative based on the choreographer's real-life family in Cuba, accompanied live on stage by famed Cuban band, AMISTAD CUBANA. | Recommended ages 5 and up.

Run time: 1 hour 50 minutes, including two intermissions.

TICKETS: $30 - $65

✆ CBC TICKET OFFICE: (858) 560-6741

HAVANA NIGHTS AFTER PARTY

JOIN US on stage after the curtain while the night is young for a dance party on stage featuring Cuban band, AMISTAD CUBANA, the dancers of CALIFORNIA BALLET, light bites, and specialty cocktails. Mingle, sway, and dance the night away. Following the 7:30pm performances. Proceeds benefit the California Ballet. For more information, please contact the California Ballet box office.

ADMISSION: $100. (Separate ticket to the evening’s performance also required.)

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CHOREOGRAPHY
Jared Nelson (BOLERO)
Ron Cunningham (CARMEN)
Septime Webre (JUANITA Y ALICIA)

MUSIC
Maurice Ravel (BOLERO)
Georges Bizet / Rodian Shchedrin (CARMEN)
The Amistad Cubana Band, live (JUANITA Y ALICIA)

VENUE
THE BALBOA THEATRE
Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego, California


SEASON SPONSORS
SD COMMISSSION For Arts & Culture
CALIFORNIA Arts Council
COUNTY of SAN DIEGO
SAN DIEGO THEATERS
THE HERMANN Foundation
THE PARKER Foundation
RSVP Publications

PERFORMANCE SPONSORS
TROPICAL SAVOR Bar & Grill
THE HERMANN Foundation
BITE SIZED Bakery & Cafe

HAVANA NIGHTS LEAD SPONSOR
KEN PECUS, Realtor

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NOCHE LATINA - Images: Sam Zauscher

 
California Ballet launched its 2018-1019 season with a trio of sizzling, Latin-themed works...the sensual ‘Bolero’... ‘Carmen’ moving some to tears... ‘Juanita y Alicia’, a lively work accompanied by the Cuban band Amistad Cubana.
— Marcia Manna | Union Tribune