New World Dance Ensemble presents vibrant program at Aventura Arts & Cultural Center

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NWSA Dance Repertory Ensemble preforming AsukaMiami--- New World School of the Arts dancers take Aventura by storm as the NWSA Repertory Dance Ensemble offers a dynamic program of dance. With recognized choreography byworld-renowned artists, the NWSA college and high school dancers promise a captivating evening of sound and movement.
 
The New World Dance Ensemble Concert takes place on Wednesday, November 4; 8:00 PM. Aventura Arts & Cultural Center. 3385 NE 188 Street, Aventura. General admission is $12. Tickets available at http://www.aventuracenter.org  
 
Eduardo Vilaro’s Asuka, a moving work set to the music of the iconic Cuban singer Celia Cruz, offers tribute and celebration of her life and career, while Follies by choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller is a crisp, witty series of dramatic vignettes. Choreographed by Robert Battle, Artistic Director of the Alvin Ailey Dance Company, the high energy Battlefield features driving rhythms paired with maximum intensity primal dance movements. NWSA choreographers will also present their work including Stages by Lara Murphy and Sunshine State by Gerard Ebitz. The evening of dance culminates with a beautiful Arabian duet from the upcoming Thomas Armour Youth Ballet/NWSA production of The Nutcracker.
 
One of the country's leading conservatories of dance, New World School of the Arts Dance Division is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Dance.  It has attained national recognition for the exceptionally high technical and artistic level of its dance students, its distinguished professional faculty, the excellent dance curricula, the division’s productive relationship with many local ballet and modern dance companies, the multi-cultural nature of the faculty and student body and the excellent facilities provided for dance. New World School of the Arts was created by the Florida Legislature as a center of excellence in the performing and visual arts, and it is an educational partnership of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Miami Dade College and the University of Florida.
 
For information about New World School of the Arts’ Dance program 305-237-3341 or visit http://www.nwsa.mdc.edu.  
 
Photo by Juan E. Cabrera. NWSA College dancers Elizabeth Arencibia and Leon Cobb in ASUKA, by Eduardo Vilaro