With a spectacular artistic gala in the Sala Mayor of the Rubén Darío National Theater, the seventh graduation of Classical Ballet students from the National Ballet School was held this Friday, November 11, in which 5 new professionals of this dance art graduated.
The young Estefani Espinoza, Marlen Baltodano, Celeste Rodríguez, Walter Jaén and Miguel Martínez, complied with the curriculum of the National Ballet School, directed by the teacher William Herrera of the National Institute of Culture, who developed the teaching methodology of the National Ballet School of Cuba.
This artistic discipline is studied in 2 modalities, in a long course with a duration of 8 to 9 years, which begins with children, and the short course that lasts 5 years and is the one in which these 5 young people graduate.
The graduation ceremony was attended by Mayor Reyna Rueda Alvarado, who expressed that this is the result of the effort made by the Sandinista Government to promote culture, with the clear commitment that families have healthy recreation and that artists have projection at the national level. National and international.
"We are proud, this is an inter-institutional effort, we have an agreement with different institutions to support and strengthen art and culture in its different disciplines, we have never seen so much support, we congratulate the young people and their families," said Rueda .
He also mentioned that the National Ballet School in Nicaragua was born in the 80s and closed during the period of the neoliberal governments due to lack of support and interest in art, but in this second stage of the Revolution it opens its doors again, to promote ballet, which conveys feelings with elegance and distinction.