The Latin Institute of Music renders new tribute to Alicia Alonso Cubaplus
"Alicia's Fantasy" is the new musical composition that the Latin Institute of Music (ILM) will premiere next November in homage to Prima Bellerina Assoluta, Alicia Alonso, who died two years ago.
The work, composed for violin and orchestra by Daniel Martin Subiaut, president of the ILM and the Batuta Prize Organization, is a sonata that goes through various movements and colors, and was inspired by the feelings that the author experienced when visualizing Alicia when she danced.
According to Martín Subiaut, Alicia's movements reflected acts of love, faith, courage, dedication, pain and infinite emotions.
The work, which will be premiered this year in Cuba, by the multi-award-winning Ecuadorian maestro Jorge Saade, with arrangements by outstanding Cuban musician, Oreste Saavedra, is a luxury gift for the birth centennial of the incomparable dancer.
Next year, the piece is expected to be carried by Saade on his world tour that will include venues such as the Royal Festival Hall in London, the Colón Theater in Buenos Aires, the Carnegie Hall in New York and the Sydney Opera House. in Australia.
Martín Subiaut finally considered that it would be wonderful if his work was danced by the National Ballet of Cuba.