domingo, 15 de abril de 2012
Uruguayos En Manhattan La bellísima baliarina del American Ballet Theater, la uruguaya María Riccetto ha conquistado el corazón del público neoyorquino. =================================================== A native of Montevideo, Uruguay, Maria Riccetto began her ballet studies in 1990 at the Uruguay National Ballet School. In 1995, she was hired as a professional dancer by the national ballet company, S.O.D.R.E, where she danced pieces by Rodolfo Lastra, Ivan Tenorio and Jaime Pintos, among others. In 1998, Riccetto was named "Revelation of the Year" by Washington Roldan, a well-known dance critic in Uruguay, and she received the Elena Smirnova Prize, awarded by Argentine ballet reviewer Enrique Honorio Destaville. Also in 1998, Riccetto received a full scholarship at the North Carolina School of the Arts, where she danced in Grand Pas Romantique, choreographed and staged by Fernando Bujones and Intermezzo, choreographed by Eliot Feld, as well as the roles of the Sugar Plum Fairy and the Snow Queen in the School‰s production of The Nutcracker. This production was later performed by the Hungarian National Academy and, in 1999, Riccetto was invited to reprise her role as the Sugar Plum Fairy in Budapest at the Academy‰s gala, dancing with Hungarian National Ballet Soloist Gabor Szigeti. She performed as a guest artist at the National Ballet School of Uruguay‰s 25th Anniversary Gala and was invited by the First Lady of Uruguay to dance in Montevideo and Punta Del Este. Riccetto joined American Ballet Theatre‰s Corps de Ballet in August of 1999. Her repertory with the Company includes Gulnare and an Odalisque in Le Corsaire, Amour and a flower girl in Don Quixote, Olga in Onegin, the peasant pas de deux in Giselle, Clara in The Nutcracker, Princess Florine in The Sleeping Beauty, the pas de trios and the Italian Princess in Swan Lake, the Greedy One in Three Virgins and a Devil and leading roles in Symphonic Variations, Within You Without You: A Tribute to George Harrison and Without Words, as well as roles in La Bayadère, Cinderella and The Merry Widow. Riccetto created a featured role in HereAfter. Riccetto was promoted to Soloist in August 2002. Ms. Riccetto's performances with American Ballet Theatre are sponsored by Margaret, Peggy and Lewis Ranieri. TBO José Esteves Viernes Foto del debut de Tacuarembó FC en el año 1999 ante Liverpool en Belvedere. Fue empate 0 a 0. — con Eber Da Rosa Vazquez, Eduardo Dutra da Silveira, Amer Yacks, RadioComunitaria Centro Tacuarembo, Roberto Ariel Garcia Sanguinetti, Gonzalo Dutra da Silveira, Fernando Saralegui, Wilson Aparicio Ezquerra y Carlos Benavides. Ya no me gusta · · Compartir A ti, San Gregorio de Polanco y otras 17 personas más os gusta esto.