Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba coming to Kelowna

The show Cuba Vibra! makes one of its 17 stops in Kelowna Mar. 12

After a successful Canadian tour in 2015, Cuban troupe Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba will return to Canadian cities with 17 stops in Quebec, Ontario, B.C., and Alberta.

The show’s choreographer Lizt Alfonso was recently selected in 2018 by the BBC as one of the 100 most inspiring and influential women in the world, and the first Cuban woman to receive the honour.

The upcoming show, Cuba Vibra!, makes it’s stop in Kelowna Mar. 14, with an additional show in Vernon Mar. 15.

With 17 dances and eight musicians, the show is set to transport the audience through the beloved and exotic scenes of Cuba.

More information can be found on the Lizt Alfonso website.

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