Cuban dance and music show
Music is boundless, music is universal. This is the credo of Cuban dancer and singer Cecilia Aguero Boza. With her new program Origines, she now makes her first guest appearance on our stage. She dances, sings and presents the different styles of Cuban music from Cha Cha Cha to Bolero and Rumba.
Music as a mouthpiece of Cuban history
In her new program Origines (My Origin), Cecilia Aguero Boza artistically tells the story of Cuban musical styles such as areito, son, danzon, cha cha cha, conga, rumba, salsa and bolero. For her, this music is a mouthpiece of Cuban history and closely linked to the period of colonization. Their dance choreography embodies the struggle for freedom and the right to own land and property. After the abolition of slavery, the dance transforms, becomes more joyful and denotes a new era of freedom.
The greatest hits since 1940
In the second part of the evening, the artist takes the audience on a journey through the music of the 1940s to current Cuban hits. She sings the best songs by Rita Montaner, Trio Matamoros, Benny More, Buena Vista Social Club, Celia Cruz, Gloria Estefan and many more and invites you to dance along. Immerse yourself in a Cuban party!
Cecilia Aguero Boza
Cecilia Aguero Boza was born in Camagüey and grew up in Havana. She studied production and direction, as well as dance and singing, specializing in traditional Afro-Cuban dances. She then performed in numerous national theaters such as the Gran Cabaret Tropicana and was hired for TV productions and musicals. Since 2004 the artist lives in Germany and dances from here the stages of the world.