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Moving Contemporary Dance Tribute

October 29, 2010

Danza U, the University of Costa Rica’s contemporary dance group, performs “Dime dónde para encontrarte,” an original composition by Spanish choreographer Fernando Hurtado, Nov. 3 and 4 in San José’s National Theater. The show is a tribute to the university’s 70th anniversary. General admission costs ₡3,000 ($6) or ₡2,000 ($4) for students and seniors. Hurtado, who has worked extensively in Spain and Latin America, is in Costa Rica for two months working with Danza U and giving classes and conferences for the dance community. For information, visit Danza U’s Facebook page or call 2511-4595.

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