Great Cuban Ballerinas of the 60's, 70's and 80's-(VI)MISS ROSARIO SUAREZ-AKA "CHARIN"
Posted 20 December 2008 - 11:14 PM
Miss Rosario Suarez, Charin.
Charin belonged to a fine triangle of ballerinas who were known by the Cuban public as “The Three Graces”-(Charin, Amparo Brito and Ofelia Gonzalez). Miss Suarez gave to the Cuban company 26 years of talent and work and in 1970 won the Gold Medal in Varna. Charin is in my opinion, the greatest of all the dancers that came from the Cuban ballet. She was exquisite, dedicated, charismatic, with a very strong technique and always with a complete control of her body, while still being beautiful and feminine at the same time. Her performances were followed by the loyal crowd of her adoring fans, who usually would create riots in defense of her idol when others would dare to criticize her. She became famous for being extravagant and pyrotechnic, but her pyrotechnic tricks became her best and most exciting form of expression, especially because they were done with pure ART. Rosario Suarez always adhered to that premise. Her Black Swan was electrifying, and her Giselle a rare combination of masterful technique and superb interpretation. Miss Suarez used to attack the most demanding roles with such energy and force that the technical demands seemed like second nature to her.
It is horrible that she didn’t get the appropriate treatment that she deserved at CNB, and her talent was unfairly unrecognized, which made her defect in 1994 to US, where she danced for a while in her own Company/Ballet School, which she still directs.
In the Grand Pas from Paquita
As Odile, in SL, Miami
As Lissette, in La Fille Mal Gardee, Havana (1980)
Posted 26 November 2009 - 08:21 PM
Lissette's variation, in Nijinska/Hertel "La Fille Mal Gardee"
In a magistral interpretation of "La mort du cigne"
Don Quijote Pas de Deux Adagio with Lienz Chang
Posted 30 November 2009 - 10:47 AM
Posted 18 December 2009 - 10:14 PM
Her amazing Myrtha.
As Aurora in Sleeping Beauty-(warning: Andres Williams is not the partner she deserved here..
As Swanilda, in Coppelia
Posted 21 August 2010 - 08:38 PM
We'll be there to applaud you one more time, Charin.
Giselle and Albrecht's encounter. Act II.
Posted 06 October 2010 - 07:45 PM
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