Tuesday, June 5, 2012

ConDanza Waltzes Its Way on to the Tucson Dance Scene

Posted By on Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 10:00 AM

Cesar Rubio speaks to the audience with his dance troupe behind him during ConDanza's first show.
  • Keith Perfetti
  • Cesar Rubio speaks to the audience with his dance troupe behind him during ConDanza's first show.

Tucson has a number of dance companies and ConDanza has just opened a studio downtown. ConDanza is a contemporary ballet group, that was started by Cesar Rubio in 2010, formerly of the University of Arizona Danhttp://dance.arizona.edu/ce Department. While their first official show is not set until the seventh of June, they held their first informal show opening their new studio next to Borderlands Brewery.

ConDanza dancer
  • Keith Perfetti
  • David Maurice performs a solo during ConDanza's inaugural performance.

Keith PerfettiConDanzas dancers perform to a crowd of mostly friends and family.

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