Magazine article The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education

Esquina Editorial

Magazine article The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education

Esquina Editorial

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Welcome to our annual Arts Issue - our look at some of the people, institutions and organizations toiling passionately and successfully in the service of culture.

In arts news, Angel Corella, 36, recently gave his last performance with American Ballet Theatre, which he joined in 1995 as a "cherub-faced 19-year-old." By the next year, he was named a principal dancer. In both his first and last performances in that role, his partner was Paloma Herrera of Argentina. Corella, described by Roslyn Sulcas in The New York Times as "full of fire and bravura, a dancer whose technical feats and intense presence can make audiences leap to their feet with delight," is returning to the Barcelona Ballet, which he founded four years ago.

Visitors to the Museum of Modern Art in early July got to hear the New York premiere of Concierto de Camera, a contemporary classical piece by Puerto Rico-born Roberto Sierra, performed by the New Juilliard Ensemble. …

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