By Elida Moreno
With a masterful presentation of Latin dances, the "Ballet Gran Jeté" the municipality of Quezaltepeque, in the Department of La Libertad in El Salvador won a place to participate in the “All Dance Intercontinental 2020”, which will take place next April in Rome, Italy.
The expert group of dancers in latin dance and classical ballet between 13 Y 18 years put up the name of El Salvador during the competition in which they were measured with a 200 youth groups over the Americas during the “All Dance Internacional” held in Panama City.
Their success reflects the efforts of young, parents and teachers who had to perform different activities from selling food and live presentations in your country to get resources and travel to Panama by land.
They also had the support of the organization "Friends Quetzaltecos" based in Los Angeles, and Mr. Giovanni Rauda I settled in San Francisco, all in California, U.S.
It was a titanic effort of months for these girls who now begin a new battle to fulfill the dream of traveling to Rome, where they can compete with young people from other continents putting the blue and white of the Salvadoran flag on top of youth dance.
President of the Association of Professionals and Entrepreneurs Salvadorians Abroad (Apes), David Hernandez said it is a pride for the country's excellent presentation of the young dancers of the Ballet Gran Jeté, not only because they put up the Salvadoran culture, but because they show the face of artistic values.
APESE had the opportunity to share with the dancers during an emotional "city tour" by the Panamanian capital where they visited some landmarks.