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ANSOC

A Celebration of Cuban Folk Dance (Cuba) Presented in Global Movement: The World of Deaf Dance ANSOC dancers present traditional dance and rhythms in an exciting performance that shows the heart and soul of the Cuban people. Combining Cuban folklore and Afro-Haitian traditions, ANSOC presents the dances and songs of Ibo, Nago, Haitian Merengue, Bodu, Anglófona, Panima, Lingo Dances, Raice and Pice. Their performance presents the roots of Cuban folklore, art and religion. Even though the form is regional the message is universal. The National Association of Deaf People of Cuba (ANSOC) is a non-profit, non-governmental, organization founded in l978 in Havana, Cuba.

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DEAF WAY II 7/13/02: DEAF WAY II

Dance Night features some of the world’s most talented deaf dancers and choreographers – My Dream from China, ANSOC from Cuba, and the multi-national, Pentimento.

DEAF WAY II

Dance Night features some of the world’s most talented deaf dancers and choreographers – My Dream from China, ANSOC from Cuba, and the multi-national, Pentimento.

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