For listening and dancing - from concert halls to plazas and parks, restaurants, clubs and street corners, there is music everywhere - classical, jazz, regae, salsa and “Son”.
You will meet Cubans wherever you go to hear music and in Cuba wherever there’s music, there is inevitably dancing! And by dancing, we mean ballet or flamenco, salsa or rumba or any other style you wish. Cuba has it all including performances at Havana’s Garcia Lorca Theatre by the National Ballet of Cuba established by one of the great ballerinas of the 20th century, Alicia Alonso, former principal dance at the American Ballet Theatre. Contemporary dance groups also perform regularly at the National Theater.