This collection contains photographs, reviews, publicity announcements, programs, magazines and a poster documenting the career
of Flamenco and regional classical dancer Alberto Salicru and several of his partners.
Alberto Salicru, a well-known flamenco and regional classical Spanish dancer, was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1929. He was responsible
for introducing numerous innovations into classical Spanish dance, including the successful combination of jazz and flamenco
when he first performed in Mexico City. He also debuted a Jota, a Spanish folk dance, danced in a classical style while performing
in Los Angeles. Salicru appeared on television and in a number of movies with his fast-paced footwork. He died July 2, 2000.
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