The past the Ondara Auditorium hosted the "IX Charity Gala Dance"organized by the Salomé Rodríguez de Xàbia Studio. An event in which many people collaborated to make everything happen spectacularly.
On stage the group Xàbia percussion, It tom'n'gó, together with the students of Salomé Rodríguez, fused a musical piece and a Tribal Dance of African rhythms, which raised the applause of the numerous audience. Highlight the dancers Laura Marín and Maeva Perelló who performed some very remarkable performances playing two choreographies full of plasticity. The group of students of the CP Santissim Crist de Gata led by Naim Elmeslouhi managed to dazzle all attendees.
Must mean that collaborated directly in this Gala, Rosa Mª García, stylist did a great job of makeup artists. The organization also appreciates the collaboration of artists like Tomás Sivera, Juan Antonio Caravaca and Toni Marí sculptor.
Attendees enjoyed a wonderful Gala Dance "solidarity", Full of great choreographies of classical ballet, modern dance, contemporary and hip / hop.
The dance show was directed by the teacher and choreographer Salome Rodríguez did a great job with their students which allowed the two hundred people attending saliesen excited about what they saw on stage.
The main objective of the Gala was to raise funds for the victims of the earthquake in Ecuador that took place last April. A proposal that came from the initiative of the students of the school, who wanted to join with the most fragile in this beautiful gesture. The students and professors of the Salomé Rodríguez Dance Studio once again fulfilled their dream: to do what they like best on stage for a good cause.
The organization of the gala thanked the municipality of Ondara all the facilities provided for the use of its municipal auditorium.