Cathy Cameron-Suchy and Bartolo Armenteros perform a dance together.

Dancing, it’s good for the heart and soul

Cuban dancer Bartolo Armenteros put on his first big show at the Revelstoke Community Centre last Tuesday, Dec. 13.



Cuban dancer Bartolo Armenteros, who’s been giving dance lessons since he moved to Revelstoke, put on his first big show at the Revelstoke Community Centre last Tuesday, Dec. 13.

The night, Dance of the Heart and Soul, was a mix of dance and music. Armenteros did a stellar solo performance and also teamed up with several ladies for a dance.

The night also featured a group dance by several children (bottom), two songs by Hailey Christie-Hoyle, and a group performance by Armenteros and his adult class.

This was the first show Armenteros put on in Revelstoke. After the show Armenteros said he would start working on another one for the summer.

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