Carreño said he will continue his dancing career and hopes to do some choreography and to create a work of his own.
The artist, who joined the ABT 15 years ago, said it is a great opportunity to be in
“The Cuban people are connoisseurs and a very emotional audience, something all artists appreciate and that’s why I told the ABT that I want to do something different now and dance in pieces that have never been seen here before”, he said.
Carreño added that after he finishes his contract with the American company he would like to perform in a piece by Eduardo Veitía, principal dancer, choreographer, professor, artistic and general director of the Spanish Ballet Company of
He also plans to accept an invitation from the director of the Ballet of Uruguay, Julio Bocca, to dance in