“I am inspired every day by the joys and struggles not only of Haitian people, but of people around the world. Through dance I am able to express great passion and emotion and connect with audiences on a deep level. I am thrilled to premiere two new dances,Rasanble andRanmase, at the 4th Annual Flavors and Colors of Haiti on December 11 at the Rialto Center for the Arts in Atlanta.” ― Jeanguy Saintus
What better way to acknowledge Haiti’s vibrant history than to celebrate with what they are known for: culture. And by culture I mean art. And by art I specifically mean dance. I’ve spoken highly of the efforts to rebuild Haiti into the country that it was always destined to be; a country with history so rich and deeply rooted in all things creative and artistic.