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The King of Carnaval Mazatlan 2023, says goodbye to the crown this Thursday

Full of choreographic elements and with an exhortation to think about the meaning of eclipses for our ancestors, the Teodoro Mariscal stadium was illuminated to project beautiful flashes of art during the coronation of Héctor II, King of Joy of Carnaval Internacional Mazatlán 2024.
That night’s artistic cast made up of exponents of folk dance, brought to the stage the emotional interpretations derived from the eclipse.
In what represented a challenge for the stage space, the dancers presented a show that fused pre-Hispanic and modern dance with classical, techno and contemporary music.
The stage show produced by the Instituto de Cultura de Mazatlán addressed, through the language of dance, the theme of the eclipse, a very Mexican eclipse dedicated to the Mayan culture where each movement worshiped the sun and the moon; The second half offered a spectacular ballroom dance dedicated to the Baroque period to conclude with the contagious joy of Carnavals, especially that of Brazil, to the rhythm of the Brazilian batucada.
The choreographies were carried out by the Folkloric Ballet and the Youth Folkloric Ballet of the Instituto Municipal de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán, directed by Javier Arcadia Ruiz and José Eric Carrillo Salas; the Mazahuatl Folkloric Ballet of CBTIS 51 with its director Blanca Gabriela Ibarra García and the 8 Tiempos de Concordia Academy, directed by José Garzón.
Minutes before the coronation of H.M. Héctor II, Víctor III, King of Carnaval Internacional Mazatlán 2023 had his last catwalk to say goodbye to his reign in which he distinguished himself for his formality and seriousness in his attendance at national events representing Mazatlán.
Héctor Limón received the royal attributes from the hands of Carolina Ruelas, Queen-elect of Carnaval Internacional Mazatlán 2023. Since he appeared on the catwalk aboard a very ornate and lavish rolling allegory in the style of baroque art, the King of Joy, Héctor Limón dazzled the public with a very luxurious and tight royal costume, designed and made by Luis Antonio Ríos “Momo”, inspired by Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra.
YE. Héctor II was accompanied by his entourage made up of the Royal Prince, Benjamín López; the Marquis, Víctor Manuel and the Duke, Germán Orozco, who wore lavish suits also designed and made by Luis Antonio Ríos.
At the end of the coronation, a fireworks show amazed the public and visibly moved the new King of Carnaval Internacional de Mazatlán, Héctor II, whose unique joy, energy, vitality, gratitude and charisma make him a sovereign who eclipses and illuminates that sorrow. and dark human called sadness.
At the end of the coronation, the party continued in the stadium with a concert by Julión Álvarez and Alfredo Olivas.

Éste artículo fue publicado en Press. .

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