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    Discipline and knowledge about Mexican dances and traditions offered by the CMA Youth Folkloric Ballet Workshop

    Strengthening values such as discipline, responsibility, tolerance and respect for teamwork and preserving, maintaining and spreading our traditions, are some of the benefits provided by the Youth Folkloric Ballet Workshop of the Municipal Center of the Arts. The workshop is aimed at young people from 12 to 18 years of age who have developed a taste or interest in interpreting regional dances and expanding their knowledge of the dances, customs and traditions of Mexico. Erick Carrillo, coordinator of the CMA …

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    Folkloric dancers win the admiration of the public of El Recodo

    The joy, verve and colors of regional dance reached the union of El Recodo through the long-awaited performance of dancers from the Ballet Folklorico of the Instituto de Cultura de Mazatlán. A total of 18 dancers directed by maestro and choreographer Javier Arcadia and 12 members of the Youth Ballet directed by maestro Erik Carrillo, brought entertainment and fun to the inhabitants of this community located 27 kilometers southeast of Mazatlán. A cradle of musicians and saddle makers, El Recodo …

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    Magical night that transported us to our Origins!

    Strength, joy, vigor and respect for the traditions of our original peoples was the presentation that was lived on stage through “Origins” a folk dance show presented by the Instituto de Cultura de Mazatlan. The spectacular event presented on Saturday night at the Ángela Peralta Theater showed the cultures and traditions of different states of the Mexican Republic through dance and music to transport us to our Origins. The Folkloric Ballet of the Instituto de Cultura under the direction of …

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    CMA produces 34 professionals in different fields of the fine arts

    For the first time in the history of the Port, the impressive Angela Peralta Theater was the setting for the official culmination of six careers of the Municipal Arts Center, an academy that presented 34 Mazatlecan and Mexican professionals in different areas of the fine arts with the documentation in this end of classescourses. Marsol Quiñónez Castro, General Director of the Municipal Instituto de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán, headed the presidium table; was accompanied by Regidor Guadalupe Aguilar …

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    Plazuela Machado is filled with folklore

    With great dedication, charisma, dynamism and perfection the students of the Children and Youth Folkloric Ballet Workshop of the Municipal Center of the Arts presented their end of year performance. A large audience gathered at Plaza Machado to be part of this festival full of emotion, joy and music. Headed by Professor Francisco Navarro Briones, the children and young people showed their best steps, learned during a year in this workshop. The artists interspersed dance numbers with the representative Ballet …

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