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Maestro Spotlight: Francisco Salinas Morales

Born in the Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico, Maestro Salinas Morales was part of all the dance groups at the institutions he attended. After finishing high school, he became part of the Instituto de la Danza Mexicana in Acapulco, Guerrero. There, he became an investigator in the field of Folklorico for nine years until he finished his Bachelor’s in Danza Regional Mexicana, Regional Mexican Dance. To strengthen his passion, he then studied to obtain a...

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Maestra Spotlight: Teresa Velez

Originally from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Maestra Teresa Velez has participated in multiple groups around the state of Nuevo Leon including: Ballet Municipal de Nuevo Leon de Enrique Estrada in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Ballet Folklorico del Estado de Nuevo Leon de Jose I. Ibarra in Monterrey Nuevo Leon, Instituto de Investigacion y Difusion de la Danza de Mexico Delegacion Nuevo Leon, and Ballet Folklórico Nayapan de Patricia Guerrero in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. She has extended her...

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DJ Hex & “Latin Gold” at DUF 2016 ¡PACHANGA!

[caption id="attachment_28028" align="alignright" width="225"] Latin Gold at DUF 2016[/caption] Things That You Won't Want To Miss At DUF 2016:  #10 DUF 2016 ¡PACHANGA! . . . y pa’changos también! The annual DUF Pachanga will take place on Saturday, March 19 starting at 9pm at Esteban Torres High School Auditorium. Tickets are on sale online at www.danzantes.org/tienda but only until March 17. Get your reduced rate tickets before then OR pay more onsite . . ....

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Maestra Spotlight: Melissa Somoza

Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Maestra Melissa Somoza was first fascinated with Folklorico during her sophomore year in high school after attending a school performance. That is where she began her dance career as a Folklorico dancer, at Bravo Medical Magnet High School. Within a year of learning how to dance, Maestra Melissa became one of the group’s Folklorico instructors with an opportunity to teach her fellow classmates during her senior year...

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