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DUF 2021: BAJA CALIFORNIA I

DUF 2021: BAJA CALIFORNIA
Instructor: Maria Cerda
Cohort I – Grades 3-5 Int/Adv
Dance: Tres Con Todo

In this class students will be learning a Calabaceado dance from Baja California. Students will learn basic Calabaceado steps and combinations. Please have students wear tennis shoes first for warm-ups. Norte hat is suggested.

Lifelong Central Valley resident, Maestra Maria Cerda was born in Hanford, CA, and raised in Kettleman City, CA.  She currently resides in Clovis, CA.  She is a Maestra for Ballet Folklorico Sol del Valle, Aguilas de Oro de CWHS and Grupo Folklórico de Kastner Intermediate School.  She received her training with Grupo Folklorico Anahuac at Fresno City Community College. Maestra Maria Cerda lists surviving zoom teaching as one of her current achievements.  In addition to teaching folklorico, she is also a Graphic Designer, Zumba Instructor & Substitute Teacher. Her goal is to soon be able to do some traveling out of the country and to continue work on her Spanish teaching credential. She enjoys crafting, hanging out with family and friends, and watching movies with her husband.

 

DUF 2021: BAJA CALIFORNIA
Instructor: Maria Cerda
Section I – Grades 3-5 Int/Adv

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