Maestra Spotlight - Sara Moguel - Danzantes Unidos®
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Maestra Spotlight – Sara Moguel

Sara Moguel was born in Villaflores, Chiapas and moved to California in 1992. She graduated with a Master degree in the Arts of Teaching in 2011. Sara Moguel has been dancing with Ballet Folklorico Aztlan de CSUN for over 12 years. BFA de CSUN instilled in her the love for Mexican folklorico dance. She has been teaching folklorico for six years in Ventura County and is now the director of her own group, Ballet Folklorico Cielito Lindo de Simi Valley. Sara teaches ages three to adults. In a relentless endeavor to perfect her dancing skills and apply it to her students, Sara Moguel continues to further her skills taking ballet class and studying Aztec dance.

At DUF 2017

5th Grade: Chiapas, Michoacan, Tamaulipas (beg/int)

Maestra Sara Moguel will be teaching danzas and jarabes from the states of Chiapas, Tamaulipas, and Michoacán.

*Chiapas: PALENQUE/ danza with simple but rhythmic steps. Its rhythm is executed by the marimba.(Region Selva de Chiapas)

*Michoacán: JARABE MICHOACANO/jarabe. A long dance that symbolizes life, fiesta, and courtship. (Region Tarasco)

*Tamaulipas: PICOTAS/danza that features jump, leap, and swirl accompanied by the rhythm of the clarinet and drum. (Region centro)

 

Note: bring a practice skirt and huaraches. All dances are executed with huaraches.

DUF 2017 “Alma Indigena” will take place on April 7, 8 & 9 in Fresno, CA.

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