Ballet Folklórico de México
OnStage Student Field Trip
Tue, Nov 6
Overture Hall: $8 - $9
Series funder American Girl’s Fund for Children with additional support from the DeAtley Family Foundation, Kuehn Family Foundation, A. Paul Jones Charitable Trust, Promega Corporation, Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts, Wahlin Foundation, Nancy E. Barklage & Teresa J. Welch and bycontributions to Overture Center for the Arts. Help make the arts accessible for all at overture.org/support.
This OnStage show is sold out. We recommend checking out Soweto Gospel Choir.
Note: This event is an Overture OnStage educational field trip performance for students. Questions? Email us.
Internationally-renowned Ballet Folklórico de México dances into Overture with ballet works and music that represent the traditional culture of Mexico. With colorful costumes, precise choreography and soaring music, the 2018 tour reflects Mexican folklore from pre-Colombian civilizations to the modern era. Founded in the ‘50s by dancer and choreographer Amalia Hernandez, the magical presentations by multiple persons that also are part history lesson, continue to entertain and inspire audiences across the world.
- Curriculum Connections: Arts, Social Studies, Social Emotional
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