Grand Opening of the 35th San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival
Our Festival opens with two grand historical dance performances:
Ballet Folklórico Netzahualcoyotl -
Don’t miss this colorful, percussive dance from Zacatecas, Mexico, which has both Spanish and indigenous Nahuatl origins. This processional piece, performed to honor the Virgin of Guadalupe, features dancers in magnificent hats, spinning in lines, and marking time with clapping sandals, clicking beads, and gourd rattles.
Fogo Na Roupa Performing Company -
In full euphoria and full regalia, San… Show more
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No other region has as diverse a dance community as the San Francisco Bay Area, and no place else will you see the most colorful, dynamic and energetic dance being sustained by these diverse communities on one stage.
The Huichol are an important Indian group related to the Aztecs who live in the rugged and remote Sierra Madres in the state of Nayarit on the Pacific coast of Mexico. As their name means "healer, or prophet," the Huichol have a strong reverence to nature, place and the elements in the world around them....
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