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Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts takes you on a tour with Ballet Folklórico de México, March 5 and 6 March


In 1952, Amalia Hernández, dancer and choreographer, founded the Ballet Folklórico of México, having embarked, at a very early age, on a never-ending quest to rescue the dancing traditions of México. In 1954, Amalia started a series of presentations that credited her as the Cultural Representative of México to the world at large.


According to promoters, “The present time fades before your eyes and thus commences our journey through the past. The Lords of Heaven and Earth come back to life, the Jaguars, the Gods born of human flesh, thirty different cultures that blossomed in centuries once, leaving behind a trail of color in which Amalia Hernández was inspired to create the Ballet Folklórico of México.”


International success has been achieved during the first tours and has been maintained through the fifty years of incessant artistic endeavors. Starting from the sixties, Amalia Hernández and the Ballet Folklórico of México have developed the choreographies for 40 ballets, composed of 76 folk dancers.


The music, technical perfection, sophisticated wardrobe and original choreographies, create this singular character of the Ballet. Amalia Hernández and the Ballet Folklórico of México have been distinguished with more than 200 awards in recognition to their artistic merits.


The Ballet was initiated by performing a weekly program on television, sponsored by the Mexican government. Since the year of 1959 it is being permanently presented at the Palace of Fine Arts, foremost stage for Art México City.


Tickets are  $50  $40 and $30  ($3 Preservation Fee included)  and available at Music Hall Box Office or ticketmaster.com  Call 313 887-8500


On the Internet:  www.balletamalia.com/

YouTube-  www.youtube.com/watch?v=-W4OrEyHw58




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