Mexican Folklore History in Music

Dancers take on personalities of animals (in this case an iguana) and use other objects dominantly used in their region's culture during their dances.
Men, women, children, even the elderly take part of the celebrations.

The Culture is presented professionally in theaters or during festivities and school performances, but one thing is for sure; within each interpretation, a story is being told.

Past, present, and future in one.


Created with images by Helldini - "Folklorico girls" • AanikaP - "IMG_3266" • jorgemejia - "IMG_9615" • Larry1732 - "Las Golondrinas" • cliff1066™ - "Los Quetzales" • jorgemejia - "Ballet Folklórico Nicaragüense_9450w" • jorgemejia - "Ballet Folklórico Nicaragüense_9717w"

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