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Cultural and folk dances are considered to be unique with a sense of purity to them. Such dance performances are loved throughout the world and adored by culture lovers. The traditional Puerto Rican folkloric dances are no different as they are also loved by millions of Puerto Ricans as well as people from all over the world. Puerto Rican Folk Dances include Bomba, Plena, Danza, Polka, and much more. They are musical traditions that move people to dance.
The live music of the Kadencia orchestra and the dance performance by the dance company Tradición are the perfect elements that highlight the most important artistic manifestations of Puerto Rican culture. This show is an expression and social interaction of movement and music which gives you a vision of the feelings of the Puerto Rican people, and their culture. Kadencia is an orchestra dedicated to conserving and promoting Afro-Puerto Rican music.
Puerto Rican Characters and Associated Festivals & Holidays We proudly present a brief history of the Puerto Rican festivals and its characters. Most of the characters that will be mentioned are made available to you. These characters and their masks are an essential part of these activities that occur primarily in the coastal towns and are an integral part of Puerto Rican folklore since the first half of the 19th century.
A large number of participants have enrolled in these dance lessons and have claimed the lessons to have a life changing impact over their daily routines. Dancing has many health benefits for both mind and body. It’s good for your heart and helps with balance and coordination. It also relieves stress and makes you happy. Participants will gain the confidence to show off their newly acquired dance skills at social events and parties. No partner is needed.
My performance team is happy to showcase their skills from consistent training and hard work. Salsa Rueda de Casino is a fun, upbeat, high energy Cuban dance. It is a community danced in a circle as dancers follow a "caller", synchronizing their moves and switching partners at the caller's request. Audiences enjoy watching the spinning, turning, clapping and movements in unity. Rueda originated in Havana, Cuba in the late 1950s and continues to grow in popularity all over the world.
A major aspect that characterizes Mexico is the joy and colors of its typical dances. People from all around the world admire them, and love to see the dances in conjunction with good music, which is considered the pride of Mexican culture. The Mexican Folk dances, including Mexican Folk Jarocho, are considered to be an amazing dance option for your next event.