In their ninth season of free monthly dance performances in San Francisco City Hall’s extraordinary Rotunda, Dancers’ Group and World Arts West continue their partnership to bring audiences lunchtime glimpses into movement and musical traditions from around the world.
This March, there will be a performance by Ballet Folklórico México Danza, a Hayward-based dance company that presents the beautiful cultural heritage of Mexico through folkloric dance and live instrumentation. México Danza has been a proud member of the Bay Area dance community that's dedicated to presenting the beautiful, cultural heritage of Mexico through folkloric dance. https://www.mexicodanza.com
The Rotunda Dance Series brings many of the Bay Area’s most celebrated dance companies to San Francisco City Hall for free monthly noon-time performances and is presented by Dancers’ Group and World Arts West, in partnership with Grants for the Arts and SF City Hall.
The 2019 Rotunda Dance Series will continue as well into April on the 5th at 12noon.
About Ballet Folklórico México Danza (mexicodanza.com)
Based in Hayward, Ballet Folklórico México Danza was founded by René González, with collaboration from Martín Romero of Mexico City. González and Romero each have over 30 years of dance experience at national and international levels. The group’s original purpose was to serve as an after-school program to keep children from drug use and gang activities. Today, México Danza continues to be a safe space for children to develop a love of dance and learn about their heritage, and have grown to include individuals of all ages and nationalities from diverse Bay Area communities.
Photo by Jamie Lyons