Sat, Jun 10, 8:00 PM
Duration: 60 mins with intermission
Location: 2781 24th St, SF, CA, 94110
Venue: BRAVA Theater.
A vibrant production full of rhythm and color that manifests the customs of the indigenous people of México.
It is an evening of Mexican sones, a traditional musical style with origins in Spanish, African and Indigenous rhythms. Accompanied by dances from across many different regions of Mexico.
Ensambles Ballet Folklórico de San Francisco presenta Sones y Tradiciones, una producción vibrante llena de ritmo y color que manifiesta las costumbres de los pueblos indígenas de México. Ven a disfrutar de una velada llena de sones mexicanos, un estilo musical tradicional con orígenes en ritmos españoles, africanos e indígenas y danzas que te llevarán por diferentes regiones de México.
Ensambles Ballet Folklórico de San Francisco.
The two men met in México, as dancers, but eventually Pacheco moved to San Francisco, where he continued dancing.
Years later, it would be Pacheco who would inspire and motivate Barrón to also move to San Francisco in order to pursue their shared dream of forming their own dance company. What began as a gathering of a few dancers has now grown to three generations of dancers and over hundreds of individuals that have been touched and inspired by the artistic vision of Zenón Barrón. Together, Barrón and the company have brought to life the magnificent world of dance and music that this city is known for. Ensambles is a unique dance ensemble made up of a diverse group of talented dancers who vary in levels of experience, age, ethnicity, and professions. Ensambles is comprised of 35 dancers from different dance backgrounds, and ethnicities.
Many started with the Ensambles Dance Academy and transitioned to dancing with the company in their early teen years while others have danced with Ensambles for over 20 years. Ranging from high school students, and adults with little dance experience, to seasoned dance professionals. All are committed to the continuation of one of the richest manifestations of tradition and culture in México—folkloric dance.
Audience members and participants are encouraged to wear a mask to protect against COVID-19. We ask people who have a temperature or feel unwell to not attend.