Elegant & Beautiful, Mexico en el Corazon Dazzles at Boettcher Concert Hall

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Photos and Info. courtesy; Mexican Cultural Center – Denver

Mexico en el Corazon_9Non traditionally traditional dance and dress were a pleasant surprise at the Mexico en el Corazon Concert. Elegance and beauty reigned throughout the two hour performance at the Boettcher concert hall at the Denver Center for Performing Arts complex August 22nd.

Prior to performance awards were presented to some of the organizations that supported and make the concert possible Along with recognition to Museo de las Americas, the Colorado Symphony and Denver Arts Venues for their support.

People in the photo from left to right: Rob Borland, Chief Marketing Officer de Denver Health Ambassador Berenice Rendon, Consul General of Mexico in Denver Ana Valles, Executive Director of the Mexican Cultural Center David Campos, Executive Director of Alliance Sports Association Sergio Suarez, Director, President of NAIMA Julio Martinez, Master of Ceremonies

Awardees in the photo from left to right:
Rob Borland, Chief Marketing Officer de Denver Health
Ambassador Berenice Rendon, Consul General of Mexico in Denver
Ana Valles, Executive Director of the Mexican Cultural Center
David Campos, Executive Director of Alliance Sports Association
Sergio Suarez, Director, President of NAIMA
Julio Martinez, Master of Ceremonies. Photo: Latin Life Denver Media

“Mexico en el Corazon” is an initiative of NAIMA that every year with great success brings from Mexico to the Mexican, Mexican-American community and the American public in general, a show of great quality which presents the most representative of music, dance and songs of our folklore.

Mexico en el Corazon_5The diffusion of these artistic expressions allows a closer approach to our traditions, while reinforcing in the general community the recognition of the great contribution and presence of our art and culture in the United States.
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This year, thanks to a new collaboration of NAIMA, the Government of Guadalajara and CONFEDEJAL, and the support of social organizations and local governments, the Guadalajara Folkloric Ballet traveled about 11,500 kilometers in 30 days, visiting 10 states and provinces of the United States and for the first time, Canada.

Here are the cities they visited and will visit: Tell your friends in those areas

Las Vegas, NV – 08 Agosto

Los Angeles, CA – 09 Agosto

Watsonville, CA – 10 Agosto

San Francisco, CA – 11 Agosto

Seattle, WA – 14 Agosto

Vancouver, BC – 15 Agosto

Denver, CO – 21 Agosto

Grand Island, NE – 23 Agosto

Chicago, IL – 27 Agosto

Evanston, IL – 29 Agosto

Lansing, IL – 31 Agosto

Elgin, IL – 1 Septiembre

Melrose Park, IL – 1 Septiembre

Lafayette, IN – 3 Septiembre

Nashville, TN – 8 Septiembre

Dallas, TX – 12 Septiembre

Houston, TX – 13 Septiembre