GUADALUPE ACADEMY CLASSES ONLINE
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The Guadalupe Traditional Music Academy encompasses the history, artistic practice, musical theory and cultural impact of traditional styles such as Mariachi, Huasteco, Trio, and the Texas-based genre of Conjunto through 8 mariachi classes lead by Maestros of Mariachi Azteca de América (novice/intermediate/advanced) in an effort to mentor generations of ambassadors for the traditional musical genres of our culture. ¡Sigue la tradicion!
Students learn basics of flamenco dance including rhythms, footwork, and armwork. Intermediate level classes progress to more challenging technique and choreography. Students develop coordination, stamina, posture, grace and discipline and will be introduced to different regions in traditional Mexican Folklorico dance. All classes are subject to change.
Grupo Animo is the free resident youth theatre company of the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center. Under the guidance and mentorship of a professional teaching artist and director, company members will learn about the history of Latino & multi-cultural American Theatre, develop skills in all disciplines of stage performance as well as playwriting and technical theatre, and produce a final theatrical production in the Guadalupe Theater. Because of the current pandemic, we are currently having Grupo Animo online. Click below for more information!
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We thank all of you who attended are in-person Celebrando Tradiciones performances at the Guadalupe Theater before Covid-19 changed our world.
You can still catch highlights of past performances featuring the Guadalupe Dance Company accompanied by Mariachi Azteca de América presenting dances and songs from diverse regions of México each month through our emails. Thank you for your continued support.
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IN HONOR OF AHMAUD ARBERY, BREONNA TAYLOR, GEORGE FLOYD, AND COUNTLESS OTHERS
Since our founding in 1980, we have given voice to the unheard, have been a space for those who have been kept out, and have celebrated the differences of those whose differences have been disparaged.
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Galería Hours: Due to the current Covid-19 situation, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center office and Galería are temporarily closed. Stay safe.
Want to schedule a walk-thru tour of our current exhibit? Have an questions? Please reach out to the Director of Programs, Jorge Piña: email@example.com
Thank you for your interest!