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Maestros y Raíces
A series of master workshops by visiting teachers

We are excited to bring back some master dance teachers in 2024!


Part 1 of the series will be taught by Emilio Hernandez González from March 1-4.

 

Part 2 of the series will be taught by Danys"La Mora"Perez Prades from May 2-5.

 

More teachers and details coming soon.
Each session is $30. Pre-pay with PayPal below or pay at the door. Space is limited, so prior registration is recommended. No refunds. Email hola@cubacaribe.org with any questions. Thank you!

Part II

May 2-5, 2024 with La Mora

Dates and times subject to change.

THURSDAY, MAY 2

Afro-Cuban Folkloric
5:00-6:15pm


Class at:
BrasArte
1901 San Pablo Avenue

Berkeley, CA 94702

FRIDAY, MAY 3

Afro-Cuban Folkloric

6:30-8:00pm


Class at:

Zaccho Dance Theatre

1777 Yosemite Avenue

San Francisco, CA 94124

SATURDAY, MAY 4

Afro-Cuban Folkloric

10:00-11:30am

12:00-1:30pm

 

Class at:

Dance Mission

3316 24th Street

San Francisco, CA 94110

SUNDAY, MAY 5

Afro-Cuban Folkloric
3:30-5:00pm

 

Class at:

Mission Cultural Center

2868 Mission Street
​San Francisco, CA 94110

All 5-class pass
$135

Danys “La Mora” Perez

Originally from Santiago de Cuba, Danys “La Mora” Perez is an internationally renowned master of Afro-Cuban folkloric dance. Her special experise as dancer, teacher, dance ethnologis, and choreographer is the unique styles of her native region of the Oriente province of Eastern Cuba. Oriente attributes its rich cultural heritage to the infusion of Afro-Haitian influences to an already vibrant Afro-Cuban context. Perez began training at an early age with Afro-Cuban and Afro-Haitian dance ensembles. At 13, she was asked to join the renowned national folkloric ballet company, Cutumba, and tourned internationally with the company for 18 year. In 1994, she was evaluated and was granted the designation of primera bailarina and primera profesora byh the National Dance Commission in Cuba, and has taught out side of Cuba – in Italy, Spain, France, Canada, and the US.
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Part I

March 1-4, 2024 with Emilio Gonzalez

Ellegua, Ochun, Palo/Makuta, Oya, Yemaya, Oggun, Shango

Emilio Hernandez González

Emilio Hernandez González is a master dancer, choreographer and teacher born in Cuba. He was a dancer with Ibeyis de Merceditas Valdés, Bailarín de la Compañia Pinos Nuevos, a soloist with Ballet Folklorico Orisha Oko and dancer and choreographer with the famous Havana Folkloric dance company, Raices Profundas. He received the Ramiro Guerra 2016 prize for the best interpretacion of Folkoric dance and the prize of the Nacional de Coreografía de la Union Nacional de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba (UNEAC) 2019. He has also been a judge and teacher in International festivals in Ecuador, Chile, México, France and the United States. He recently immigtated to Miami from Havana, Cuba and is teaching Afro-Cuban Folklore.
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