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1998 Hispanic Charity Ball, 2002 San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival Auditions
Los Lupeños de San José
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Hispanic Charity Ball, Fairmont Hotel in San José, "Back to the future with a Latin touch" Choreographers and Directors: Mandy Klassen, María de la Rosa, Gerargo Silva. SF Ethnic Dance Festival auditions, 2002. McKenna Theater SF Artistic Director and Choreographer (for Bruja and Cascabel) María de la Rosa. San José Marachi Festival 1999, CPA, Guest Director: Maria de la Rosa. Los Lupeños de San José was co-founded (and initially directed) by Susan Cashion and Ramón Morones in 1969 as Los Lupeños Dancers. Originally beginning as a study and performance group of Mexican dance and culture under the guidance of Daniel Galan, Consul General of Mexico in San José, and assisted by Guadalupe Suarez, a local civic leader in Mexican affairs, Los Lupenos de San José also branched out to engage in community outreach and opened a school called Escuela de Danza y Cultura (School of Dance and Culture).
moving image
Dance films
Folk music
1 Tape of 1
Folk dancing, Mexican
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