Save the date! Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company is collaborating with Dancers and Musicians in a night to remember. Live music, 65+ dancers and musicians. It is something you will not want to miss. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Hope to see you there.
Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company of Arizona
Director: Daniel Martinez
Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company of Northwest Indiana
Director: Marissela Villanueva Lynch
Come and join us February 11th from 9:00am to 1:00pm for a Breakfast and Yard Sale at the YWCA. All proceeds go to Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company.
Tickets for adults are $10.00, Kids are $5.00
This past Sunday Fiesta Mexicana had the wonderful opportunity to collaborate with Carmela y Más at the Musical Instrument Museum. The production was an anthology of Latin Salsa and Latin Caribbean Music. We took a musical journey of Afro-Cuban and Latin-Caribbean music to the Americas. Thank you to our guests to James Garcia, Bella-Denise (Bella Q Dance Studio), Laura and Leo from Arazando Dance Co, also thank you to Carmela Ramirez for having us be apart of such an incredible project! Last but definitely not least thank you to our amazing Director Daniel Martinez, you are the best!
We are having a fundraiser today from 5pm to 9pm at the Chipotle on 59th and Northern to raise money for costumes and accessories for our dancers. Come treat your family and to a giant burrito for a great cause. Make sure to tell the cashier you’re there to support our company. Hope to see you all there!
Fiesta Mexicana is currently accepting new dancers ages 5+ for the 2017 year.
We would love to have you
If you have any questions give us a call or come down to our studio Mon-Thurs 6:00pm-8:00pm
8561 N. 61st
Glendale, AZ 85302
Hey Fiesta Mexicana Fans GOOD NEWS we are now on Twitter @FMDC_DEFAP and Instagram @fiestamexicanadanceco. Feel free to follow and like us. Don’t forget to check out our Facebook page also @FMDCDEFAP.
Guadalajara: “Jarabe Tapatio,” also known as “The Mexican Hat Dance,” is considered to be the national dance of Mexico. The moves reflect a courting story as a man tries to win the affection of the woman he loves.