28th Annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival
* Additional fees apply.
The last date listed for 28th Annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival was Saturday June 10, 2006 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Palace of Fine Arts Theatre
- Full Price:
- $49.50 - $59.50
- Our Price:
- SOLD OUT
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*Ensambles Ballet Folklorico de San Francisco
*The “Danza de los Negritos” from Veracruz, Mexico, danced in the Catholic Corpus Christi Fiesta
*Intricate South Indian bharatanatyam dance featuring rhythmic footwork and dedicated to Lord Rama
*Kariktan Dance Company
*_The Legend of Sarimanok_ from the Southern Philippines, danced with live music
*Argentine tango, as originated by impoverished immigrants in the 1880’s and adapted into Nuevo Tango in the late 20th century
*Hahbi’Ru Dance Ensemble
*A fiery Egyptian dance suite, showcasing traditional folkloric raqs sharki dance along with urban raqs baladi sensibilities
*Korean Youth Cultural Center
*_P’ungmul,_ a Korean folk dance from the pilbong tradition, now associated with student activism
*Chinese Performing Artists of America
*"Feng, Sui," a fan dance, integrating wind and water movements with Chinese martial arts influences
*Ballet Afsaneh Art & Culture Society
*_Safar-e Zamaan_ (Time’s Journey) – a unique blend of Kolyabi and Badakshani dance traditions from Tajikistan
*Intricate steps and vigorous kicks in a suite of rhythmic Greek dances from the island of Crete
*De Rompe y Raja
*A lively Afro-Peruvian festejo originating in the plantation fields of colonial Peru in the 18th century
*Graceful and poetic narrative interludes
About the Ticket Supplier: World Arts WestMission
The mission of World Arts West is to present and to promote ethnic and cultural diversity through the performance and teaching of world dance traditions.
World Arts West takes a leading role as a presenter of world dance producing festivals, performance series, educational programs, and commissions that honor and sustain traditional dance genres and the dancers who keep them alive. Access, education and advocacy are offered to world dance artists and cultural communities.