Description

Calpulli Mexican Dance Company's repertoire is a rich tapestry of the dynamic and multifaceted influences on Mexican history and culture. Hispanic, indigenous and era-based works comprise a repertoire developed over the year by a collaborative team of both international and New York-based artists. It also leads arts education programming and community outreach programs and events.

The company has performed in premiere venues like Carnegie Hall and has an annual season at Queens Theatre in the Park. Calpulli continues to expand its touring program beyond the East Coast and Midwest. Outreach activities include educational programming and free events, including open workshops, rehearsals and its donation-based children's dance program.

Foreign-lanugage Programs
The company's workshops and performances, children's and community programs can be presented in both English and/or Spanish as needed.

Programs for Seniors
Dance programs are presented at senior centers. Educational programming can be adapted for audiences with disabilities.

Families

Currently, Calpulli only hosts its donation-based children's dance program in Queens. Find out more information on the award-winning program by clicking here.

Performances and arts education programs cannot be hosted at the home of Calpulli at the time, but they can be delivered to audiences at the host's venue. For more information, click here.

School/Groups

Calpulli Mexican Dance Company is a registered vendor with the NYC Department of Education.  It offers an array of programs to meet programmatic and outreach efforts by schools, educators and other community organizations. Its programs provide historical and contextual information about the company's repertoire, dance, and Mexican culture via dance and music complimented with interactive elements to engage audiences of all ages. Calpulli's team of experienced teaching artists guide students and teachers through Mexican dance in personalized settings. Visit the Web site for more information.

The company's arts education programs have been presented to young children, high school students, universities, learning centers and even nursing home centers for senior citizens. Each event is tailored to the audience and the goals of the presenter.