45TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION:
ALMA DE BRONCE
Bailadores de Bronce, one of Seattle's Cultural Treasures, celebrates its 45th Anniversary with Traditional Mexican Folkloric Dancing at Meany Hall, University of Washington, Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 7:00pm. Alma de Bronce ("Soul of Bronce") will include traditional Mexican dancing from a variety of regions in Mexico. Full of color, music, and costumes, it is sure to delight all audiences. We are proud to be part of Seattle's diverse culture and would love for you, your friends and family to come and enjoy an evening of Traditional Mexican music and dance.
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Bailadores de Bronce's mission is to promote the beauty and richness of Mexican traditions through music and dance in the Pacific Northwest. We seek to encourage a bridge of understanding among all people by sharing our culture, preserving our traditions and instilling pride in our youth.
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Watch our Dia de los Muertos performance!
Bronce receives the Governor's Heritage Arts Award for 2012Tradition without sustainability is history. Tradition with sustainability is legacy! We are honored to recieve this award on behalf of the entire Mexican, Mexican-American & Chicano communities of Washington State. Photo right: Bailadores de Bronce board members with First Gentleman, Mike Gregoire, and the Washington State Arts Commission at the Governor's mansion in Olympia on October 15th.
The Chicano Movement and Bailadores de Bronce
UW Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
e-News article on our 40th Anniversary celebration. Click here.
Seattle Times Article on 40th Anniversary
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