To irradiate the public with the joy of their dances, instill roots and identity for our dance, the group Tricolores de Venezuela was presented at the National Art Gallery (GAN), this Saturday, February 9, at 1:00 p.m.
Ballet, jazz, dances like Priscila, Palitos, El adiós, Entre Cantina y Cantina, Panderetas y Payasitos; Vals nostalgia; as well as nationalist and folkloric dance of Barlovento and Alma Llanera, besides a gymnastic presentation, among other groups make up the rhythmic grid in which 28 dancers of different ages ranging from 4 to 21 years old participated, who delighted the visitors. This was announced by Elva Méndez, artistic director of the group.
Mérida, Trujillo, Nueva Esparta, Carabobo, among other regions of the country have enjoyed this talented and colorful group whose main characteristic is the cultural take over of communities and its fundamental objective is to occupy the leisure time of children and teenagers for having a cultural and recreational training.
It should be noted that Tricolores de Venezuela has 36 years of existence in the Parish of Caricuao, functioning continuously as a non-profit civil association.
In its evolution this group, which also has a choir where they teach and transmit our musical roots and offer school trips, has obtained various recognitions and has been presented in different scenarios such as: Casa Hogar Luis Ordaz -for older adults-, Keyboard Museum, Boulevard metro station of Caracas Metro, Sala José Félix Rivas and open spaces of the Teresa Carreño Theater, Casa del Artista, Parque Los Caobos -and also the Third Age Club of the parishes of the Conde, La Pastora and San Agustín districts.
Likewise, the Preschool of the UD3 Foundation of Caricuao and the Santa Fé de Caricuao neighborhood, among others, have been presented at the Hernández Parra School in Caricuao.
Translated by JRE/AR