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Alcorta's Compania de Danza Folklorica 2019
Alcorta's Folklórico Diamante (AFD) is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the art of Mexican Folklorico and Latin folk dancing throughout South Texas. The company’s primary objective is to promote the Hispanic culture and diversity among students of all ages, by performing and studying the various regions of Mexico, as well as Spain and Latin America, to the people of Corpus Christi, surrounding areas and beyond.
The Competencia Folklórica de Tejas (CFT) is a Mexican Folk Dance Competition that serves as an educational environment where both competitors and spectators can broaden their horizons by observing the many different styles of folk dances from Mexico. CFT is the one of the few folklorico dance competition in the USA that has retained international competitors and focuses on the aspect of group performance rather than individual performance.
Music Biz Day
The goal of Music Biz Day is to bring the community together in efforts to advance music industry education through panel discussions, where professionals in the field talk about the latest trends in the industry. Ample networking time is also allocated for attendees and speakers to share their knowledge, experience, and advice with each other. Music Biz Day was founded 4 years ago by the Director of the Music Marketing program at UTSA.
- Dr. Stan Renard
Danzantes Unidos is THE cultural network of Mexican folk dancers and artists. Our organization promotes and supports the Mexican Folk experience through the performing and visual arts, including, but not limited to, the annual three-day festival known as the Danzantes Unidos Festival.
The Asociación Nacional de Grupos Folklóricos (ANGF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the research, preservation, presentation, and education of indigenous and mestizo culture as well as other related folklore within the realm of dance, music, and the visual arts.
TMEA is an organization of over 11,000 school music educators dedicated to promoting excellence in music education. TMEA comprises five divisions: Band, Orchestra, Vocal, Elementary and College. TMEA leaders carefully monitor the actions of all state decision-making bodies on issues affecting fine arts instruction.
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