BHdos: The Second Company of Ballet HispanicoHandpicked by Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro, the talented pre-professional dancers of Ballet Hispanico’s second company form bridges: between the School of Dance and the professional Company, between Ballet Hispanico and the community, and between their own training and careers in dance. Under the guidance of Deputy School Director Nicholas Villeneuve, dancers work with highly-skilled artistic leadership to bring Latino culture to schools, communities and corporations. With engaging and interactive performances, this third season of BHdos leads audiences through an exciting 50-minute exploration of dance influenced by Spain and Latin America. Each fully-costumed performance features the impressive choreography from the current Ballet Hispanico repertory.
UPCOMING PUBLIC PERFORMANCES
Sunday, June 29th at the Harlem Meer Performance Festival in Central Park, 2-4 pm. More info here.
Friday, July 11th at SummerStage at St. Mary's Park in the Bronx, 7 pm. More info here.
Bring a Dance Performance of the Highest Caliber to your School or Event!
To have BHdos perform in your school or event, contact:
Franchesca Cabrera, Program Coordinator
212-362-6710, ext. 12 or email@example.com
"All our students - from the 4-year-olds to the 11-year-olds - were captivated by the dances and were completely engaged with the background provided. Being able to bring the community together with such a joyful and inspiring program while being both intellectually and artistically engaging is no mean feat; BHdos did all that to perfection."
- Mr. George Burns
Principal of the Fieldston Lower School
"Having Ballet Hispanico at Ivy League was one of the most creative and educational programs that our students have ever experienced. The way that Nicholas covered everything from geography to choreography of each dance and motivated the students to participate in the discussions of each piece allowed us to travel the world without ever leaving our seats."
- Margaret and Noah Cooper
Owners/Directors of the Ivy League School
“I never seen an amazing performance like you guys. I kept asking myself, how do they get those moves? It was nice for you guys to dance with different cultures.”