About Ballet Hispánico

 


Mission
Ballet Hispánico brings communities together to celebrate and explore Latino cultures through innovative productions, transformative dance training, and community engagement.


Company

The Company performs a diverse repertory by the foremost choreographers of our time as well as emerging artists. The works explore the diversity of Latino culture through a fusion of classical, Latin, and contemporary dance powered by theatricality, athleticism, and passion. Our choreographers represent a multitude of nationalities including Venezuela, Cuba, Trinidad, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Spain, Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia. The Company has performed for an audience of over 3 million, throughout 11 countries, and on 3 continents.

School of Dance

The School of Dance offers a unique curriculum based on Spanish dance forms, classical ballet, and contemporary dance. The School offers rigorous pre-professional training, a general program, and unique classes for pre-schoolers and adults. It has trained more than 8,000 children who have gone on to successful careers in dance, theater, film, education, and many other professions.

Community Arts Partnerships
Community Arts Partnerships offers an innovative exploratory learning experience for school children, teachers, and parents. The in-school version of the program offers long-term teaching artist residencies and has touched the lives of some 20,000 New York City school children. The junior or “second” company, BHdos, tours each year to university campuses, businesses and community centers with significant educational components. The Outreach touring program includes teacher training sessions, classroom workshops and master classes with Company members, and has brought the joy of Latino dance traditions to countless thousands across the country.

Financials

FY16 Audited Statement    
FY15 Audited Statement   IRS FORM 990 (FY15)
FY14 Audited Statement   IRS FORM 990 (FY14)
     

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