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March 8-11, 2024

P5 – Ballet Hispánico

Based in Manhattan, Ballet Hispánico explores the diversity of Latino culture through a fusion of Classical, Latin, and Contemporary dance

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

Mission Statement of Ballet Hispánico

Ballet Hispánico is the largest Latinx/Latine/Hispanic cultural organization in the United States and one of America’s Cultural Treasures. Ballet Hispánico’s three main programs, the Company, School of Dance, and Community Arts Partnerships bring communities together to celebrate the multifaceted Hispanic diasporas. Ballet Hispánico’s New York City headquarters provide the physical home and cultural heart for Latinx dance in the United States. It is a space that initiates new inclusive cultural conversations and explores the intersectionality of Latine cultures. No matter their background or identity – Latine, Latinx, Hispanic – Ballet Hispánico welcomes and serves all, breaking stereotypes and celebrating the beauty and diversity of Hispanic cultures through dance.

“The extraordinary act of a Latina immigrant embarking on a journey of access to the arts for a community … is a heroic example of artistic advocacy. When thinking of the years, the families, the students, the artists, and the administrators whose lives Ballet Hispánico changed, one cannot help but wonder in amazement at the power of such vision. It was this idea of service for a marginalized and silenced community that made Tina Ramirez’s founding of Ballet Hispánico unparalleled.”

– Eduardo Vilaro​


$40 – $125


Approximately 2 hours with two 20 minute intermissions


FSU Center for the Performing Arts
5555 North Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 34243

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Creative Team

House of Mad’moiselle


Annabelle Lopez Ochoa


Music By

Leonard Bernstein, Bart Rijnik, Raul Acosta, Chavela Vargas and Charles Gounod


Costume Design By

Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and Diana Ruettiger

18 + 1


Gustavo Ramírez Sansano


Music By

Pérez Prado


Costume Design By

Ghabriello Fernando



Pedro Ruiz


Music By

Israel Lopez, Rubén Gonzales, A.K. Salim, Perez Prado and Francisco Repilado


Costume Design By

Emilio Sosa and Ghabriello Negron