In the Community

As much as we love performing together, we always enjoy hanging out together!

2022 Performance Season

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrations

Catonsville Branch - Baltimore County Public Library

Glen Burnie Library - Burnie Library, MD

North Point Branch - Baltimore County Public Library

Mexican Independence Festival - Baltimore, MD

Celebrating Mexican independence - Sept 16, 2o22

Felipe's Taqueria Restaurant - Towson, MD

Sol Oaxaca Restaurant - Bel Air, MD

4th annual Latin American Folklore Fest

Patterson Park – Baltimore, MD

Pura Belpré Celebración

Renaissance Hotel – Washington, DC

DIVERSITY DAY

Harford Heights Elementary School – Baltimore, MD

International Night

St. Bernadette School – Silver Spring, MD

Dia del Niño

Patterson Park - Baltimore, MD

2021 Performance Season

dia de los muertos performance video recording session

The Walters Art Museum - Baltimore, MD

hispanic heritage month celebrations

Yorktown High School - Arlington, VA

Glen Burnie Library - Glen Burnie, MD

Quinceañera performances

Hampstead, MD

Fallston, MD

FIRST DAY BACK TO REHEARSAL Since March 2020

Archbishop Borders School - Baltimore, MD

2020 Performance Season

Chidos Mexican Restaurant

Owings Mills, MD

Stoneleigh International Festival

Stoneleigh Elementary, Baltimore, MD

Elizabeth Catlett Family Day

Reginald F. Lewis Museum - Baltimore, MD

GIRLS SCOUTS "THINKING DAY"

GSCM Service Unit 35 - Linthicum Heights, MD

2019 Performance Season

2019 dia de los muertos

The Walters Art Museum - Baltimore, MD

Mi Dinero, Mi destino

Archbishop Borders School - Baltimore, MD

International Festival

St. Matthew's - Columbia, MD

Hispanic Heritage Month

Glen Burnie Library - Baltimore, MD

Parade of Latino nations

Baltimore, MD

Mi Pueblo restaurant

Glen Burnie, MD

Celebration of Cultures

Belair Armory

Dia del NiÑo

Patterson Park, Baltimore, MD

MultiCultural Night

Riverdale Elementary School

2018 Dia de Los muertos

Smithsonian Native American Indian Museum

Master Class by Amalia Viviana Basanta Hernandez

Bailes de Mi Tierra participated in a wonderful dance workshop held in Arlington, Virginia. Workshop was lead by Amalia Viviana Basanta Hernandez, daughter of legendary creator and choreographer Amalia Hernandez of the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico de Amalia Hernandez. This wonderful workshop brought together members of four local dance companies; Bailes de Mi Tierra (Baltimore), Los Quetzales Mexican Dance Ensemble (Virginia), Maru Montero Dance Company (DC) and Corazon Folklorico (DC).

It was a homecoming for me as I reunited with my former directors: My first dance director was Laura Ortiz of Los Queztales (center), and Maru Montero of Maru Montero Dance Company (left).