Ballet Hispánico is an American dance company based in Manhattan, New York. Founded by the Puerto Rican-Mexican-American dancer and choreographer Tina Ramirez in 1970, it has become a leader in Hispanic culture and the performing arts. Ballet Hispánico celebrates the rich diversity of Latino cultures through its innovative performances, educational programs, and community engagement initiatives. The company is committed to creating a platform for Latinx voices to be heard and seen throughout the world. Since its inception, Ballet Hispánico has been recognized for its groundbreaking work with numerous awards including a National Medal of Arts from President Obama in 2016, two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Cultural Programming, and a MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions. Furthermore, Ballet Hispánico has performed on some of the most prestigious stages around the world such as Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater, The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid, Spain, and London’s Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The company’s repertoire consists of works by renowned choreographers such as Annabelle Lopez Ochoa who was awarded her first Tony Award for Best Choreography for her work on Moulin Rouge! The Musical; Michelle Manzanales who was recently named one of Dance Magazine’s 25 To Watch; Annabella Lopez Gonzalez whose work has been featured at Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival; Gabrielle Lamb who was recently named one of Dance Magazine's 25 To Watch; and Eduardo Vilaro whose works have been featured at Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival as well as many other venues worldwide. In addition to their repertoire of original works by award-winning choreographers, Ballet Hispánico also features guest artists from around the world such as Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta (who will be performing his acclaimed piece “Tocororo”); Mexican contemporary dance company Danza Contemporánea de México; Colombian folkloric group Grupo Corpo from Brazil; American tap dancer Derick K Grant; Argentine tango dancers Maria Nieves & Andres Amarilla; Spanish flamenco singer/dancer Pilar Rioja; Chilean folklore ensemble Los Lobos del Sur de Chile; Venezuelan folkloric dance troupe Los Rumberos del Caribe; Brazilian percussionist/composer Cyro Baptista & Beat The Donkey; Peruvian Afro-Peruvian jazz band Novalima among others. In addition to this program, they are also preparing for their 2023 tour which will include stops in Germany & France! So if you're looking to experience some amazing Latin dancing then make sure to catch one of these performances! Don’t miss out on this spectacular show! Buy Ballet Hispanico tickets now! Your next live event is only a few clicks away. Select an event, pick your seats, tour venues, and tour dates, add your email address, and continue to checkout. Yadara’s International event marketplace has something for everyone. We are committed to making your ticket purchase experience easy and secure, so you can focus on creating memories. Buy cheap Ballet Hispanico theater tickets at Yadara today and receive e-tickets straight to your inbox. So, whether you’re in the United States, the United Kingdom, or any part of the world, all purchases are 100% guaranteed with the Yadara Buyer Guarantee. All canceled events will result in a full refund. Ticket prices may be above or below face value. If you encounter any problems, our first-class customer service team will provide hassle-free assistance from start to finish. So mark your calendar now for future tour announcements. For more information, visit Yadara.com.