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Announcing New En Face Partner – Ballet Hispánico


We are beyond delighted to announce that Ballet Hispánico has joined our family of partner publications!

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.

Dance visionary and National Medal of Arts recipient Tina Ramirez founded Ballet Hispánico in 1970, at the height of the post-war civil rights movements.  By creating the space for Hispanic dance and dancers to flourish, Ballet Hispánico uplifted Black and Brown artists and youth, which combined with the training, cultural pride, and the power of representation, fueled the organization’s roots and trajectory. Eduardo Vilaro joined Ballet Hispánico as a Company dancer in 1985 and became the organization’s second Artistic Director in 2009 and CEO in 2015. Vilaro is building on Ramirez’s impact: by expanding, and deepening the legacy of visibilizing Latine cultures, and exposing the intersectionality and depth of diversity found in the Hispanic cultures, Vilaro’s vision has elevated a community to its place ingrained at the center of the American cultural landscape.

Today Ballet Hispánico is a catalyst for social change. Their mission opens a platform for new social dialogue, and nurtures and sees a community in its fullness. Through its exemplary artistry, distinguished training program, and deep-rooted community engagement, Ballet Hispánico champions and amplifies Latine voices in the field for over fifty years. As it looks to the future, Ballet Hispánico is pushing the culture forward on issues of dance and Latine creative expression.

“The entire team of En Face is thrilled to partner with Ballet Hispanico to publish their performance magazines. We are grateful for the trust to represent their exquisite artistry. In collaborating with this exceptional dance company, we aim to capture the essence of their breathtaking performances and showcase the unparalleled beauty of Ballet Hispánico in every page of En Face.”

Welcome to the publication family Ballet Hispánico, we are honored to be a part of supporting your inspiring vision.


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Alanna Love is a writer based out of Boise, Idaho. She revels in tracing the thread of beauty woven throughout daily life, especially when it is found in ballet, literature, or historical wardrobing.
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