Music, ritual dance and colorful costumes from the Aztec traditions.
Ritual Azteca Huitzilopochtli invites you to take part in a traditional dance ritual! Percussion, or drumming, plays a vital role in Aztec storytelling. So grab a cup or container and a spoon and get ready to play the beat.
Ixtacuautli tells the story of the Bald eagle in flight looking for a mate. He salutes the 4 winds, swirls through the air currents and perches on a branch. Finding his mate completes the circle of life and he gives thanks to the Creator. Join the Huitzilopochtli dancers to learn this Aztec Story-dance to live an ancient ritual.
At Ritual Azteca Huitzilopochtli, we relive the ancient practices of the indigenous peoples of Anáhuac. As a non profit public charity, Huitzilopochtli Dancing & Teaching our Indigenous Heritage, strives to teach indigenous Aztec culture and traditions through dance, music and the arts. www.danzaazteca.org
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