Festival De Bellas Artes
- Tuesday, February 7
- Wednesday, February 8
- Thursday, February 9
- Friday, February 10
For information about the Festival de Bellas Artes please contact Karen Price.
APS Fine Arts
912 Oak St, Building M
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 880-8249 ext. 88040
Festival de Bellas Artes was created to nurture skill and appreciation for multicultural music and dance among the youth of Albuquerque. The annual festival motivates and rewards students who have worked hard to develop their artistic ability throughout the school year. Through performances and workshops, it is our hope that students leave the festival with a broader understanding of artistic styles and the inspiration to reach for even higher levels of artistry.
In addition to preserving and promoting the cultural art forms of Folkloric dance and Mariachi music, the event celebrates diversity of all kinds and strives to broaden the artistic experience of the participants through exposure to a wide variety of styles. African dance and drumming, taiko, Middle Eastern dance, Flamenco and hip hop are just a few of the styles that students have enjoyed through the years.
Register online using the following registration forms for Elementary, Middle, and High Schools (with and without an evening performance).
$35 for APS schools, $50 for non-APS schools. Please makes checks or POs payable to NHCCF — FDBA, and mail that to Karen Price, APS Fine Arts, 912 Oak St, Bldg M, Albuquerque, NM 87106
- Daytime only, NO Evening Performance - Tuesday, February 7, 2017 - REGISTRATION CLOSED -
- Daytime PLUS Evening Performance - Thursday, February 9, 2017 - REGISTRATION CLOSED -
Middle and High Schools
- Daytime only, NO Evening Performance: - Wednesday, February 8, 2017 Register
- Daytime PLUS Evening Performance - Friday, February 10, 2017 -REGISTRATION CLOSED -
A MULTI-CULTURAL FESTIVAL OF MUSIC AND DANCE FOR ALBUQUERQUE AREA SCHOOLS
Festival de Bellas Artes is hosted by the National Hispanic Cultural Center
Mission Statement: The Festival de Bellas Artes exists for students to express their cultures, grow pride in their ability to share through music and dance, and learn about other cultural art forms from other students and master teachers. Young people get to experience themselves as artists at varying stages of ability; from beginning elementary students exploring and experiencing this process for the first time, to advanced musicians and dancers who are mastering their craft. Students engage in the creative process from exploration, to inception, to performance, in a supportive and appreciative community of fellow students, teachers, and professional artists.
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