A Lebanese writer named Gibran Khalil Gibran once said: "The soul of the dancer has his abode throughout his body." And it is because all those who have been fortunate enough to experiment with dancing know that the connection of the body is also a connection to music and our own cultural identity. The same goes for all artistic tasks.


Having contact with any type of activity related to art makes us show a human part capable of transmitting emotions through movement and sound, as well as manifesting traits of wisdom from our ancestral legacy. This year, we can share the wonder of artistic expression at the 20th Festival of Indigenous Dance that the Colegio de Bachilleres de Querétaro (COBAQ) has made available to the public, as well as in the debut of the first edition of its Song Festival.


So book the 23th and 24th of November! Let us help to foster sensitivity for art as part of a comprehensive training proposal accompanying COBAQ in these magnificent events.

folk dancers part of the festival of autochthonous dance and singing of the cobaq