Sisters have been involved in ballet folklórico for years

Jennifer Fry

Staff writer

Sorayada Sanchez and Rosy Arellano are two local sisters with a flair for the performing arts. Their chosen medium? Ballet folklórico. The pair, ages 32 and 26, respectively, has been dancing together for at least 15 years.

It all started one day when they were visiting the Jardin de los Heroes park on the west side of town. A flourish of bright, happy colors caught their eyes.

The Ballet Folklórico Raices de Tejas dancing troupe, led by Hilda Navarro, was performing that day at the park. What were those pretty dresses and stamping feet all about?


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