A folkloric narrative.
Originally known as "Cuban Son" it became popular in the 1920s, taking elements of the mambo and other ballroom dances and mixing them with African folkloric moves.
Mexican folkloric dance is an art form that has grown out of centuries of tradition and hybrid choreography.
These dances are done in theatrical performances, especially by Mexican folkloric dance groups around the world.
There are many groups in Mexico that preserve the folkloric dance forms and continue to develop them.
However, the folkloric ballet goes far beyond the borders of Mexico.