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Felipe Amador Gallardo
Antonio Gutiérrez Hernández
Dirección. Avenida Filomeno Escamilla 009 Infonavit Manuel Rivera Anaya.

TEL: (222) 287 69 57 FAX: (222) 287 69 57 Puebla Puebla CP 72309. México


Welcome to Nahui Ollin, Folkloric dance group, They are from Puebla Mexico.

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Felipe Amador Gallardo and Antonio Gutiérrez Hernández Penetrate inside dance as dancers into one of the most recognized companies of Puebla, wherefrom they are original. Arises in them the restlessness of enter into the Escuela Normal Superior del Estado de Puebla, managing to obtain the specialty in folklore Mexican dances, and forming this way their own group. For this motive they have continued receiving instruction in this art inside secretary of culture, and also on the Instituto de Investigación y Difusión de La Danza Folklórica Mexicana.

The group was created in 1994 in the city of Puebla Mexico. They integrate it a group of young students who as basic purpose, try to project their autochthonous roots by means of his typical art of dancing and this way, spreading the Mexican folklore between the youth of the country and foreigner.

It is as well as there is created the group of folklore dance Nahui- Ollin Folkloric.

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The group has rich types of dances and national dances, which show the origin of each one of the cities of Mexico and its relation with the miscegenation. For this motive it initiates the presentation with the dances that were in preparation before the Spanish conquest though later they fuse with the conception of the catholic religion.


Nahui-Ollin has the following folklore prints:

Aztec dance

In the antiquity, this dance was practiced by much frequency; the fire had great importance, because smoke was considered to be a way in order that their prayers should come to their gods. This rhythm was demanding that the offer of the dance was realized by movements directed four cardinal points and in the shape of circle.

The sound of the "ayoyotes" (sleigh-bells) united with rattles and feathers of animals are those that give great color to the dance.

Tehuantepec's Isthmus songs

Tehuantepec's Isthmus is a region of rich cultural tradition, where the use of the zapoteco remains and preserves in a notable way as daily language. Songs come to this region during diverse stages of last century; its contact with the local traditions has given them an own regional sense. One of these songs is “La Sandunga ", considered as the anthem tehuano; other one is "La Lorona", of Juchitán. Both touch each other in all the important ceremonies: "Candles", parties of the Holy Boss and marriages.


January is the month of feast of Chiapa de Corzo region along the Grijalva River being the southernmost state of the country. It has dances which mimic animals and flora seen in the color of their dresses, sweet sounds and motivates music to mestizos for celebrate their festivals.

Veracruz’s Songs

The mix of black and autochthonous worn from overseas, gave origin to the miscegenation of those who later were named “jarochos”, who are characterized for being a naughty people, their happiness music, being a place where the white dresses float in sea, jungle and skies without borders, transformation of the dramatic quality of Spanish dance in hot dances and lightness.

Sinaloa's bass drum songs

This number is a sample of the half-caste dances that have removed to scene and takes a true story as a base: as a popular expression, in Mazatlán the time measures up between a Carnival and other one. The holidays are most waited in the port, and constitute a centenary tradition that is renewed every year, on having been transmitted and also fed generation after generation.
The musical aspect of songs of bass drum differs for the bands of breath with bass drum of floor, northern groups with acordeón, vihuela, and double-bass.

Chihuahua’s Polkas

The dances and the northern music are even fashionable in the north of Mexico, both dance and masculine pomp have not suffered many modifications: the polkas, redovas, mazurkas, chotises and the waltz, next to continuous one are still favorite of hundred years of his introduction to Mexico and with a great history that speaks proudly about the suffering and pleasure of their people.

Jalisco’s Songs

The “rancheras” with her beautiful dresses of strips and the “charros” persons with his gallantry are the essence of mexicanity. The rhythmic harmony and the misadventures of the dances express the vigor of the characteristics of our people. The songs “jaliscienses” are popular spontaneous, sing able and dance melodies that possess a melodic unmistakable beauty and enclose a loving thought full of melancholy.

Wedding of Hot Earth from the Guerrero State.

Leaving Grooms temple between shouting and uproar in the streets of the town, head to the home of the Popes of the groom, where will be held the blessing and the party, guests bring gifts to give to the bride. The execution of the dance is performed with the aim of fun, as a part of family gatherings.


Sale, manufacture and rent of costumes. Contracts for events inside and outside the city. Budgets for free.


Aztec Dance Gallery

Chiapas Gallery

Jalisco Gallery

Oaxaca and Polkas Gallery

Sinaloa Gallery

Veracruz Gallery


Multimedia/Videos Gallery

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    The group Nahui-Ollin has been a guest for official and private organizations as well as educational Institutions of Mexican Republic and foreigner to taking part in different events.

    Cuba: It took part in 1996 in: The Festival of the Caribbean Culture in Santiago de Cuba.

    Argentina: Appeared in 1997 in: The festival of the Alfajor in the province of La Falda, Morteros and Porteña, municipality of Córdoba Argentina.

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    United States: The Group took part in 1999 in: The feasts of the Hispanic Community in New York (Queens, Manhattan) and Connecticut.

    France: In summer of the year 2000 It was invited by the group “the Jouvenco de MountFavet " of Avignon France region, taking part in the festivals of: Aramon, Avignon, Velleron, Marseille, Vacqueyras and Nouves.

    France: In summer of 2002: Is invited to participate in the festivals of: Avignon, Besancon, Busang, Charmes, Trois Epis, Luneville, Guegnon, Marseille, St Maurice, Port Sur Saone, Remiremont.

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    France: In summer of 2003: There is invited to dance in the festivals of Hagueanaou, Montreal, Montrejeau, Remiremont, Guegnon, St Die, The Menitre, Issoire.

    Argentina: In November, 2004: It is invited to dance in the festival of: La Falda Danza Internacional 2004

    Italy: In summer of 2005: The group danced in the festivals of: Varese, Como, Riccia Campobasso, Benevento, Lecco, Bergamo and Torino.

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    France:In summer of 2006: Is invited to participate in festivals of: Haguenaou, Quetettetot, Colmar and Blain.

    Italy: In summer of 2009: Festivals of: Varesse, Riccia Campobasso, Benevento Baselice, Trento, Calvello, Lecco, Bergamo and Susa Torino.

    Italy: In summer of 2010: Festivals of: Taurano, Fondi, Caltavuturo, Francineto and Agrigento, Naro.

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    France:In summer of 2011: Festival of: Snt. Malo, Alençon, La Roche/Yon, Florent/Cher Near Bourges, Le Puy en Velay.


Grupo de Danza Nahui Ollin

"To Find us"

Felipe Amador Gallardo
Antonio Gutiérrez Hernández
Dirección. Avenida Filomeno Escamilla 009 Infonavit Manuel Rivera Anaya.

TEL: (222) 287 69 57 FAX: (222) 287 69 57

Puebla Puebla CP 72309, México