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"We Are Masacote" 2013 Campaign

“Somos Masacote” — Conoce a Estudiante de Masacote Dorianne

(Can’t Read Spanish? Read this post/video, translated from English.) Mira el tercer video de nuestro nueva “Somos Masacote” 2013 Campaña. Suscribete a nuestro Canal de Youtube para ver un nuevo video cada semana de nuestros estudiantes en donde ellos dicen en sus propias palabras cómo Masacote Entertainment ha cambiado sus vidas. Lea la entrevista de Dorianne abajo…. “Somos Masacote” — … Continue reading

"We Are Masacote" 2013 Campaign

“We Are Masacote” — Meet Dorianne

Watch the third video of our new “We Are Masacote” 2013 Campaign. Subscribe to Our Youtube Channel to view one new Video a week from our students as they each tell in their own words how Masacote Entertainment has changed their lives. Read transcript below of Dorianne’s own words…. (This video has been translated from Spanish) … Continue reading

"We Are Masacote" 2013 Campaign

“We Are Masacote” — Meet Jyoti

Watch the second video of our new “We Are Masacote” 2013 Campaign. Subscribe to Our Youtube Channel to view one new Video a week from our students as they each tell in their own words how Masacote Entertainment has changed their lives. Read transcript below of Jyoti’s own words…. “We are Masacote” — Meet Masacote Student … Continue reading

"We Are Masacote" 2013 Campaign

“We Are Masacote” — Meet Darryl

Watch the first video of our new “We Are Masacote” 2013 Campaign. Subscribe to Our Youtube Channel to view one new Video a week from our students as they each tell in their own words how Masacote Entertainment has changed their lives. Read transcript below of Darryl’s own words…. “We are Masacote” — Meet Masacote Student … Continue reading

"We Are Masacote" 2013 Campaign

My Progression as a Dancer by Ana Masacote: Part 1

From Ana Masacote: I am the Artistic Director and Co-founder of Masacote Entertainment, a Salsa music and dance company based in Boston, MA (USA). Through my work, I have had the good fortune to be able to tour over 30 countries on 5 different continents. This is quite a feat considering I am a first-generation Mexican American … Continue reading