Last month, the brothers of the Psi Beta Chapter at Wayne State University were spotted celebrating and promoting cultural awareness by inviting Mexican Folkloric dance group, Moyocoyani Izel.
Moyocoyani Izel is a Mexican Folkloric Dance Group based in Southwest Detroit. Their mission is to preserve and advance the Mexican Culture through Mexican Folkloric Dance. Their director, Jaime Carrillo, donates his time and energy to the group asking that the dancers remain dedicated to the authenticity of the dances he teaches. The group currently performs dances from eight regions of Mexico including: Hidalgo, Tamaulipas, Chihuahua, Jalisco, Veracruz, Costa de Guerrero, Michoacán, and Tarima.
During the two hour event, students were able to enjoy several performances honoring different parts of Mexico and of Mexican folklore as well as being invited on stage to perform some of the dances themselves. Good job brothers, and we look forward to hearing about your future events!