[Somos Centroamerica.com, ] The National Dance Ballet Oro Lenca of Intibucá shows off Honduran culture and art as it is distinguished as being among the top 12 Folklore groups worldwide, according to the World Council of Folklore.
[RCG Radio y Televisión, ] Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. The Ballet Folklorico "gold Lenca de la Esperanza", from Honduras, arrived in Saltillo for the 438 anniversary International Festival. Around 9:00 o'clock and with more than 600 people as witnesses, the Plaza de Armas is dazzled with more than 12 dancers who delighted the audience to the rhythm of the Honduran music.
[El Heraldo, ] El Heraldo Gustavo Banegas. The folklore group Oro Lenca has been noted for being an ambassador of the Honduran traditions and dances. A huge passion for dance and the endeavour to rescue folk traditions led the folkloric ballet Oro Lenca to have a very important place in Honduran culture today.
[El Heraldo ] WASHINGTON, Estados Unidos. The Embassy of Honduras in the United States held the "Juntos por Honduras 2013" festival to celebrate the Independence Day of Honduras. There was a continuous show for 7 hours with the presentation of artists from the Honduran folk groups Raíces Hondureñas from Maryland and Oro Lenca from La Esperanza, Intibucá.
[Embajada de Honduras, Washington DC, ] The 2013 independence day celebration included presentations by the folklore dance groups Raíces Hondureñas of Maryland and Oro Lenca from Intibucá, and other artists.
[La Prensa, ] Carlos Rodríguez. Cultural authorities proclaim this city as the capital of the Honduran National Folklore. Children and young members of folk dance groups from various regions of Honduras gather in the city of La Esperanza, Intibucá, to participate in the third annual folklore festival Grande de Grandes.
[La Prensa, ] Government and municipal authorities gathered to honor to the legacy of a great son of La Esperanza, Rafael Manzanares. The meeting also served to read the decree declaring La Esperanza as the national capital of the Honduran Folklore and formalize that the folklore festival Grande de Grandes will occur on the last Saturday of July each year.
[El Heraldo ] Gustavo Banegas. The folklore group from La Esperanza, Oro Lenca, was included among artists invited to the International Festival Juntos por Honduras. Once again the folk dance group put up the name of Honduras internationally.
[El Heraldo, ] Washington, Estados Unidos. A taste of Honduran culture was the epicenter of the celebration of the 191 anniversary of the independence of Honduras. Hondurans in the DC metropolitan region enjoyed the music of the folk dance groups Oro Lenca and Raíces Hondureñas.
[Honduras Tips, ] The Company Artistic Intibucana, CAI, born in 2004 of the need to infuse art and culture in the region around La Esperanza, Intibucá. The project was successful until 2006, when it was suspended for reasons unrelated to the company. Then in 2009, with Johann Seren Castillo a member of the CAI, it resumes the project and then officially founded the Ballet Folklorico Oro Lenca.