El Grande de Grandes IX — Event Rules

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COMPETITION REGULATIONS

TITLE I.

GROUP DANCE CATEGORIES: CARLOS GOMEZ GENIZZOTTI RAFAEL MANZANARES AGUILAR

CHAPTER I. GENERALITIES

  • Article 1. THE NATIONAL FOLKLORIC ENCOUNTER EL GRANDE DE GRANDES 2022 will be governed under the following bases, supervised, regulated and coordinated by the Cultural and Artistic Association "ANIDAFH".
  • Article 2. All Contestants must be duly accredited through a credential issued by the ANIDAFH secretary.
  • Article 3. The official and Extracurricular Groups organized or to be organized, whether from the governmental or non-governmental sector, must have knowledge of the official classification of the Folkloric Dances according to their classification area, established and registered in the General Directorate of Cultures and Heritage of the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage of Honduras.
  • The classification of the Folkloric Dances is clearly representative of the National Folklore, which are listed in a document attached to this. Same as as a result of what happened during and after COVID 19 and the reorganization of groups, more than anything in the public and private educational field, they have been classified into 2 categories exclusively for the realization of the EL GRANDE DE GRANDES NATIONAL FOLKLORIC ENCOUNTER, which are attached to this document, being as follows:

    • GROUP DANCE CATEGORY CARLOS GOMEZ GENIZZOTTI
    • GROUP DANCE CATEGORY RAFAEL MANZANARES AGUILAR
  • Article 4. THE GRANDE DE GRANDES 2022 WILL BE DEVELOPED IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE REGULATIONS OF THE ANIDAFH, so at the end of the contest it will be delivered to the Secretary of the Association; the OFFICIAL MINUTES that will be drawn up at the end of the same, as well as the TABLE OF FINAL QUALIFICATIONS, duly signed by each of the members of the Jury Qualifier, this with the purpose of ensuring transparency and keeping records of the development of our event at the highest level.

CHAPTER II. OF THE PARTICIPATING GROUPS.

  • Article 5. Official groups of all levels and Extracurricular groups from the governmental and non-governmental sectors may participate in both categories.
  • Article 6. Official groups of all levels and Extracurricular groups whose dancers are boys, girls, young people and adults who are an active part of the artistic group may participate in both dance categories.
  • Article 7. The participation of dancers who integrate two (2) groups under the same category and whose group has different names will not be allowed. If this occurs during the contest, both Groups will be disqualified. Example: Dancer representing more than one (1) educational institution at the Basic, Intermediate or Extracurricular Group levels during the same Contest. EACH GROUP CAN ONLY PARTICIPATE IN ONE DANCE CLASSIFICATION.
  • Article 8. Participation with potpourri by Extracurricular Groups, or musical input or output will not be allowed; except for those that already have some kind of musical introduction included, for example: Las Escobas, Las Cuadrillas de la Reina, among others.
  • Article 9. The use of records prior to the execution of the Folkloric Dances will be allowed, this being no longer than one (1) minute.
  • Article 10. Every Group that participates, its instructor must be an active member and be duly accredited by ANIDAFH through the current card issued by the Association and be up to date with their obligations to the Treasury. This card must be attached to the documentation document presented at the time of registration. If you are not up to date with your obligations, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE, THERE IS NO NEGOTIATION.
  • Article 11. Groups to participate in both classifications must master a number of two (2) Folk Dances for the competition.
  • Article 12. The Dance Groups that appear at EL GRANDE DE GRANDES 2022 with a smaller number of dances than what is stipulated in these rules, WILL NOT ENTER THE COMPETITION, THERE IS NO NEGOTIATION.
  • Article 13. Each participating Dance Group must compete with a minimum of six (6) and a maximum of eight (8) couples. For the Folkloric Dance “Los Lanceros” with a maximum of eight (8) couples, NO NEGOTIATION.
  • Article 14. The order of participation of the Dance Groups will be carried out on Wednesday, October 19 at 8:00 PM through our Facebook page ORO LENCA BALLET FOLKLORIC OF HONDURAS.
  • Article 15. Once the draw has been made, the order of participation will be published on all our social media platforms and on our official website www.orolenca.org
  • Article 16. Each Instructor or Master in Charge will be responsible for delivering the storage device (USB) with the Folk Dance(s) to participate.
  • Article 17. The music used by the Instructor, Master in Charge and the participating Folkloric Dance Groups must be that recognized in the Honduran folkloric repertoire, considering the same number of musical phrases, times, rhythms, scores and that are unified. In turn, the music should not undergo any alteration in its musical structure, otherwise HALF OF THE POINTS WILL BE SUBTRACTED IN THE ASPECT OF RHYTHM (ACCELERATED VERSIONS).
  • Article 18. If a technical problem arises during the participation of a dance group under both categories, they will have the right to repeat their dance as long as the Qualifying Jury authorizes it by consensus or by majority of votes.
  • Article 19. Any dance group will be disqualified if advice is noted from the Instructor or any person who has ties to the group.
  • Article 20. As of 2022, all participating dance groups MUST REMOVE FROM THEIR REPERTOIRE FOR THE FOLLOWING YEAR (2023) and the Folkloric Dance(s) with which they participated in competition during both contests, including the ones used for TIEBREAKERS. (WHETHER OR NOT THEY GOT A PLACE).
  • Article 21. The costumes will be graded according to the classification of the Folkloric Dance, evaluating costume history, original fashion, uniformity and complete accessories.1
  • Article 22. If any intentional change in clothing is noticed by Participating Groups with Dances, taking into account the original fashion officially registered to the General Directorate of Cultures and Heritage of the Ministry of Cultures , the Arts and Heritage of Honduras this aspect will be valued with a grade of zero "0".
  • Article 23. Participants will not be allowed to use their locker room or props like:
    • Women: Beaker, shorts, chains, piercings, watches, rings, hair with exotic colors, painted and acrylic nails.
    • Men: Chains, watches, bracelets, piercings, earrings, tight-fitting “mamey” type pants and long hair with exotic colors, formal cut and hairstyle (male) is required
  • Artículo 24. De presentarse algún problema de indisciplina o agresión por parte de instructores, participantes, alumnos, barras, maestros, representantes, coordinadores, padres de familia y comité de apoyo de los Grupos participantes antes, durante y después del concurso, se aplicarán las sanciones correspondientes establecidas según Reglamento Disciplinario de la ANIDAFH para considerar la sanción correspondiente.
  • Artículo 25. De encontrarse alguna anomalía y de ser comprobada la deslealtad a la competencia, tanto el Grupo, como el Instructor serán sancionados por el término de un (1) año en el que no podrá participar en ninguna Competencia Extraescolar de Danzas Folclóricas acreditada por la ANIDAFH. Asimismo, se considerará lo establecido el Reglamento Disciplinario de la Asociación.

1 Los vestuarios deberán estar registrados y socializados a través de la ANIDAFH y la Dirección General de Culturas y Patrimonios de la Secretaría de las Culturas, las Artes y los Patrimonios de Honduras.

CHAPTER III. OF THE RATING.

  • Article 26. The Folkloric Dances in competition will be graded according to the following aspects:
    • Coordination (25 Points): Uniformity of movements (arms, skirts, movements of head, rows, circles in the execution of the dance).
    • Expression (25 Points): It is the way in which the feelings and meaning of the dances through liveliness, gestures and body movements.
    • Choreography (20 Points): It is the way of doing the displacements, movements of the correct dance, figures and steps according to registers.
    • Rhythm (15 Points): Is the accentuated regular movement of the dancers according to the musical beats.
    • Costume (15 Points): Uniformity in accessories according to the fashion and history of the same.

CHAPTER IV. REGISTRATION.

  • Article 27. All participating groups must send before October 17 at 6:00 PM the list of the Folkloric Dances to participate, as well as the complete documentation required, via email (See Registration requirements). As the Organizing Committee we will ensure comply with this provision. Changes may be made, both of Folkloric Dances as well as documentation (substitution of dancers) until October 19 at 12:00 p.m. noon.
  • Article 28. A review of the documentation of all participating Groups will be carried out with the members of the designated Qualifying Jury and representatives of the Board of Directors of the ANIDAFH on October 22 prior to the start of the competition in order to have greater transparency and legality of competition.
  • Article 29. The registration fee for the Carlos Gómez Genizzotti category is L. 800 and the Rafael Manzanares Aguilar category is L. 1000.00
  • Article 30. The documentation that must be presented by the Groups in competition and sent as a only document to the email gdg@orolenca.org in the time stipulated in these bases are:
    1. Registration form signed by the Director or Instructor of the Group or educational institution.
    2. Identification with photo (DNI, Passport, Driver's License, Student Card or other) duly updated signed and stamped. It is recommended to attach a color copy of those of the document presented.
    3. Vaccination card against COVID-19, with its minimum or complete schedule of vaccination. It is recommended to attach a color copy of the documents presented.
    4. Copy of the payment receipt for registration made in account 130220112697 of the Ballet Folkloric from Honduras Oro Lenca accredited in Banco Atlántida.
    5. Photocopy of the instructor card that accredits you as an active member of the ANIDAFH (Instructors who are up to date with their contributions will be taken as active members. IF YOU ARE NOT UP TO DATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE, THERE IS NO NEGOTIATION.
  • Article 31. All registrations must be made in a timely manner according to what is stipulated in these bases.

CHAPTER V. THE QUALIFYING JURY.

  • Article 32. The people selected to participate as members of the Qualifying Jury of the ENCOUNTER FOLKLORICO NACIONAL EL GRANDE DE GRANDES 2022 are duly accredited, certified and authorized by ANIDAFH and up to date with their contributions with the Treasury of the Association. Also, having participated in the training sessions developed at the national level by ANIDAFH and the General Directorate of Cultures and Heritage of the Secretariat of Cultures, Arts and Heritage of Honduras, as defined by the Regulation for the Selection of the Qualifying Jury in Official Contests or Accredited by the ANIDAFH.
  • Article 33. The people selected to participate as members of the Qualifying Jury, have recognized ethical and moral solvency, and on the day of the event be completely lucid and neat in their way of acting and dressing, according to the occasion and as requested by the Committee Organizer. As the Organizing Committee we have the power to separate the member of the Jury Qualifier who appears in a state of intoxication or emanating odors of tobacco and alcohol.
  • Article 34. The members of the Qualifying Jury have been selected in consensus with the Board ANIDAFH Board of Directors and the Organizing Committee
  • Article 35. The Qualifying Jury will be made up of five (5) people for the categories with Dance.
  • Article 36. The Qualifying Jury proposed for the competitions in the categories with dance will be disclosed through our digital platforms once the participation raffle of the groupings.
  • Article 37. The Qualifying Jury will be governed by the guidelines established in this Contest Regulations and in accordance with the provisions of the Qualifying Jury Regulations for the ANIDAFH.
  • Article 38. An Official Contest Minute will be drawn up, where the winners will be recorded. and participating groups with their respective score and observations. This document will be signed by all the members of the Qualifying Jury and a representative of the Organizing Committee. This record It will be delivered to the Secretary of ANIDAFH.
  • Article 39. The decision of the Qualifying Jury is final on the day of the competition. Yes some group of Folkloric Dances feels prejudiced during the contest; will have fifteen (15) calendar days after the event to file your formal claim and relevant evidence to your appeal.

CHAPTER VI. OF THE AWARD.

  • Article 40. The Organizing Committee OF THE NATIONAL FOLKLORIC ENCOUNTER THE GRANDE GRANDES will award the following prizes for the categories with dance:
    First Place Second Place Third Place Fourth Place Fifth Place
    TROPHY CASH AWARD Trophy Trophy Trophy Trophy
  • Article 41. THE FOLLOWING PRIZES WILL ALSO BE AWARDED:
    • BEST COSTUME,
    • BEST DANCER,
    • BEST DANCER,
    • BEST STAGE PRESENCE,
    • BEST BARRA,
    • SOCIAL MEDIA AWARD,
    • MEDALS FOR ALL,
    • THE DANCERS AND INSTRUCTOR OF THE GROUP WINNER OF THE FIRST PLACE.
  • Article 42. The prizes will be awarded at the end of each category, when the winners are known. winners of the respective five places.

TITLE II

THE EXTRACURRICULAR SCREENING COMPETITION WITH SHOW

CHAPTER VII. GENERALITIES OF THE EXTRACURRICULAR SCREENING COMPETITIONS WITH SHOWS AT THE NATIONAL FOLKLORIC ENCOUNTER EL GRANDE DE GRANDES 2022

  • Article 43. Extracurricular Groups organized or to be organized in the government sector and non-governmental, they must have knowledge of the official classification of the Folkloric Dances according to their classification area, established and registered in the General Directorate of Cultures and Heritage of the Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage of Honduras, The classification of the Folkloric Dances is clearly representative of the National Folklore, those that are listed in a document attached hereto.

CHAPTER VIII. OF THE PARTICIPATING GROUPS.

  • Article 44. In the 2022 edition of EL GRANDE NATIONAL FOLKLORIC ENCOUNTER OF BIG can participate in the category of Projection with Show, groups Extracurricular activities in the governmental and non-governmental sector.
  • Article 45. They may participate in the category of Screening with Show; groups Extracurricular activities whose dancers are boys, girls, young people and adults who are an active part of the artistic group.
  • Article 46. The participation of dancers who integrate two (2) groups under the same category and whose group has a different name. If this happens during the contest, both Extracurricular Groups will be disqualified. Example: Dancer or dancer representing more than one (1) Extracurricular Group during the same Contest.
  • Article 47. Extracurricular Groups under the category of Screening with Show, may participate with potpourris of folkloric dances, as long as they respect and adhere properly to the original record of the execution of the folk dance (rhythm, choreography, coordination, expression and clothing).
  • Article 48. Extracurricular Groups under the category of Projection with Show, may participate with traditional, folk and popular Honduran music; of authors and composers clearly Honduran, with musicality and rhythms of our ethnic and cultural diversity ( punta, xiques, polcas, guapangos, etc.), that is to say; in a musical version of traditional rhythm (for the sake of rescuing and emphasize to preserve the music and rhythms of the Honduran culture).
  • Article 49. Every Extracurricular Group that participates, its instructor must be an active member and be duly accredited by the ANIDAFH through the current card issued by the Association and, be up to date with their obligations with the Association Treasury. This card must be attached in the legal documentation presented at the time of registration during these contests. Not be up to date with your obligations, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE, THERE IS NO NEGOTIATION.
  • Article 50. Extracurricular Groups under the category of Projection with Show, must dominate 8:00 maximum minutes; understanding that this time expires at 8:59 minutes.
  • Article 51. Extracurricular Groups under the category of Projection with Show that are submit to the contests with a number greater than the stipulated time (8:59 minutes), WILL BE DISQUALIFIED, THEY WILL NOT ENTER THE COMPETITION. (NO NEGOTIATION).
  • Article 52. Each participating Extracurricular Group under the category of Projection with Show, must compete with a minimum of six (6) couples and a maximum of ten (10) couples on stage (They may consider the rotation of couples, maximum number of dancers 24 per group).
  • Article 53. The order of participation of the Dance Groups will be carried out on Wednesday October 19 at 8:00 PM through our Facebook page ORO LENCA FOLKLORIC BALLET OF HONDURAS.
  • Article 54. Once the draw has been made, the order of participation will be published in all our social media platforms and on our official website www.orolenca.org
  • Article 55. Each Instructor and/or Master in Charge will be responsible for delivering the storage (USB) with the Folkloric Dance(s) to participate.
  • Article 56. If there is any technical problem in the participation of an Extracurricular Group with Show during the contest, it will have the right to repeat its program as long as the Qualifying Jury authorizes it by consensus or by majority vote.
  • Article 57. Any Extracurricular Group under the category of Projection with Show, will be disqualified if advice is noted from the Instructor or any person who has links with the group.
  • Article 58. The costumes under the category of Projection with Show will be classified as Following way:
    1. If the Extracurricular Group under the category of Projection with Show dances a potpourri of Folkloric Dances, must wear the Folkloric Clothing according to the records established in the General Directorate of Cultures and Heritage of the Secretariat of the Cultures, Arts and Heritage of Honduras.
    2. If the Extracurricular Group under the category of Projection with Show dances music customary, folkloric and popular, must wear the Folkloric Clothing according to the records established in the General Directorate of Cultures and Heritage of the Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage of Honduras and at the same time, you can use clothing created by the group according to what you want to represent, if n change the original fashion of registered costumes, only the stylization of the same will be valid.
    3. If the Extracurricular Group under the category of Screening with Show includes in its potpourri punta rhythm music or other ethnic rhythms; must be danced with costumes typical of these ethnic groups.
  • Article 59. If there is any intentional change in clothing by Extracurricular Groups under the category of Projection with Show, taking into account the original mode registered officially to the General Directorate of Cultures and Heritage of the Ministry of Cultures, the Arts and Heritage of Honduras, this aspect will be valued with a grade of zero "0".
  • Article 60. Participants will not be allowed to wear accessories such as:
    • Women: Beaker, shorts, chains, piercings, watches, rings, colored hair exotic, painted and acrylic nails.
    • Men: Chains, watches, bracelets, piercings, earrings, tight-fitting pants "mamey" type and long hair with exotic colors, formal cut and hairstyle is required (manly).
  • Article 61. If there is a problem of indiscipline or aggression by instructors, participants, students, members, teachers, representatives, coordinators, parents and committee of support of the Extracurricular Groups with Show before, during and after the contest, The corresponding sanctions established according to the Disciplinary Regulations of the Association to consider the corresponding sanction.
  • Article 62. If an anomaly is found and disloyalty to competition is proven, both the Extracurricular Group and the Instructor will be sanctioned for a term of one (1) year in the that he will not be able to participate in any Extracurricular Competition accredited by the ANIDAFH. Likewise, the provisions of the Disciplinary Regulations of the Association will be considered

CHAPTER IX. OF THE RATING

  • Article 63. Projection programs or shows in competition will be graded according to the following aspects:
    • Coordination (20 Points): Uniformity of movements (arms, skirts, movements of head, rows, circles in the execution of the dance).
    • Expression (20 Points): It is the way in which the feelings and meaning of the dances through liveliness, gestures and body movements.
    • Choreography or Choreographic Creativity (15 Points): Choreography: It is the way of doing movements, dance movements, figures and correct steps according to registers.
    • Choreographic Creativity: A series of free, creative, spontaneous movements, pre-established, without rules that stimulate the potentiality of expression and movements in collective.
    • Rhythm (15 Points): Is the accentuated regular movement of the dancers according to the musical beats.
    • Costume (15 Points): Uniformity in accessories according to the fashion and history of the itself or aesthetic or showy elements that stylize it.
    • Props (15 Points): Set of objects or elements used by the dancers in dance shows

CHAPTER X. REGISTRATION.

  • Article 64. All participating groups must send before October 17 at 6:00 PM the list of the Folkloric Dances to participate, as well as the complete documentation required, via email (See registration requirements). As the Organizing Committee we will ensure comply with this provision. Changes may be made, both of Folkloric Dances as well as documentation (substitution of dancers) until October 19 at 12:00 p.m. noon.
  • Article 65. A review of the documentation of all participating Groups will be carried out with the members of the designated Qualifying Jury and representatives of the Board of Directors of the ANIDAFH on October 22 prior to the start of the competition in order to have greater transparency and legality of competition.
  • Article 66. The registration fee for Extracurricular Contest with Show will be L.1,200.00
  • Article 67. The documentation that must be presented by the Groups in competition and sent as a only document to the email gdg@orolenca.org in the time stipulated in these bases are:
    1. Registration form signed by the director or instructor of the group or educational institution.
    2. Identification with photo (DNI, Passport, Driver's License, Student Card or other) duly updated signed and stamped. It is recommended to attach a color copy of those of the presented document.
    3. Vaccination card against COVID-19, with its minimum or complete schedule of vaccination. It is recommended to attach a color copy of the documents presented.
    4. Copy of the payment receipt for registration made in account 130220112697 of the Ballet Folkloric from Honduras Oro Lenca accredited in Banco Atlántida.
    5. Photocopy of the instructor card that accredits you as an active member of the ANIDAFH (Instructors who are up to date with their contributions will be taken as active members.

    IF YOU ARE NOT UP TO DATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE, THERE IS NO NEGOTIATION

  • Article 68. All registrations must be made in a timely manner according to what is stipulated in these bases.
  • CHAPTER XI. OF THE QUALIFYING JURY.

    • Article 69. The people selected to participate as members of the Qualifying Jury of the NATIONAL FOLKLORIC ENCOUNTER EL GRANDE DE GRANDES 2022 are duly accredited, certified and authorized by ANIDAFH and up to date with their contributions with the Treasury of the Association. Also, having participated in the training sessions developed at the national level by ANIDAFH and the General Directorate of Cultures and Heritage of the Secretariat of Cultures, Arts and Heritage of Honduras, as defined by the Regulation for the Selection of the Qualifying Jury in Official Contests or Accredited by the ANIDAFH.
    • Article 70. The people selected to participate as members of the Qualifying Jury, have recognized ethical and moral solvency, and on the day of the event be completely lucid and neat in their way of acting and dressing, according to the occasion and as requested by the Committee Organizer. As the Organizing Committee we have the power to separate the member of the Jury Qualifier who appears in a state of intoxication or emanating odors of tobacco and alcohol.
    • Article 71. The members of the Qualifying Jury have been selected in consensus with the Board ANIDAFH Board of Directors and the Organizing Committee.
    • Article 72. The Qualifying Jury will be made up of six (6) people for the categories Extracurricular with projection or show.
    • Article 73. The Qualifying Jury proposed for the competitions with dance categories will be disclosed through our digital platforms once the participation raffle of the groupings.
    • Article 74. The Qualifying Jury will be governed by the guidelines established in this Contest Regulations and in accordance with the provisions of the Qualifying Jury Regulations for the ANIDAFH.
    • Article 75. An Official Contest Minute will be drawn up, where the winners will be recorded. and participating groups with their respective score and observations. This document will be signed by all the members of the Qualifying Jury and a representative of the Organizing Committee.
        This record will be delivered to the Secretary of ANIDAFH
    • Article 76. The decision of the Qualifying Jury is final on the day of the competition. Yes some group of Folkloric Dances feels prejudiced during the contest; will have fifteen (15) calendar days after the event to file your formal claim and relevant evidence to your appeal.

    CHAPTER XII. OF THE AWARD.

    • The Organizing Committee will grant the following prizes for the Contests Extracurriculars with Show:
      First Place Second Place Third Place Fourth Place Fifth Place
      TROPHY CASH AWARD Trophy Trophy Trophy Trophy
    • Article 78. THE FOLLOWING PRIZES WILL ALSO BE AWARDED:
      • BEST COSTUME,
      • BEST FEMALE DANCER,
      • BEST MALE DANCER,
      • BEST PRESENCE,
      • STAGE SCENE,
      • BEST BAR,
      • SOCIAL MEDIA AWARD,
      • MEDALS FOR ALL,
      • THE DANCERS AND INSTRUCTOR OF THE GROUP WINNER OF THE FIRST PLACE.

      THE FIRST PLACE OR GREATEST OF GREATEST WILL BE SELECTED CONSIDERING THE HIGHEST GENERAL SCORE RECEIVED, TAKING INTO COUNT THE THREE WINNERS OF THE THREE CATEGORIES AND WILL BE AWARDED WITH CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY, AND SPECIAL MEDAL FOR THE INSTRUCTOR WINNER.

    • Article 79. The prizes will be awarded at the end of each category, when the winners are known. winners of the respective five places.

    TITLE III

    ASPECTS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS

    CHAPTER XIII.

    ADDITIONAL ASPECTS FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE MEETING NATIONAL FOLKLORIC EL GRANDE DE GRANDES 2022

    • Article 80. This regulation will enter into force as of its promulgation. All the Participating instructors must know the content of this regulation and rely on what set to the.
    • Article 81. THE NATIONAL FOLKLORIC ENCOUNTER THE GREATEST OF GREATEST WILL BE CARRIED OUT IN THE FACILITIES OF THE DEPARTMENTAL INSTITUTE OF WEST, PLAZA DE ARMAS NEIGHBORHOOD, LA ESPERANZA, INTIBUCÁ, ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 22, SHARP AT 8:00 AM.
    • Article 82. The entrance to the event of each delegation will be according to the list sent for the registration, the rest of the companions must pay L. 60.00 adults and L. 30.00 children, the tickets will be available at the box office.
    • Article 83. Food will be delivered to the participating groups (Dancers, Instructor and Teachers in Charge) on the day of the event, recommendations for delivery will be given.
    • Article 84. Any situation not covered in terms of competition will be resolved solely and exclusively by the Qualifying Jury. Any situation not contemplated in these bases in terms of logistics and organization of the event, it will be resolved solely and exclusively by the Committee Organizer.
    • Article 85. All groups must BE READY half an hour before the start of the event corresponding to each category.
    • Article 86. Each participating group of all categories must send a HIGH QUALITY PHOTOGRAPH without logos and identifications attached to the registration email to be uploaded to our official pages being FACEBOOK enabled for dance categories and Instagram for Extracurricular with show, the Instagram page will be private for a better voting control. (UPLOADING IMAGES TO SOCIAL NETWORKS IT WILL DEPEND ON THE REGISTRATION PROCESS)
    • Article 87. Any registered group that for any reason cannot attend the event and completed the entire registration process, you must take into account that the deposit will NOT be returned unless that the notice be 5 days before it.
    • Article 88. A celebration party is planned, which will be held in CABAÑAS SAN MIGUEL KM 7 TOWARDS MARCALA, tickets will be on sale at the cubicle assigned to the Folkloric Ballet of Honduras Oro Lenca within the festival with a value general of L. 60.00 per person and if you want transportation, it will leave at 7:00 PM from the place of event and will return at 2:00 AM for an additional cost of L. 40.00 per person round trip must previously confirm to the organizing committee who will be communicating in order to have better control.
    • Article 89. It is suggested that all those who wish to participate in the celebration party attend with white wardrobe.
    • Article 90. The final weeks of October are the beginning of the cold season in our city, so We suggest that all groups prepare with coats to avoid any mishap.
    • Article 91. There will be additional sale of meals within the facilities of the Institute Departmental of the West and also within the place indicated for the party.
    • Article 92. The party is exclusively for the members of the different visiting groups and their companions, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT OF ADMISSION. These Regulations will come into effect on Sunday, September 25, 2022, same day that your socialization will be done at 9 pm through our networks social.

    APPENDICES: DANCES TO COMPETE IN GROUP CATEGORY†

    APPENDIX I. CARLOS GOMEZ GENIZZOTTI (SELECT 2, MATCH/KICKOFF)

    MESTIZO DANCES WITH INDIGENOUS INFLUENCE

    • La Aguateña
    • El Acordeoncito
    • La Cadena
    • La Lima
    • La Picoteña
    • El Indio o Pájaro Triste
    • El Regalito
    • El Son de Tuno
    • La Pieza del Indio
    • El Sueñito
    • El Trompezón o Machucón
    • El Tunal
    • El Zapateado de El Copal
    • Las Escobas
    • Sos Un Ángel
    • Tat–Sap o La Tabla Quieta

    CRIOLLO DANCES

    • La Cajita Musical
    • Danza Cacautare
    • El Barreño
    • La Duyureña
    • La Negra
    • El Borrachito o Baile de la Escoba
    • La Paradora
    • El Cascareño
    • El Corrido de Las Chapias
    • La Piunga
    • La Polca Corrida o Brisas en el Aire
    • El Cututeo
    • La Polca de María Luisa
    • La Polca del Plato
    • El Destroncón
    • El Esquipuleño
    • El Guapango del Rio
    • La Polca Sislaba
    • El Jutikile o Cuchara de Cabra
    • La Zarandita
    • Polca de La Novia
    • El Revuelto ó Los Tres Cambios
    • Polca la Enea
    • El Suspiro
    • Polca la Rosa o Amor en Seco
    • Frente a la Guatalera
    • Sóquelo de La Punta

    IMITATION DANCES

    • El Caballón
    • El Garrobo
    • El Gavilán
    • El Torito Pinto
    • La Coyota
    • La Galopa
    • Los Caballitos

    ROYAL OR COLONIAL DANCES

    • El Callado o el Son del Silencio
    • La Polca al Son de La Llorona
    • La Polca Sanjuaneña
    • La Espinaleña
    • La Varsoviana
    • Los Lanceros
    • Polca de Los Hatillos de la Castaña

    APPENDIX II. RAFAEL MANZANARES AGUILAR (SELECT 2, COMPETITION/JONEBREAK)

    MESTIZO DANCES WITH INDIGENOUS INFLUENCE

    • Amor en Puyitas o Principios de Amor
    • Arranca Terrones de Nueva Esperanza
    • Cachazas con Leche o La Quita Sueño
    • El Distró
    • La Campesina
    • La Colozuka
    • La Estaca
    • La Piedrita
    • La Tusa o El Olvido
    • El Xixique
    • Xungui-Xungui o El Círculo

    CRIOLLO DANCES

    • Arranca Terrones o Raspa Terrones
    • Baile de La Chunga o de María Jesús
    • La Correa
    • Destro Ojos Negros
    • La Farifumba
    • La Guanesteña
    • La Polca de Los Manguitos
    • El Destro
    • La Polca Picada
    • El Guapango Chilqueño
    • El Guapango Chorotega o Mi Primer Guapango
    • La Polca Volada o Deslizada
    • La Polca Marcada
    • El Macheteado Musical
    • El Palito Verde
    • La Tronconera
    • El Palito Verde Guancapla
    • El Vals Destro
    • Las Peinetas
    • El Zapateado ó Baile de Los Machetes
    • Raíces de los Castellanos o Corrido de Las Fichas
    • La Cadena Guancapla
    • El Zapateado Paceño

    IMITATION DANCES

    • La Pulguita
    • La Rana
    • El Zopilote

    ROYAL OR COLONIAL DANCES

    • Cuadrillas de La Reina
    • La Mazurca
    • El Chotis o Baile de la Sonrisa
    • El Jarabe Yoreño
    • El Junco
    • El Pereke
    • La Lluvia

    Catalogue of Folkloric Dances of Honduras

    WITH SPECIAL THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND SUPPORT TO

    THE ANIDAFH CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC ASSOCIATION