Last Saturday the IV Carnival Parade Contest was held in Torre Pacheco, with the participation of 7 troupes of the municipality, as well as 30 foreign parades.
The councilor of Festejos Yolanda Castaño, has highlighted the high level of local troupes this year, congratulating them on the staging, costumes, makeup and choreographies.
Esmeralda Torres, Paraiba, Luz y Color, Ultimate Dance, Kímbara and Replay, have demonstrated with their carnival troupes that year after year they overcome, and consolidate this party in the municipality.
The first prize of local troupes was obtained by the dance school, Ultimate Dance, endowed with a thousand euros.
The fantastic staging, with a theme of the film The Great Showman, which represents non-discrimination for being different, with a message of struggle and overcoming, together with a great choreography, raised it to the top of the Pachequero Carnival.
Founded in 2012 by Paco Pulido in Dolores de Pacheco, Ultimate Dance emerged with the aim of showing dance as a way of life, and soon began to reap awards, regionally and nationally, and to act in numerous Show.
Replay won the second prize, with a staging of the story, Aladdin represented by more than 70 components of Torre Pacheco and El Jimenado, with choreography by Santy García, director of the Replay Dance School, founded in 2012 and specialized in Urban, Contemporary and Latin Dance dances.
The third prize went to the Kímbara troupe, with a fantasy called Jaina, set in the Aztec style.
A group formed by more than 60 dancers from Balsicas, Dolores de Pacheco and Roldán, mostly students from the Dance School, Kímbara, directed by Carmen María Villaescusa, a parade that parades in Carnivals throughout the Region, obtaining prizes in Cartagena and The Alcazares
In addition, they participated in the parade, the Dance Studio Emerald Towers, founded in 2009, and habitual in parades, floats and galas of the municipality, with its mixture of urban and Latin styles, and that this year he chose for the parade, an Asian fantasy called Street Dancer, warriors who paraded through our streets, raising applause from the audience.
The young comparsa, Paraiba, founded in 2018, with children and young people from Dolores de Pacheco, moved us to the "Thousand and One Night", a fantasy through Aladdin and Jasmine, dancers and dancers, who enter the fantastic world Carnival to get the magic lamp that contains the essence to grant the desire to always live dancing and never stop shining.
The Comparsa Luz y Color of Torre Pacheco, founded in 2018, composed of a group of friends who want to have fun, who year after year manage to overcome and participated in the Carnival with the Yuanes fantasy, filling the streets with color, with their costumes and joy parading.
The parade of local troupes was closed by the float of Don Carnal and Doña Cuaresma who showed their skills as dancers, and brought joy and carnival sentiment in the parade.
Doña Cuaresma belongs to the Ultimate Dance School of Dance, and Don Carnal is from the Kímbara Dance School.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Torre Pacheco