Baila Dance Studio

dayren

Baila Dance Studio

Baila is an HFF program that offers dance classes for children ages 7 and up where they teach the values of Hispanic culture through dancing, providing a space for recreation and healthy activity for families in the community.

Baila offers this totally free service in a professional studio that has been installed in the Plaza Mariachi Music City.

  • Free dance classes for children
  • Free cardio and yoga day classes for adults
  • Capoeira class for adults
  • Performance space
  • Community performances

The dance studio is located at Mariachi Plaza, 3967 Nolensville Pk, Nashville, TN 37211.

Capoeira Class Enrollment

Baila annual recital, Christmas around the world.

This December, Baila will be hosting its 3rd annual recital which is an opportunity for each student to showcase their talent and hard work. The event will be held at Plaza Mariachi on December 11th at 7 PM and will be family oriented with an attendance of 250-300 to see the performance of the nearly 100 students.

We are offering the opportunity to sponsor one of our students for $25.00, which include 2 tickets to the 2018 recital. Companies can also sponsor the event for $500. Event sponsor will have their logo on the LED screen and a stage mention.

Thank you for your consideration to partner with HFF to elevate our community!

General admission ticket: $5.00

Secure Transaction
Sponsor a child: $25.00

Secure Transaction
Sponsor the Baila Dance event: $500.00

Secure Transaction
Make a contribution to the Program:

Secure Transaction

You can view past years’s Baila recital videos here:

Baila Dance Recital, 2016.
First Baila Dance Recital, 2015.
HFF's Folkloric Group.

Hispanic Family Foundation

Entrepreneurs Mark and Diane Janbakhsh are founders of the Hispanic Family Foundation. They were both raised in the Nashville area and have a strong commitment to the community. Their success in business, combined with their love of the community, lead them to found the Hispanic Family Foundation in 2013 to enhance the lives of Hispanic families and children.