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Our members, all share a common goal: to spread and promote Mexican culture. We work to preserve the rich heritage of traditional Mexican dance.


Ballet Folklorico Puro Mexico is a non-profit organization that has been active in Toronto, Canada for over 15 years!

Directed by Jezreel Vazquez, Ballet Folklorico Puro Mexico has participated in various key events within Toronto and its surroundings, Hispanic Fiesta at Mel Lastman Square, Mississauga Latin Fest, and the CNE to name a few.

Puro Mexico has been honoured to be selected to be a part of the "Ontario Celebration Zone" – 38 days of the best of Ontario during the Toronto 2015 PanAm games, hosted at the Harbourfront Centre Grounds as well as "Panamania" at the Burlington Royal Botanical Gardens. In 2017, BFPM was selected to celebrate the province's official Canada Day Celebrations at Queen's Park.

In 2018, Puro Mexico organized its biggest show yet. “De Son a Son” was a celebration of the Ballet’s 15-year trajectory in Toronto.


General and Artistic Director

Jezreel Vazquez has been the Artistic Director, choreographer and instructor of Ballet Folklorico Puro Mexico since 2006. He started his trajectory with Puro Mexico at the age of 18. Jezreel is native to Mexico City, where he began his studies in folklore at the age of nine. He later enrolled in the National Institute of Fine Arts , where he further explored the discipline. He was an active member in two reputable dance groups in Mexico City, Danzeol and Aztlan, the later was awarded first place in two consecutive years as the best choreography representing dances from Mexico City.