Meet Our Staff
Maestra Boni Ramos - Dance Specialist
E-Mail: Dancesales@larosadancesupply.com
Marco Antoñio Molina - Operations Manager/Dance Specialist
E-Mail: Operations@larosadancesupply.com
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Marco Antonio was born and raised in San Antonio. It was here that he
began his dancing career. Marco has studied various types of dance with
his specialties being that of Mexican Folklorico, and Spanish Flamenco.
Marco has been dancing since the age of 9, and has studied under various
artists in San Antonio and abroad. Studying with such notable Mexican
Folklorico instructors as S. Huemantizn Lopez, Eduardo “Lalo” Gutierrez
of Cancun, Mexico, Maestro Rafael Zamarripa of the Universidad de
Colima, Mexico, and Maestra Sylvia Lozano of the Ballet Folklorico
Nacional de Mexico. Marco Antonio has also received extensive flamenco
training with such well-known professionals as Ciro, Timo Lozano, La
Presy, Jose Greco, Raul Saucedo, Omarya Amaya, Sabas Santos, and Teresa
Champion among others. Marco has been teaching for over 15 years now,
and has danced with various professional dance companies. Marco was
also the Artistic Director and Choreographer for the Ballet Folklorico de
Seguro Social, Grupo Folklorico Avispon de Centro Este, and Danza
Unida. Marco Antonio has toured the United States, Mexico, and Spain
with such professional dance companies as Los Flamencos de San Antonio,
Flamenco Fuego de San Antonio, and the Ballet Folklorico de San
Antonio. With noted shows in world famous tablao flamencos Torres
Bermejas and El Arco de Cuchilleros in Madrid, Spain. Marco Antonio was
also featured on the international television show “Sabado Gigante” with
Don Francisco. Marco Antonio is currently one of the Artistic Director of
the Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio.
Boni Ramos know professionally as “La Maja”. Ms. Ramos is an Spanish
Dance. La Maja has been dancing for over 20 years, and has toured
throughout the world.  Dancing since the early age of three, La Maja has
studied with various instructors such as Enrique Iglesias, Nieves
Paniagua, Nana Lorca, S. Huemantizn Lopez, Maestro Rafel Zamarripa of
the Universidad Atoctona de Colima Mexico, Mayra Ramirez of the
Escuela de Danza y baile del Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, Teresa
Velez, Chuny Amaya, Omarya Amaya, Antonio Granjiero,, Raul Saucedo,
Sabas Santos, and Teresa Champion to name a few. La Maja has been
teaching since that age of 16 for various dance companies in the US. She
has also toured the United States, Mexico, and Spain with such companies
as the Ballet Folklorico de San Antonio, Danza Unida, and Flamenco
Fuego de San Antonio. With noted shows in the famous flamenco tablado
El Arco de Cuchilleros in Madrid, Spain. La Maja was also featured on the
International television show “Sabado Gigante” with Don Francisco. La
Maja is currently one of the Artistic Directors of the Ballet Folklorico de
San Antonio.