- St. Mary's Ballet Folklorico of Redlands '74
- Ballet Folklorico de Nuestra Herencia Mexicana (a.k.a. Ballet Folklorico de Herencia Mexicana or Herencia Mexicana)
- Club Bellas Artes de Pomona
- Ballet Folklorico Sol de Mexico
- Ballet Folklorico Nuestra Tradiciones
- Ballet Folklorico de Iglesias de Mission
- Images of Mexico (Imagenes de Mexico)
- Orgullo De Mexico
- Ballet Folklorico de Carol Amijo
- Ballet Folklorico Mi Tierra
I think it's safe to say and make the claim that all these groups with their instruction and guidance, influenced and contributed to the folklorico dancing development of Richard R. Solorzano. In addition to the studio classroom, Richard studied independently, using videos as a guide. Richard spent a great deal of time studying, analyzing and learning the repertoire of Amalia Hernandez and other greats. He taught himself. This also aided in developing the unique dances he created for Herencia Mexicana. Not wanting to copy other dance groups, he used other groups dances as a foundation to create something new.
- Performing at the Santa Barbara Mariachi Festival with Mariachi Sol De Mexico, Las Reynas de Los Angeles and singer Graciela Beltran.
- Performing at the Riverside Mariachi Festival with Mariachi Sol De Mexico
- Showcase performance at the Las Vegas International Dance Competition
- Showcase performance at Danzantes Unidos with BF Sol de Mexico
- Traveling and performing in Salt Lake City Utah, Denver Colorado, Arizona & Mexicali Mexico.
- A private event in Beverly Hills, California
- The year of the L.A. riots, Richard was featured on the news for a Cinco de Mayo performance.
- Dancing at Pancho Villa's Mexican Restaurant in Fontana, California every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holiday for over 4 years (Herencia Mexicana was the resident dance company at the time) and being featured in television commercials for the restaurant that still run to this day (See the video below).
- Interviewed on a local television station that broadcasts in San Bernardino, California.
- Performing for "22 Seconds of Fame" television show, Telemundo and Estrella TV.
- Performing at Olvera Street & Plaza Mexico in the Los Angeles area
- Performing at numerous restaurants in the greater Los Angeles area on various occasions including: Casa Sanchez, La Fonda, Fiesta Mexicana, Guadalajara Grill and Pancho Villas. All with live mariachi.
- Disney Guest Performances at both Disneyland and California Adventure through Disney Magic Music Days, Community Arts Showcase and Viva Navidad Guest Performance programs.
- In 2012, being selected to serve on the panel of judges for the Anaheim Marketplace Annual Folklorico Competition.
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