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Fandango Burqueño

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Poster Instituto Veracruzano de Cultura (IVEC)

Sat. 6/3, 3:30p: FANDANGO Burqueño! Organizers & musicians will join us to share this community-based celebration of son jarocho, poetry, dance, especially: zapateado!! with host Cristina Baccin.

Be ready to be part of this joyful way of building community with the infectious rythm from Veracruz (México), an event organized by the Chicana & Chicano Studies Department (UNM) this Saturday from 2-9:30pm on the campus of UNM.

FANDANGO BURQUEÑO with performers: Jazmin Cancio Lucio, Carambola Community Music, Son Veracruz (Chuy Martínez y Otilio Ruíz), Luz de Luna (Teresa Slack y Antonio Aragon), Los Jaraneros del Valle (Víctor Padilla y Maria Dion), Levi Romero, Tanaya Winder, Adelina Cruz, Francisco LeFebre and Carlos Contreras.

Sponsored by: UNM´s Southwest Hispanic Research Institute, Latin American and Iberian Institute, and The Transnational Research Collective; La Plazita Institute.

Workshops: son jarocho, jarana and requinto: 2-5pm

Musical Performances: 5-9:30pm

Where: 1829 Sigma Chi Rd NE (@ The Casita), Albuquerque, NM

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