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ONLINE―Music and Discussion: Virtual Encounters with World Music and Dance: Regional Mexican Music
January 31 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
ONLINE―Hermanos Herrera, a music band united in blood and love of their Mexican performing arts traditions, will explore the human experience as expressed through three styles of Mexican regional music. Hermanos Herrera, along with ethnomusicologist Dr. Timothy Rice, will explore the lived meanings of son jarocho, son huasteco, and accordion-based norteño music, from northern Mexico. After each prerecorded performance segment, the band, with instruments in hand, will answer any questions you may have. Bring your dancing shoes and your questions for what promises to be a fun- and music-filled presentation!
Registration is free. A link to the live stream will be provided in your confirmation email. If you’d like to support the artists and the program, donations will be welcomed.
Hermanos Herrera will be addressing questions from the audience. Guests will be invited to log into YouTube to comment and ask questions of the artist.
Center for World Music YouTube Channel
To register, go to the Hermanos Herrera event site.
This project is supported by California Humanities through a Humanities for All Quick Grant.