Antonio García de León Griego Son Jarocho and the Music of Mexico and the Caribbean Antonio García de León Griego is a linguist, musician and historian on the faculty at UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico) who has dedicated himself especially to the documentation and revitalization of son jarocho and other genres of Mexican music. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including Fandango El ritual del mundo jarocho a través de los siglos, and Tierra adentro, mar en fuera. El puerto de Veracruz y su litoral a Sotavento, 1519-1821.
Thursday May 9, 2013 7 p.m. University of Washington School of Social Work, Room 305 Additional Seattle Appearances:
Graduate Student Colloquium Friday May 10 3 to 5 pm UW School Of Music Fishbowl
Saturday May 11 Casa Latina 317 17th Ave S (Corner of Jackson and 17th in the Central District)
All events are FREE and open to the public Sponsored by the UW School of Music UW Diversity Research Institute Seattle Fandango Project Casa Latina & Mujeres Sin Fronteras UW American Ethnic Studies UW Communication Leadership UW Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest UW Bothell School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences UW Simpson Center for the Humanities UW Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies Women Who Rock Project UW Latin American & Caribbean Studies UW Comparative History of Ideas UW School of Social Work
1-5pm: Dialogues, Panels & Workshops 6-8pm Dinner 7-11pm Fandango! For more information contact Shannon Dudley: email@example.com
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Published on May 6, 2013