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Eugenia León, Mexican cultural icon // Stanford

Eugenia León, Mexican cultural icon // Stanford

Since she began her solo career in 1982, vocalist Eugenia León has become a Mexican cultural icon.

She got her start in the New Song Movement—Latin America’s equivalent to the rise of Bob Dylan and company north of the border and in Europe—and her recording career is prolific.

With a repertoire that pairs songs by contemporary composers with traditional music of Latin America and Mexico, León regularly packs top venues in Mexico, fulfilling her fans’ expectations of passionate performances.



Come early!

Enjoy live music in the Gunn Atrium during our pre-show Happy Hour. At 5:30 and 6:30pm, soprano Amelia Farber (MA, ’16) will perform songs in Spanish, Portuguese, and Quechua with Marty Zack on piano.



May 13 2016


Date: 05/13/2016
Time: 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost: $30
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