Exploring Son Jarocho with Mono Blanco // Berkeley

Immerse yourself in Son Jarocho music with some of its most influential players!

July 1st  at 12:30 noon
Freight & Salvage
2020 Addison street, Berkeley.

Doors: 12:15PM; Start: 12:30PM.

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About show!

Mono Blanco, one of Son Jarocho’s formative ensembles, will lead workshop goers through an afternoon of their music. The band will start with an onstage demonstration, then break out into groups focusing on Jarana, Requinto, Harp, Zapateado (dance), and singing. Both seasoned Son Jarocho lovers and folks exploring the genre for the first time are welcome!

About music series:

Contemporary (Latino) American Music
Curated by John Santos

A concert series of diverse Latino (American) music representing hemispheric creativity in a wide range of formats interpreted by several of the most dynamic interpreters in the field.

The term America in its true sense refers to North, South and Central America as well as the Caribbean islands. Accordingly, Latin American music defies brief descriptions. Folk styles and rhythms in traditional and evolutionary settings, dance music and jazz play seminal roles in this series.

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