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A conversation with and performance by Nancy Sanchez, songwriter, performer, and award-winning vocalist. Born in Toluca, Mexico, and making her home in the United States as a young girl, her music reflects two cultures. Elements of Mexican folkloric, jazz, Latin Alternative, and pop infuse her live sets, albums, and songs featured on TV shows, including Vida and Mayans MC.
NCA presents an exciting and colorful introduction to the music of Peru, featuring songs and rhythms from Inca, Criollo, and Afro-Peruvian extraction on ethnic woodwinds, strings, and percussion instruments. This LA Made program is part of the pre-festival programming for LA Libros Fest. Streaming live on Facebook and YouTube. ¡Te esperamos!
Since moving to Los Angeles from Guatemala, Gaby Moreno has earned a Latin Grammy for Best New Artist, a Grammy nomination for her album Illusion, and an Emmy nomination for co-writing the Parks & Recreation theme song. Moreno also sings the theme song and voices a character on the Disney series, Elena of Avalor.
Join for a conversation with and performance by the Quetzal Family Trio. The Quetzal Family trio, a make-shift ensemble born in these quarantine times, shares an intimate repertoire of home and community traditions as well as some original music. RSVP to receive the Zoom session link.
Los Angeles Libros Festival is a free bilingual book festival for the whole family. Celebrating heritage, the festival will feature storytelling, musical performances, local and international authors, art workshops, books, and more. LA Libros Festival will take place virtually, on Facebook and YouTube.
INCA performs Peruvian music as well as describes Peruvian culture in a recorded video on the Granada Hills Branch Facebook page.
Follow the journey of the souls from the moment of death to the Mictlan, the ancient mystical place of rest in the pre-Colombian Mexico. Music, dance, and stories to connect with our ancestors and celebrate life.