Family Fandango

This past Sunday marked the end of our summer session, and we celebrated with a performance, potluck, and Fandango – a celebration with Son Jarocho music, which originated in Veracruz, Mexico.  Our violinists and cellists, after having their instruments for only 4 weeks, played the “Ant Song” and “Kalele”.

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Our winds and percussion students performed a more extensive program, including a “Stomp” piece arranged by our very own teaching artist, Paul Hanson.

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Following the performances were singing, dancing, and learning new music. Special thanks to Jim Rice and Bell Arts for hosting and Jorge Mijangos for organizing this lively Fandango!

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