CGIS South, Resource Room (S-216), 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA
Cuba Studies Program:
Speaker: Leo Brouwer, Cuban Composer
Join Maestro Leo Brouwer as he surveys the “Latin Tinge,” Cuban classical and commercial music from 1900 – 2000. The lecture will highlight the impressive body of work that Brouwer produced from 1960-2000.
Three-time Grammy Award-winning pianist, composer, educator, and founder and Artistic Director of the Afro Latin Jazz Alliance, Arturo O’Farrill will be visiting the Harvard campus in late February. A musician of deep social conscience, all of Arturo’s music is written with someone, something, or some community, in mind. A ferocious collaborator of musicians of many styles, as well as the dance idiom, Arturo’s latest project is entitled “Little Tiny Walls” and will feature musicians from Mexican folkloric styles, Afro-Latin jazz, and the classical idiom, collaborating and playing...