Nov 122008
 

El Rapa Nui Restaurant (www.rapanuichicago.com) va a realizar la primera peña chilena para la comunidad, el 4 de diciembre.

  • La admision es GRATIS
  • Habra musica, comida y tragos para comprar
  • Desde las 7:30PM de la noche

Ven a compartir con otros chilenos en Chicago!

4009 N. Elston
Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 478-0175
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Nov 092008
 

“Ven a aprender nuestro baile nacional”

Te invitamos a un taller gratuito de cueca, dirigido por nuestro conjunto folclórico Patiperros y patrocinado por el “Latino Cultural Center” de la Universidad de Illinois en Chicago (U.I.C).
Seran cuatro clases de una hora y media, y una quinta reunión final donde se realizara una pena familiar, con una presentacion especial y baile.

**Taller Para todas las edades***

Donde: 750 South Halsted,  Chicago IL 60607
Lecture Center B2 (Latino Cultural Center U.I.C.)
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Primera Clase: Sabado 22 de Noviembre, y los cuatro sabados subsiguientes.
Hora: 5:00pm -6:30pm

Para preguntas, por favor llamar a: Daniela Penaloza al (773) 616-2542.

Inscribete aquí. **Cada participante, debe inscribirse, no importa la edad***

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Oct 162008
 

Saturday, October 25, 2008 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
University of Illinois at Chicago
Lecture Center B1

  • Descargar invitacion / download the flyer here: Paula Monsalve – UIC [PDF]
  • Reception will follow concert
  • **Free Admission**

PAULA MONSALVE, singer, native of Chile, will return to the UIC Latino Cultural Center B1 on Saturday, October 25th at 5:30 pm.

In this performance she combines her inevitable skills with the Argentinean Band NAN, directed by Diego Clemente. Together they bring the release of her latest album ”REINA MIA-QUEEN OF MINE’’ a selection of Paula’s own lyrics inspired by the deep profound feelings of life, sorrow, love and hope. Also they will present a traditional folk music repertoire with “THE MUSICFROM THE END OF THE ANDES “….songs by Violeta Parra, Atahualpa Yupanqui,Victor Heredia and many others.

Paula has become a true cultural ambassador to the Midwest. Since 1986 she has performed with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Anderson Symphony Orchestra, Marion Philharmonic Orchestra, Orquesta Clasica de la Universidad de Santiago, Chile and the Ben-Dorit Symphony Orchestra from Israel.

”It is impossible to pinpoint the exact elements of her artistry that transformed a typical concert into a unique and intimate evening for both audience and orchestra members. Paula is a born artist! Her natural warmth conveyed through her singing as well as her tremendous presence totally captivated the audience through the evening. Her voice is inviting and exotic. She speaks to everyone, and all are touched by her sincere direct message. ”
Thomas Elefant, Music/Director/Conductor, Richmond
(Indiana) Symphony Orchestra.

Please join us for a night of music, wine, cheese, and crackers.
Please visit Paula’s web, www.paulamonsalve.com

Off-Campus Sponsors:
Consulate of Chile, the Consulate General of the Argentine Republic, International Latino Culture Center
UIC Sponsors: UIC, Latino Cultural Center, Latin American and Latino Studies Program, Latin American Recruitment and Educational Services Program, and Chance Learning Center.

"Inca Trail", homenaje a la musica andina por el Chicago Symphony Orchestra

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Oct 122008
 



The Inca Trail

Comprar entradas aqui / Buy Tickets here

Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor
Jessica Warren-Acosta, Andean flutes
Kenneth Olsen, cello

Alomía Robles –   El cóndor pasa
Martínez y Compañón –   Colección de música virreinal
Luzuriaga –   Responsorio
Frank –   Illapa
Golijov –   Mariel for Cello and Orchestra
Soro –   Tres Aires Chilenos
López –   Fiesta!

Peruvian conductor and curator Miguel Harth-Bedoya takes you on a journey along the “Inca Trail” in this unique program, rediscovering forgotten musical gems and newly composed works from his native country. Accompanied by images and video footage from present-day Peru, you’ll hear pieces like El cóndor pasa (a familiar song that has been covered by Simon and Garfunkel) and Illapa, which features traditional Andean flutes. Harth-Bedoya says, “These concerts can present a whole new world to people who have never been to South America.”

Pre-concert lecture information »


Learn more at the official Caminos Del Inka website »