Talks & Lectures, World

Brown Bag Lecture: 150 Years of Idaho Latino History Through Song and Word

When: Tue., March 14, 12 p.m. 2017

Join musicians and composers Juan Manuel Barco of Seattle and Bonifacio Dominguez of Lewiston, together with cultural activist and singer Ana Maria Schachtell of Boise, to learn about the traditional Mexican corrido, or ballad, and how this art form is the perfect tool to celebrate the history of Idaho Latinos. They'll also perform some of the stories and ballads included in the book Nuestros Corridos: 150 Years of Latino History Through Song and Word 1863 to 2013. They'll also be joined by other local musicians who wrote songs and poetry for the project.

Price: FREE

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