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The Guajiro Triangle

Date: Thursday, October 20, 2022
Time: 8–10pm
Location: IPC ArtSpace @ 225 NE 59th Street

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The Guajiro Triangle is a concept that describes the migration of Son Montuno, a genre of music that fuses African and Spanish influences, as a story of three cities: Santiago de Cuba, Havana, and Miami. This musical journey led to the creation of the folk and country music group Cortadito, founded by producer and Grammy-nominated musician Jose Elias. Listen and learn as Cortadito connects these cities through their contemporary interpretation of a tradition that goes back to the late 19th century.

Co-presented with IPC ArtSpace, Miami Soundscapes, and The Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab.

Free | RSVP list is full (we are no longer taking registrations; email for wait list)