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Guest Artist Master Class - Poliana Alves, mezzo-sporano, and Thiago de Freitas, piano, University of Uberlandia, Brazil. No need to register.

 

 

 

Brazilian guest artists Poliana Alves, mezzo-soprano, and Thiago de Freitas, piano, present Art Songs by Brazilian Masters - Nepomuceno, Chantal, Miranda, Setti, Villa- 
Lobos, Guarnieri, de Oliviera, Nobre, Fernandez, Santoro, and Sivuca.

 

A One-Day Festival of Wordsmiths & Musicians! 

New Orleans has a growing number of African and Latin American Wordsmiths crafting some of the most engaging verse that addresses social justice concerns, and this one-day festival celebrates these brilliant ​Poets of Color in the Crescent City. This year, the festival celebrates Honduran Women Poets, featuring Edith Romero & Jennifer Pagan. The event will also host Honduran Garifuna poet and singer Rudy Mills.

Join A Studio in The Woods to meet and learn more about Rising Residents Omar Mendoza. He will give a short presentation on her work followed by a light dinner and refreshments on Thursday, April 4th, 6:30pm – 9:00-pm. Registration is required, click here to register.

 

This ensemble focuses on the intersections of Brazilian music with jazz. Bossa nova, samba jazz, baião, choro, ijexá, and many other traditional Brazilian rhythms integrate our repertoire as we explore compositions by Jobim, Hermeto Pascoal, Pixinguinha, Gilberto Gil, and many other giants of Brazilian popular music.

This ensemble focuses on the intersections of Brazilian music with jazz. Bossa nova, samba jazz, baião, choro, ijexá, and many other traditional Brazilian rhythms integrate our repertoire as we explore compositions by Jobim, Hermeto Pascoal, Pixinguinha, Gilberto Gil, and many other giants of Brazilian popular music.

Join for a celebration of Latine culture and resistance. This event will feature local art vendors, music performers, and food! 

Leonard Jacome was born in Rubio, Táchira State, Venezuela. He is a multi-instrumentalist, arranger, composer and producer and one of the World's most prolific and accomplished harpists. He has won numerous awards representing Venezuela abroad and has toured and performed throughout Latin America, United States, South Africa, Europe, Africa, Japan, Malaysia, and UK. Leonard is also working to develop a contemporary identity for the South American harp. He is the creator/inventor of the Venezuelan electric harp, with the support of Camac-Harps of France.

The New Orleans Harp Society will host a Guest Harpist Residency featuring Venezuelan harpist and teacher, Leonard Jacome. The Harp Extravaganza will take place on Sunday afternoon, September 17, 2023, at East Jefferson Regional Library in Metairie, preceded by a harp ensemble workshop session with the guest harpist, Leonard Jacome. The harp workshop will be at 12:30pm and solo recital ending in a group harp ensemble performance starts at 2:00pm.  

Join us for the September Art & Advocacy Exhibit opening in the Diboll Gallery of the Tidewater Building downtown on Friday, September 8 from 4:00pm - 6:00pm. This installation is the first of three in an exhibition series combining art, speakers, and topics relevant to public health. 

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