December 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Come and sing with us to celebrate one of Mexico’s high holidays for the season.
In Mexico, the pilgrimages and the tradition of singing and dancing to the Virgin of Tepeyac (aka Our Lady of Guadalupe) transcends religion; it is a symbol of Mexican Culture that predates Christianity and dates back to the worship of mother goddess Tonantzin. The concert will include a selection of Aztec dances, Catholic chants, and Regional “rancheras” and “son jarocho” observant of the holiday. This is a once-a-year opportunity to hear the ensemble perform this material. Special guest: Irekani Chávez of the group Son Monarcas.
Free and open to the public.