Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance
Upcoming Performance - Celebrando 2000, May 6, 2000 at 7:30pm
Join us for a night of traditional dance, music, and history as
Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance professional dancers and musicians,
apprentices, and students
celebrate the rich culture of Puerto Rico. We will be performing Bomba,
Plena, Seis Chorreao, and other "bailes tipicos" from our Spanish,
Taino and West African roots.
This spring's Celebrando debuts 19th century "Bailes de Salon" that flourished
in the salons of elite, agricultural landowners. This new suite features
"Danza" in authentic costuming, ballgowns, fans, white tie and tailcoats.
Admission - donations, children FREE.
Concordia University's Schroeder Performance Hall at the Louise T. Peter
Center building (3400 IH35 at 38-1/2 St.). Open seating. Free campus parking.
Largest lot on IH35 access road, quick walk to theatre in rear of campus.
Closest lot on Luther Lane behind university (38-1/2 to Red River.
Left on Red River. Left on Luther Lane. Down the block on right side).
This project is
funded in part by the City of Austin under the Auspices of the Austin Arts
Commission and the IBM Corporation.
We hold the banner high for Puerto Rico everyday!
Thank you in advance for your donation of any size!!
For more information:
Dr. Ana María Tekina-eirú Maynard
Puerto Rican Cultural Center
Cultural Center Address: 701 Tillery Street #13, Austin TX 78702-3738 (Map & Directions)
Mailing Address: 15228 Quiet Pond Court, Austin TX 78728-4555
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