Listen for Hispanic/Latin-American music all month long, and see a list of upcoming events.
“I want someone to discover something they normally wouldn’t entertain.”
“Language should not be a barrier, but an invitation to connect.”
“My favorite songs are the ones that for some reason, in my brain, they always look like rooms.”
“What we do most of the time is make what was left for us better. That’s how we keep traditions alive.”
All month we are highlighting musicians from across Latin America (and Colorado), as well as offering related programming such as Music 101.
This week’s Music 101 covers the concept of La Onda, the “Mexican Woodstock” held in 1971, and how rock music came to be banned in Mexico.
Female artists from Venezuela, Mexico and Cuba are taking over the “El Tiny” Tiny Desk series as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. The artists also span different genres in the music industry. Silvana Estrada is based out of Mexico City but was raised in Veracruz. There, she grew up listening to Latin American folklore, son…
Hispanic Heritage Month is a perfect opportunity to re-introduce you to some great LatinX artists based in Colorado.