Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Location: Olson 53A
Cuban musicians developed popular forms that have become classic while undergoing steady change. The bolero, son and rumba have remained a living and transformative tradition in Cuba since the 1959 Revolution.
A native of Cuba, Professor Raul Fernandez taught at UC Irvine for 40 years and is secretary of the UC-CUBA Academic Initiative. He curated the Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit “Latin Jazz: La Combinacion Perfecta” and is author of the books From Afro-Cuban Rhythms to Latin Jazz and Ontologia del Son y otros ensayos.
This event is sponsored by Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Department of Music
Hemispheric Institute of the Americas
UC Davis College of Arts and Letters
For more information please contact: Emilio Bejel, firstname.lastname@example.org