On April 27, Rosi and Brian Amador of the group Sol Y Canto bring Latin American Music to The White Mountain School.
A free, interactive concert featuring music from Latin America will take place on Friday, April 27th, from 7:00 to 8:00pm at The White Mountain School. This celebration of Latin American musical heritage features musicians Rosi and Brian Amador of the group Sol Y Canto. Rosi and Brian take audiences on a musical journey, using different instruments, rhythms and songs to show how indigenous, African and Spanish influences come to life in Latin Music.
Since 1984, Sol Y Canto’s founders Rosi and Brian Amador have toured the country offering highly interactive programs on Latin Music and Culture with lyrics expressing their beliefs in peace, hope, cross-cultural understanding and environmental stewardship. Sol y Canto has brought audiences to their feet from the Kennedy Center to the White House, the California World Music Festival to Boston’s Symphony Hall, Puerto Rico’s Museo de Arte to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Boston Globe hails them as “sublime ambassadors of the Pan-Latin tradition” and their many accolades include Best of Boston for Latin rhythms by Boston Magazine and Outstanding Latin Act by the Boston Music Awards. The Amadors are seasoned performers and musical educators whose infectious enthusiasm never fails to motivate audiences to join in the singing, dancing and clapping of rhythms while they learn about the rich musical heritage of Latin America.
The concert will take place in the Great Hall of The White Mountain School, beginning at 7:00pm. This performance is free and open to the public; however, donations will be gratefully accepted and used to support future performances at The White Mountain School.
For information, contact Becky Beno at email@example.com or 603 444-2928 x20.