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Fran Vielma, director

Program order to be announced from the stage

Hermeto Pascual
Adapted by Miranda Towler
Bebe
(Afro-Brazilian Baião)

Pablo Flores
Adapted by Luis Ozoria
Sabores del Porro(Claudia Gómez version)
(Afro-Colombian Porro)

Andrés Soto (Susana Baca version)
Adapted by Trevor Johnson
Negra Presuntuosa
(Afro-Peruvian Landó)

Fran Vielma
Pensamiento
(Afro-Cuban Son Montuno)

Luis Fragachán
Arranged by Fran Vielma
El Norte Es Una Quimera
(Venezuelan Merengue)

Josanne Francis
Pragati
(Hindustani and Afro-Caribbean)

Kassav / Nailah Blackman
Arranged by Josanne Francis
Zouk-la Sé Sel Médikaman Nou Ni/ More Sokah
(Afro-Caribbean Zouk and Soca)

Michel Camilo
Adapted by Josanne Francis
Why Not?
(Afro-Caribbean Calypso)


This performance will be livestreamed; use the link below to access the stream.

This performance is free and open to the public. Seating is general admission. Please review current COVID safety guidelines under JHU policy.

Joe Byrd Hall 1 East Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21202
7:30 pm Tuesday, April 26 FREE

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