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-KUNM Studio Sessions
5:39 pm
Mon July 7, 2014

Las Alegres Ambulancias

Las Alegres Ambulancias
Credit Las Alegres Ambulancias

Las Alegres Ambulancias live in studio

Las Alegres Ambulancias (Happy Hearses) originally from San Basilio de Palenque, Colombia are bringing their Afro-Colombian music and culture to New Mexico.

During their live performance for Raíces show (on July 5th), the 9 band members shared their 500-year old cabildo/lumbalu traditions. Their drummers and voices shook KUNM!

Find out more about the band:http://lasalegresambulancias.com/

Corazón Tanguero
8:32 pm
Fri July 4, 2014

¡El tango vive!

Credit Cover: "Otro tango" by Quintegaseto

Sat. 5 July, 4:15p: Adrián PLACENTI, Argentinian pianist and composer, shares "Mis tangos de ayer y hoy", and  QUINTEGASETO from Rosario, will keep us feeling the live breath of tango. ¡EL TANGO VIVE! Tango lives!

More information:

http://adrianplacenti.com.ar/

https://www.facebook.com/quintegaseto

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Raíces
11:17 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

LAS ALEGRES AMBULANCIAS / Happy Ambulances

Credit Cover: Las Alegres Ambulancias / www.lasalegresambulancias.com

Sat. 5 July, 3p: Las Alegres Ambulancias (Happy Ambulances) originally from San Basilio de Palenque, Colombia, are bringing their Afro Colombian culture to New Mexico.

In their first day in the USA, they ´ll share their music with RAÍCES LIVE! en vivo! We will chat about their 500-year old cabildo/lumbalu culture and traditions. Their drummers will shake KUNM!

They´ll perform and teach:

Sunday, JULY 6th, 2:00 pm, Dance Workshop, National Hispanic Cultural Center - Salón Ortega, 17o1 4th St. SW, Albuquerque

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Espejos de Aztlan
5:02 pm
Mon June 30, 2014

Latin American Electroacustic Art

Credit Cover: Música Electroacústica De Compositores Latinoamericanos (Electroacoustic Music By Latin American Composers) / Compiled by: Ricardo Dal Farra - www.http://www.discogs.com/Various-M%C3%BAsica-Electroac%C3%BAstica-De-Compositores-Latinoamericanos-Electroacoustic-Music-By-Latin-Ame/release/2672132

Mon. 30 June, 7p: An interview with Dr. Ricardo Dal Farra, composer and multimedia artist, researcher, educator, performer and curator. We´ll talk about  how was Electroacustic music developed in Latin America. 

Dr. Dal Farra´s  Latin American Electroacoustic Music Collection is part of the Digital Latin America exhibition, organized by 516 Arts, in Albuquerque. You can visit this Collection here:

http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=556

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Corazón Tanguero
10:27 am
Sat June 21, 2014

FOLIAS

Credit Folias Duo / www.foliasmusic.

Sat. 21 June 4:15pm: Grand Rapids, MI based Folias Flute and Guitar Duo with flutist Carmen Maret and guitarist Andrew Bergeron play live their own compositions in a studio session. We talked about the crossing experience of  concert chamber music with Argentinian folk and tango, and their connection to nature as inspiration for their compositions.

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Raíces
12:17 pm
Thu June 12, 2014

LA SANTA CECILIA… se las trae!

Credit La Santa Cecilia / www.lasantacecilia.com - Profile Picture

Sat. 14 June, 3pm : Music and interview with "La Marisoul" o Marisol Hernández, lead singer of La Santa Cecilia, and José "Pepe" Carlos (accordion and requinto). Both have lots of stories to share: La Marisoul, a daughter of immigrants, lead a new generation of Latinos through social commentary with the Los Angeles based band. Pepe is a "Dreamer" and a member of this Grammy winning band (Best Latin Rock Album 2014) for their album Treinta Días. 

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Corazón Tanguero
8:57 pm
Fri June 6, 2014

Violentango y Amores Tangos

Credit Amores Tangos / www.amorestangos.com

Sat.  7 June, 4:15p: We´ll feature VIOLENTANGO, a new generation of musicians recreating tango from the "Rock Nacional" of the 60´s and 70´s, with a touch of  the Buenos Aires melancholy.  (http://www.violentango.com)

And AMORES TANGOS, a carnaval-tango orchestra... all tango vivo!

http://www.amorestangos.com

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Espejos de Aztlán
8:18 pm
Mon May 19, 2014

DIGITAL LATIN AMERICA & "Florcita Andina"

Credit Sisa Toaquiza - / www.sisatoaquiza.com.ec

  Mon. 2 June, 7p: From the deepest corners of Latin America we enter the digital world.   Access into the digital age modifies, creates feedback and opens new perspectives on art and folklore in Latin America.

To sample we need a window.  Sisa Toaquiza, Flor de los Andes (Flower of the Andes), an indigenous singer, a Tiqua from the Ecuadorean Highlands, shows how access to the internet and digital media permits an artist to reach a global audience from the farthest reaches of our American continents.

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-KUNM Studio Sessions
2:46 pm
Mon May 5, 2014

Cipriano Vigil

Credit Cipriano Vigil

Cipriano Vigil Live at KUNM.

During his live performance for RAÍCES (May 3rd), Cipriano Vigil, New Mexican musicologist and musician shares his songs, and his new book, “New Mexican Folk Music/Cancionero del Folklor Nuevomexicano” (UNM Press, 2014).

Find out more about Cipriano Vigil at newmexicofolkmusictreasure.com

Espejos de Aztlán
10:24 am
Mon May 5, 2014

Finally home: Ramón Dorado (unjustly deported from ABQ while heading to class years ago)

Credit Marcha Día del Trabajo/UNM Dream Team / 1 de mayo 2014 (Abq, NM,USA) Photo: Cristina Baccin

Mon. 5 May, 7p: Four years ago, Ramón Dorado Mendoza was rapidly deported after being stopped by Airport police on the I-25 as he was driving to his college classes. He came with his family to Albuquerque as a child of 6 years old from Chihuahua, México.

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RAICES
11:20 am
Fri May 2, 2014

New Mexican folk music: Cipriano Vigil... and a surprise!

Credit Cipriano Frederico Vigil, "New Mexican Folk Music/Cancionero del folklor Nuevomexicano"

Sat. 3 May, 2-4:15pm:

Composer, guitarrista and folk collector, CIPRIANO VIGIL  will come by to share his songs, stories, and his new book, "New Mexican Folk Music/Cancionero del Folklor Nuevomexicano" (UNM Press, 2014).

More info: www.newmexicofolkmusictreasure.com

And we´ll have a surprise! A Miguel de Cervantes character, PEDRO URDEMALAS will visit Raíces with a ristra de chile by the hand of the writer and advocate of traditional agriculture ESTEVAN ARELLANO.

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Corazón Tanguero
2:01 pm
Wed April 30, 2014

Austin Piazzolla Quintet

Credit Austin Piazzolla Quintet / www.apqtango.com

Sat. 17 May, 4:15pm: In an interview with violinist James Anderson, founder of the Austin Piazzolla Quintet we´ll talk about the connection of the Quintet to Piazzolla´s music, the freedom to create, improvise and recreate through Piazzolla´s inspiration.

You´ll listen their awe-inspiring, and at the same time, playful brushes of music all along the show!

More info: www.apq.com

The AUSTIN PIAZZOLLA QUINTET will play in New Mexico :

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Corazón Tanguero
1:54 pm
Wed April 30, 2014

From Buenos Aires: QUINTETO NEGRO LA BOCA

Credit Quinteto Negro La Boca / http://www.quintetonegrolaboca.com.ar

Sat. 3 May, 4:15 pm:  From an iconic tanguero neighborhood of Buenos Aires, La Boca, we converse with Pablo Bernaba, founder of QUINTETO NEGRO LA BOCA.

In their impressive successful show Tangos negros y libertarios, the QNLB performs traditional, new, and socially-involved tango with the lyrics of the Argentinian writer, Osvaldo Bayer (author of La Patagonia Rebelde).

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Corazón Tanguero
7:48 pm
Fri April 18, 2014

Spring Tango / Tango de primavera

Credit "Naranjo en Flor" by Wanda Wainsten / http://www.wandawainsten.com

Sat. 19 April, 4:15p: Different versions of two classics: "Naranjo en Flor/Orange tree in bloom"  (1944, brothers Homero and Virgilio Expósito), and "Primavera Porteña/Buenos Aires Spring" (1970, Astor Piazzolla), to celebrate the beginning Springtime en clave de tango ... 

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-KUNM Studio Sessions
4:43 pm
Thu April 17, 2014

Casey Neill: Poet and Political Singer

Music and Conversation with singer songwriter Casey Niell

From Portland, Casey Neill was in our Control Room between concerts of his solo tour presenting a new album "All You Pretty Vandals."

During his live performance for Afternoon Freeform (April 16th), he shared his songs filled with irony, romance, stories, and social commentary.

Find out more about Casey Neill at caseyneill.org.

AFTERNOON FREEFORM
7:10 pm
Tue April 15, 2014

Casey Neill: poetic & political singer

Credit Casey Neill 2013 / http://www.caseyneill.org/

Wed. 4/16 3p: Casey Neill joins us in the studio, stopping by between concerts of his solo tour presenting a new album All You Pretty Vandals. Be ready to travel throughout the American landscape with Casey Neill´s songs filled with irony, romance,  stories, and social commentary.

Casey Neill performs locally:

Wednesday, April 16th,

12 pm (noon): Special Collections Library (423 Central NE, Albuquerque, NM)

6:30pm: Taylor Ranch Library (5700 Bogart NW, Albuquerque, NM)

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RAICES
8:39 pm
Thu April 3, 2014

Balkanazo mexicano y chacarera

Credit Que tiene la Chacarera, by Sebastian Caceres, 2010

Sat. 5 April, 2p: Did you know that the Balkans moved to the Americas? Well... this Saturday, the Balkanazo Tropical is coming from Mexico!
Afterwards, we´ll move from North to South America with chacarera, music from the Argentinian folk heart: traditional, electronic, fusion with other genres, and even for children! Chacarera para todos los gustos! Y mucho más!

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Corazón Tanguero
8:21 pm
Thu April 3, 2014

Avant-garde, protest tango... more new tango!

Poster: Proyecto LCB
www.orquestodromo.com.ar

Sat. 5 April, 4:15p: We´ll feature hip-hop tango by PROTESTANGO, and Marcelo Lodigiani in his experimental tango compositions, and LCB PROJECT. Más tango nuevo... de protesta, de vanguardia!
More info:
http://protestango.tk/

Corazón Tanguero
7:03 pm
Wed April 2, 2014

Galleguita

Credit http://www.chroniquesdetango.ch

Sat. 15 Feb. 4:15p: CORAZÓN TANGUERO brings to you, "GALLEGUITA" (young Galician girl). In this 1923 tango, Gardel, León Gieco, Libertad Lamarque, The Chieftains and Galician Celtic musician Carlos Núñez honor the story of an immigrant -from Spain to Argentina- who was prostituted to be able to send money back home.

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Espejos de Aztlán
2:42 pm
Fri March 28, 2014

"Behind closed doors"

Credit Agostino Brunias (Italian, circa 1730–1796), "Free Women of Color with Their Children and Servants in a Landscape", circa 1770–96. Oil on canvas / Brooklyn Museum

Mon. 31 March, 7p: Come stroll with us inside a typical house belonging to a wealthy "criollo" (Creole, a Spaniard -usually a mestizo- born in the Americas). We´ll share this walk guided by Andrew Connors, Art Curator of the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. Intrigue, opulence, loyalty, and at the same time, deep social and identity conflicts with the Spanish Crown and Catholic religion are on display in a powerful exhibition about race, lineage, and place of birth intertwined with the richness derived by work of subjugated and enslaved indigenous and African peoples. 

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Corazón Tanguero
11:17 am
Sat March 15, 2014

Tango hecho por mujeres - Tango Made by Women (II)

Credit Colección Midnight Tango de Ayres – Foto: Ayres

Sat. 15  March, 4:15p: Is Tango, today, a woman´s affair transforming this  formerly masculine dominant music? 

We´ll continue celebrating International Women´s Day featuring contemporary women musicians, bands, and composers.

Raíces
9:46 am
Sat March 15, 2014

Jorgito KAMANKOLA: "Antes que lo prohíban" (Before it´s forbidden)

Credit Picture: CD cover of Jorgito Kamankola-"Antes que lo prohiban"

Sat. 15 March 2:30pm, we´ll share the afternoon conversing with Jorgito KAMANKOLA from La Habana, CUBA about his new project: ANTES QUE LO PROHIBAN (Before it´s forbidden). Host: Cristina Baccin
Streaming on line: www.kunm.org
Picture: Jorgito Kamankola

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Espejos de Aztlan
7:00 pm
Sun March 2, 2014

An audio portrait of a photographer: DON USNER

Credit "Don Usner" by Cheye Pagel / www.donusner.com

Mon. 3 March, 7pm: We converse with Don USNER, photographer and writer, in his Santa Fe studio. Throughout his life, Usner´s  main focus has been the depiction of beauty, and -at the same time- the social contrasts of the Rio Grande Valley.

His reflections about northern New Mexico history and culture can be deeply appreciated through his camera lens: from the enchantment of a typical colourful New Mexican landscape to the black and white drama of the gente del pueblo.

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Corazón Tanguero
3:11 pm
Thu February 27, 2014

Tango hecho por mujeres - Tango Made by Women (I)

Credit Credit: Carla Algeri / http://www.carlaalgeri.com.ar

Sat. 1  March, 4:15p: Is Tango, a masculine music talking about women?  Or, today... the sensuality and creativity of tango however, is a woman's affair…?  We´ll celebrate International Women´s Day featuring contemporary women musicians, bands, and composers.

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Espejos de Aztlán
11:04 pm
Sun February 2, 2014

ESTEVAN ARELLANO: "El agua es como la sangre que corre en el cuerpo"

Credit www.nmcf.org / New Mexico Community Foundation

Mon. 3 Feb. 7 pm: Join us for a conversation with Juan Estevan Arellano, sitting close to his centennial iron estufa, discussing acequias, importance of water in New Mexican settlement, and New Mexico's legacy.

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Raíces
10:45 am
Thu January 30, 2014

Galician Celtic music: Carlos Núñez

Credit www.carlos-nunez.com

Sat. 15 Feb. 2:30p: CARLOS NÚÑEZ, the magician of the gaita, Galician bagpipe, speaks with us about the magic of Galician celtic music, from the Northwestern region of Spain, and its relationship to the other celtic music traditions from around the world, including Latin America.  Our conversation is filled with sparks of light, mystery and revelation.

As part of Carlos Núñez 2014 North America Tour,  he will play in New Mexico:

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Corazón Tanguero
12:24 am
Fri January 17, 2014

Afro roots in tango

Credit Poster: "Tango Negro", movie by Dom Pedro / http://en.unesco.org/events/premiere-tango-negro-dom-pedro

Sat. Jan. 18th, 4:15 pm:  Tango negro, tango-candombe, tango canyengue, tango-landó to celebrate Afro roots in tango for Martin Luther King´s anniversary.

RAICES
11:18 pm
Thu January 16, 2014

Afro roots

Credit “Osain” by Samuel Lind / Cover of the book: "CapáCapa Prieto" de Yvonne Denis Rosario

Sat. 18 Jan. 2p: We´ll commemorate Martin Luther King birthday featuring poesia negra by Luis Palés Matos (Puerto Rico),  Nicolás Guillén (Cuba), and music that celebrates Afro roots in Latin America.

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Espejos de Aztlan
2:58 pm
Mon January 6, 2014

Mexican tastes and flavors with Chef Fernando Olea

Credit "Cosecha de tomates" by Rafael Santillana

Mon. 6 Jan. 7pm: Join us in a celebration of tastes and flavors coming from the kitchen of Mexican Chef Fernando Olea in today´s "Día de los Reyes Magos" (Three Magi).

Fernando Olea, originally from Mexico,  is fascinated by the cuisine of the pre-Columbian indigenous people of his native country, especially the moles. As part of the non-profit organization Cooking with Kids, Olea -in conjuction with other chefs- participates in the "Chefs move to schools" Mrs. Obama program, a part of the “Let’s Move!” campaign to end the epidemic of childhood obesity.

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Corazón Tanguero
9:42 pm
Fri January 3, 2014

Tango de película or tango soundtracks

Credit "Tango", by Carlos Saura

Sat. 4 Jan. 4:15p: Tango de película... Tango music as soundtrack or main star of a movie. "Watch" a tango or listen a movie through our compilation of songs.

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