Sat. Nov. 3rd, 2p: Celebramos el Día de los Muertos con más música! Llámenos, escríbanos para dedicar una canción a sus seres queridos! Nuestro teléfono durante el programa es: (505) 277-5615. O escríbame a : firstname.lastname@example.org
Day of Dead! Let us know if you want to dedicate a song to your loved ones! Our telephone: (505) 277-5615. Or write me to: email@example.com
Sat. Oct. 27, 3p: Cuban Pianist and Composer Hilario Durán is interviewed from Canada by host Cristina Baccin.
One of the most innovative creators of Afro-Cuban music & Latin Jazz will be in Albuquerque with Canadian flautist and saxophonist Jane Bunnett. They join their forces with legendary Cuban percussionist Candido Camero to present a new creation: "Cuban Raphsody" at the Outpost Performance Space, on November 1st at 7:30pm.
Sat. Oct 20, 2p: From Spain to Tierra del Fuego, a musical trip to the diversity of mestiza music of the Americas. In spite of the European Conquest, mestiza and indigenous music is alive. In this journey, we´ll go with you to the Caribbean Islands, and end with the "Gigantes del Sur" in Tierra del Fuego. Let´s celebrate the richness of this music!
Mon. 10/15 9.30p: Qtango Orchestra leader, Erskine Maytorena, and Albuquerque Tango Festival organizer, Daniel Boardman, will be our guests on Corazón Tanguero to talk about 2012 Festival, "Por amor al tango" show, and everything about NEW MEXICO TANGO WEEK!
Mon. Oct 8, 7p: Property rights regarding land and water were not fully respected in the years after 1848. We´ll talk about the struggle of nuevomexicanos to recover land and water rights, especially among who are heirs of community land grants.
This is an active movement regarging LAND GRANT-mercedes, an on-going burning issue with approximately thirty community land grants actively engaged with each other, U.S. and New Mexico state agencies, and the public.
Mon. 10/1, 9:30p: We shall talk with Argentinian psychotherapist, and tango dancer, Cecilia Biglieri about the healing power of tango. A "milongueras" show to share the benefits of tango music with you!
Mon. Sept/24 7:30p: Latin American songs, from boleros to protest songs saying NO! to a lost love or unreliable politicians. Be ready to listen sweet, romantic, angry, and funny NOs.
De nuestro cancionero latinoamericano, desde boleros a canciones de protesta que dicen ¡NO! a un amor perdido o a políticos traicioneros. Escuche con nosotros los NO cantados con dulzura, enojo, romanticismo y alegría.
Sat 9/15 2.30p: Five women of TEATRO CHICANA will perform one of their scripts of "Teatro Chicana: the Collective memoirs", and play live music with us.
They began in San Diego State University as a group of Chicana women participating in a political theatre group during the seventies. Their plays addressed social, gender, and political issues of the working class and the Chicano Movement. We´ll talk with them about the power of theater to provoke social and personal change.
Mon. 9/10 7.30-10.00 pm: "Las No Tan Conocidas". Latin American women singers from throughout the Americas that you might not know... like Adriana, Ana, Arahi, Adella, Badi, Barbara, Bebe and more! Enjoy with us this musical diversity sang by female voices. Host: Cristina Baccin
Mon. 9/10, 7p: Poet and community organizer, publisher of MÁS TEQUILA Review, Richard Vargas will talk with us about the panel "CAN TUCSON HAPPEN HERE?" that will take place at this year´s ALBUQUERQUE CULTURAL CONFERENCE (Sept. 28-30). Host: Cristina Baccin
Mon. 8/20 7.30p: Music in Spanish is written with the letter A ... Music is a Feminine gender word! Let´s explore young women singers throughout Latin America:you will enjoy to know them! Host: Cristina Baccin
MusicAse escribe con A de género femenino... Descubramos juntos el mundo de jóvenes mujeres cantantes latinoamericanas: rapperAs, trovadorAs, cantadorAs...
Sat. 8/11, 2p: The duo, vocalist Debo Orlofsky and guitarist Tony Cesarano, will play live Brazilian music! From Jobim to Joyce, Jazz Brasileiro is synonymous with Brazilian Jazz, playing both classic bossa nova and a wide range of contemporary Brazilian music.
Mon. 8/13 7pm: Marcela Diaz, from Somos Un Pueblo Unido, will discuss the release of a new report detailing local law enforcement compliance with a 2009 law that bans racial profiling and other forms of bias-based policing. Three years after the 2009 ban went into effect, the study finds that the large majority of local law enforcement agencies in New Mexico are not in basic compliance.
Mon. Aug 6, 7p: Donatello Brida, Italian leader of the portuguese tango orchestra TANO BRANCAMENTA Y LA MISERIA DE LUXE talks with us about what his "GARAGE-TANGO". Enjoy this conversation about his love for Argentinian tango, playing it with the accordion in Lisbon and Europe. He is the accordeon player of O´questrada, popular Portuguese band. (Interview in Italian with voice over in English). Host: Cristina Baccin
Sat. 8/4 2p: Joanne Shenandoah, one of the most important voices for the Oneida people and the Native American country, visits Albuquerque this weekend for her concert at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. She´ll talk with host Cristina Baccin about her tribute to the life of cycles of women, our balance with mother earth, and her new album "Lifegivers".
Mon. 7/12 7p: After the ruling was disclosed, are you still confused about how the last Supreme Court decision vs. Arizona Immigration law will affect especially, Latino immigrants?
María Estela de Ríos, member of MALDEF will talk with us about “show the papers” and profiling effects. MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund) is the nation´s leading Latino civil rights organization founded in 1968.