Sat. 3/9th 2:00 p: "La Catrina Quartet”will perform live to celebrate with RAÍCES their 2012 Latin Grammy for their work on the album “Brasileiro, works of Mignone” by Cuarto Latinoamericano. The award-winning CD, on the Sono Lumnius label, won for Best Classical Recording, with the ensemble collaborating on Francisco Mignone’s “Seresta for double quartet.” They were hailed by Yo-Yo Ma as wonderful ambassadors of music.
Sat. 2/16 2p: A feast of Hispanic Chamber music will be introduced by Guillermo Figueroa (Artistic Director of The Figueroa Music and Arts Project Chamber Ensemble). In a live interview, we´ll talk about his new concert "FIESTA LATINA!" with... music to capture the imagination and memory!
Mon. 2/4 7p: New Executive Director of the National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation, Julie Morgas Baca will share with us her projects for the future of the most beloved Latin Center of New Mexico.
Sat. 1/26 4p: A tribute to Chilean singer Victor Jara. Forty years after his assassination by the Chilean dictatorship, a trial of 8 ex-military officials will finally bring some justice. We´ll listen to some of his original songs, and other tunes in hommage to him.
Sat. Jan 5th, 2p: The Three Wise Men will come tonight to leave their gifts to children. Remember to leave your shoes outside! ... Don´t you know that Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar will come to your house TONIGHT!!??? Celebrate your inner child with us, and the last day of Christmas on RAÍCES. Santa Claus is gone... isn´t it?
Mon. Jan.7th 7p: The Department of Homeland Security announced a rule to support family unity during waiver process. We´ll discuss it with Olsi Vrapi (Adjunct Professor of Law at the UNM, and member of American Immigration Lawyers Association); Marcela Diaz (Executive Director, Somos un Pueblo Unido), and Javier Martinez (Associate Director, Partnership Community Action).
Mon. Dec 10th, 7pm: Carmela Chavez, writer of "Bearing it. The life of a New Mexico Woman" will talk with us about her courage for life as a descendant of Native Americans and a Spanish conquistador. Join us in this life-journey!
Mon. Dec. 10th, 7:30p: I asked to Gladys, a Puerto Rican woman working in Santa Fe: what do you miss during Holiday time? She answered: "I miss the sea"... Today we´ll play Latin American music that celebrates the sea to please Gladys´s memories.
Mon. Nov. 26, 7p: Frank Leto will join us to talk about Pandemonium and their celebration of "CARNAVAL" through musical styles of Cuba, Trinidad, Brazil and New Orleans. This Thursday, November 29th, the band will present an evening of original music at the Outpost Performance Space with rhythms, such as the samba, frevo, batucada, calypso, comparsa and more of this pan-Caribbean all-star ensemble.
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.