Creation and Interpretation of Boleros in Cuba

13 February 2018 01:00 PM – 03:00 PM
Location: Ethnomusicology Lab, B544 Schoenberg Music Buildin, Charles E Young Drive East 445, Los Angeles, California
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"Creation and Interpretation of Boleros in Cuba"
Lecture by María del Rosario Hernández
Dean of the School of Music, Instituto Superior de las Artes (ISA), Havana, Cuba

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
1:00–3:00pm
Room B544, Schoenberg Music Building, UCLA
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Lecture is in Spanish, with simultaneous translation into English.

This lecture will focus on the bolero, a slow, romantic song and dance genre originally from Cuba, but popularized in Mexico and the rest of Latin America.

María del Rosario Hernández studied at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, where she received a Master of Arts degree in musicology, as well as at the Instituto Superior de las Artes in Havana, where she received a Master of Arts degree (with mention in music). She is currently Dean of the School of Music and a professor in the Department of Musicology at the Instituto Superior de las Artes (ISA), Havana, Cuba.

This lecture is sponsored by the UCLA Center for Latino Arts (CLA).

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