Come enjoy the Afro-Cuban folkloric drums, dances, and songs of rumba. Rumba is the word used for a group of related, community-oriented, music and dance styles in Cuba. Rumba developed in rural Cuba, with strong influences from African drumming and Spanish poetry and singing.
Free, Donations Encouraged!
Diversity Trainer and Filmmaker Lee Mun Wah’s incredible film “If These Halls Could Talk” showcases, through the dynamic conversations of real college students, how racism and oppression are still very present on our college campuses today.
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Puerto-Rican jam session with percussion, song and dance! Bomba y Plena Workshop Bay Area invites you to jam with us! Celebrate life through music, dance and good people. Bomba, Plena, y mas como siempre. Don’t miss it! This is a family and child/youth friendly event and is a great way to spend your Sunday!!
$5 Suggested Donation
Ultrafaux (8pm) performs strictly original music which is influenced by Romani, Manouche, swing, funk, blues, and musette.
Barrio Manouche (9.30pm) is Javier Jiménez’s new acoustic adventure in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Zapotec culture, through the “muxe” identity, includes homosexuality, gayness and same-sex marriage as a part of the society: A muxe is a man who assumes affective, emotional and sexual roles that are culturally reserved for women.
In this presentation, the artist portray the zapotec man-woman through dance, and invites the spectator to participate in the “female rites of passage”.