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Chirihue 

When: Fri., Feb. 12 2016
Tonight at 7 at John Knox Presbyterian Church in North Olmsted, the Latin American Music Collective Chirihue plays a roots-inspired fusion concert, performing songs from Central and South America. Chirihue's music is “a vital expression of the human experience in Latin America, with poignant connections to specific regional traditions.” Singer/songwriter/ethnomusicologist Emily Pinkerton, who’ss performed Chilean music for almost two decades, joins them on the bill. This tour is made possible in part through support from the University of Pittsburgh and through a collaboration between Karen S. Goldman, Assistant Director of the Center for Latin American Studies, and Emily Pinkerton, Ethnomusicology Instructor in the Department of Music, who organized an artist residency for Chirihue in 2013. Admission is free. (Niesel) 25200 Lorain Road, North Olmsted.

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