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The 12th biennial Latin American Music Festival will celebrate “lo mejor de Venezuela,” or the best of Venezuela, including musical performances from international guest artists as well as TCU School of Music students and faculty.

Guest artists include Pacho Flores, a world renowned trumpet soloist; Eddy Marcano, one of the most celebrated South American violinists; Jorge Polanco, a young, self-educated player of the cuatro, an instrument similar to a ukulele; Layo Puentes, a C/bass and maracas instrumentalist who studied at Carnegie Mellon University; and Latin Grammy Award-winning singer María Teresa Chacín.

The 12th biennial Latin American Music Festival will celebrate “lo mejor de Venezuela,” or the best of Venezuela, including musical performances from international guest artists as well as TCU School of Music students and faculty.

Guest artists include Pacho Flores, a world renowned trumpet soloist; Eddy Marcano, one of the most celebrated South American violinists; Jorge Polanco, a young, self-educated player of the cuatro, an instrument similar to a ukulele; Layo Puentes, a C/bass and maracas instrumentalist who studied at Carnegie Mellon University; and Latin Grammy Award-winning singer María Teresa Chacín.

The 12th biennial Latin American Music Festival will celebrate “lo mejor de Venezuela,” or the best of Venezuela, including musical performances from international guest artists as well as TCU School of Music students and faculty.

Guest artists include Pacho Flores, a world renowned trumpet soloist; Eddy Marcano, one of the most celebrated South American violinists; Jorge Polanco, a young, self-educated player of the cuatro, an instrument similar to a ukulele; Layo Puentes, a C/bass and maracas instrumentalist who studied at Carnegie Mellon University; and Latin Grammy Award-winning singer María Teresa Chacín.

WHEN

WHERE

Texas Christian University
2800 S. University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129
https://finearts.tcu.edu/music/events-and-programs/festivals/latin-american-music-festival/

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Admission is free.
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