Mariachi fans offered opportunity to learn about music they love

November 29, 2018 by  

Learning and music will come together to create a dynamic experience for residents of Dallas, and it will explore the history, cultural significance, and modern trends of mariachi music.

Mariachi is believed to have first developed in Mexico in the 19th Century, and the event will follow its journey from its early days in the states of Michoacán, Colima, and Nayarit right up to today. The educational piece will be highlighted by live performances of this style of music, and Mariachi Mexicanisimo and Javier Aguilar will be sharing their talents with the crowd.

The University of North Texas’s Jose R. Torres-Ramos will be serving as the guide for this exploration of mariachi, including its cultural significance, when and where it tends to be played and some of the well-known performers. It is being offered through the support of the Fort Worth Opera and the Latino Cultural Center, and it will be held in its 2600 Live Oak Street in Dallas.

An event like this can be of interest to everyone from music lovers, to culture and history buffs. A poster printing company will be able to create an assortment of eye-catching items that promote it to the community.

This opportunity to learn more about mariachi will be offered to the public on January 31. Anyone with questions can contact the planner through its website.

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