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  • ... mariachi music is heard everywhere, it's hard to imagine a time when it was next to unknown in the U.S. Nati Cano and his ... beginning in Mexico through his establishment of L.A.'s La Fonda Restaurant, collaboration with Linda Ronstadt and massively popular ...
  • ... traditional phrasings and instrumentation, the first piece shows the group willing to experiment with the mariachi form. Mariachi ... (Delfin Records, 1996)Fiesta Navidad (Delfin Records, 1997) Viva el Mariachi (Smithsonian Folkways, 2003)¡Llegaron Los Camperos ! ...
  • ... (bass guitar), and his father, Sotero Cano , excelled at playing the full repertoire of mariachi stringed instruments. Nati showed a ...
  • ... with CDK Productions, to air the second season of Live @ the Ford , an upbeat performance series, taped exclusively for KCET ... of Ricardo Flores Magón, inspired by the Mexican variety shows of 1920 in Los Angeles and written by author Rubén Martínez, ...
  • ... Los Angeles where he was eventually offered a position at the Million Dollar Theater, the epicenter of Latino music and a cultural ... Avitia where he disrespected the band in front of a live audience, and an incident in Lubbock, Texas where Nati was refused ...
  • ... Arts, as well as contributions from partners UCLA Live , USC, Los Angeles Ballet, Live @ The Ford , and Fine Cut. Hosted by internationally-acclaimed mezzo-soprano opera ... what it is presenting, an advantage not usually available at live events. ...
  • ... Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Company as showcased on KCET's Live @ The Ford series. From Baja California to the Rio Grande, L.A.'s premier ...
  • ... Bronx, Soja came to L.A . in 1972. During his years at UCLA a radical shift began in the nature of the urbanization process. Soja ... the region. He also goes back to the Cold War era, and shows how the city came to where it is. He uses the Watts Riots of 1965 ...
  • ... They mark historic events that demand our attention — at least for one day out of the year. More than pushing us into the future, ... to commemorate and reflect on this historic milestone. ¡ Viva México! Coverage of Mexico's Independence Day:Hundreds of Thousands ...
  • ... of mariachi in school curriculums that began in 1961-2 at UCLA's Institute for Ethnomusicology by Donn Borcherdt. He created a ... and first female mariachi Rebecca Gonzales both frequented La Fonda restaurant in the 1970s. Fueled by the Chicano movement, mariachi ...

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