Get Happy with an Electrifying Set by Blind Music Maestro Julio y su Teclado Mágico | KCET
Get Happy with an Electrifying Set by Blind Music Maestro Julio y su Teclado Mágico
Southland Sessions Presents: From high school operas and drive-thru art exhibitions to Chicano comedies and underground DJ sets—we are showcasing the vibrancy of arts and culture across our city today.
Get happy and dance to an energetic performance by blind one-man band Julio y su Teclado Mágico, featuring his unique interpretations of Cumbia, Norteño, Soul and R&B classics.
This performance is the first installment in Grand Performances' series of performances at the Lodge Room in Highland Park. See more performances from this series and more here.
About Julio y su Teclado Mágico
Blind since birth, Mexican American Julio Morones, the man behind Julio y su Teclado Mágico, is a multi-instrumentalist. He has earned an international fanbase for his unbelievably fast and precise keyboard style.
About Grand Performances
Hailed as the “Best Free Outdoor Summer Concert Series” by Los Angeles Magazine and called “a grand gift to the public” by L.A. Times, Grand Performances celebrates its 34th season of presenting high-quality music, dance, theater and more in 2020. Its mission is to inspire community, celebrate diversity, and unite Los Angeles through free access to global performing arts.
Title: Grand Performances presents Grace Oh (Heritage Square Series)
Featuring: Grace Oh
Presented By: Grand Performances
Originally Presented: Sept. 17, 2020
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Top Image: Julio Morones' keyboard is set up. | Azul Amaral, Courtesy of Grand Performances
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