FRIDAY, MARCH 16 | 8PM | Cabo Sur: Juana Monsalve, voice and Natalia Lozano, cello
An evening of Latin American folk music
Alguien Le Dice Al Tango – J. L. Borges/Astor Piazzolla
Pueblito Viejo – José A. Morales
El Alcaraván – Simón Díaz
Drume Negrita – Eliseo Grenet
Naranjo En Flor – Homero Expósito/Virgilio Expósito
Fina Estampa – Chabuca Granda
Canción De Las Simples Cosas – Armando Tejada Gómez/César Isella
Quebradita – Juana Monsalve
Chega De Saudade – Antonio Carlos Jobim
Cucurrucucu Paloma – Tomás Méndez
La Niña Vestida de Luna – Flora Jimenez/Juana Monsalve
Applications for performances in the MIT Chapel will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. To be considered for a concert in the MIT Chapel, please submit the following:
☐ A brief program proposal (description, proposed repertoire, etc.)
☐ Individual or ensemble biography and CV (if applicable)
☐ 1-2 audio or video recordings
via email or mail to: email@example.com
MIT Office of Religious Life
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Ave. Building W11
Cambridge, MA 02139
There is no charge for use of the Chapel for these concerts. You may not sell tickets, but you may collect free-will donations at the door as well as sell CDs or other merchandise at the concert.
An organ and upright piano are available in the Chapel and are maintained on a regular basis; the cost for any additional tuning will be the responsibility of the performers. It is the responsibility of the performers to provide and transport any other instruments or sound equipment.
Basic set-up needs will be accommodated, such as music stands and chairs for the performers.
Some publicity within the MIT community will be provided, but the performers are responsible for program and publicity design and printing.