Garifuna Language and Garifuna Spirituality As Reflected in Garifuna Music Explored at Workshop and Panel Discussion in the Bronx

Exploring Garifuna Language at this event are acclaimed Garifuna music and dance artists Aurelio Martinez, Rhodel Rhodee Castillo, Lucy Blanco and Luz Soliz along with other talents to be a part of this unique workshop and panel discussion.

Bronx, New York — A two-way Workshop and Panel Discussion about Garifuna Language and Garifuna Spirituality as reflected through Garifuna Music will take place in the Bronx.  As presented by The Garifuna Jazz Ensemble and the Bronx Music Heritage Center, in conjunction with The Residency by Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation this presentation is sure to astound and enlighten.

Hosted by Garifuna Music Artist (and owner of famed Chicago Caribbean Restaurant, Garifuna Flava), Rhodel “Rhodee” Castillo from Belize, panelists scheduled to take part in this event include:

Garifuna Music, Lucy Blanco, Luz Soliz, Aurelio Martinez, Rhodel Rhodee Castillo, Andy Ordoñez, Garifuna Spirituality

Artists of Garifuna Heritage, Lucy Blanco, Aurelio Martinez, Rhodel Castillo, Luz Soliz and Andy Ordonez all are scheduled to take part in an interactive workshop and panel discussion exploring Garifuna Language and Spirituality as reflected through music in the Bronx on FRIDAY, November 10th 2017. Illustration by Teofilo Colon Jr.

This special event will take place on FRIDAY, November 10th 2017 at the Bronx Music Heritage Center.   It is FREE and Open to the Public and will begin at 7pm.

Bronx Music Heritage Center

1303 Louis Nine Blvd

Bronx, NY 10459

Here is a promotional video featuring an interview with Rhodel “Rhodee” Castillo, as he talked about his music album, “In Exile”.

This event has been made possible with support from Chamber Music America through its Residency Endowment Fund.  This event is FREE and Open to the Public.

Copyright 2017 by Teofilo Colon Jr. (a.k.a. “Tio Teo”).  All Rights Reserved. Telephone: (646) 961-3674.

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