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Music, conversation and more ...
Camino Arts produces and presents cultural events under its own banner, through its individual artist members and through our partnerships with the FDR Foundation at Harvard and the John Steinbeck Center at San Jose State. These listings are updated regularly and we encourage you to also visit the online platforms serving our partnership institutions and members. Ticketed events will link to box office and address information where applicable.
Events include world premier music performances, international programs of Latin American music, conferences and festivals, and curated conversations with leading Latino writers, influencers, scholars and artists. Be sure to bookmark this page to keep track of our ongoing activities.
Thanks and we hope to meet you soon!
New and past events
January 20, 21 and 22, 2017
Second Annual Conference and Festival on the Intersection of the Arts and Climate Change at Harvard
Three days of concerts, workshops and dialogue, co-produced with the FDR Foundation at Harvard University, kicked off with the Unity Ball on January 20.
Supported with a major gift from Thomas Steyer and Kathryn Taylor.
Full schedule available here.
Marisa Canales - flute
Patrick Jee - cello
Moisès Fernández - piano
Performing the music of Samuel Zyman
October 28, 2016
7:30 PM Tsai Performance Center 685 Commonwealth Avenue. Boston, MA 02215
October 14, 15 and 16, 2016
Unitas Ensemble Presents: Caminito - Celebrating The Music of Argentina
October 14, 2016
St. John's Episcopal Church
1 Roanoak Avenue,
Jamiaca Plain, MA.
Tickets available through www.unitasensemble.com
WORLD PREMIER - Flute Sonata No. 2 by Samuel Zyman
Marisa Canales, flute
Friday, August 12, 2016
1:30 PM PST
National Flute Association Annual Convention
Town and Country Resort Hotel
500 Hotel Circle N
San Diego, CA. 92108
The Camerata of Cuahuila Presents:
"Del Barco al Mambo"
Two concertos for oboe by
Alessandro Marcello and Tomaso Albinoni
and from the creator of the mambo:
Suit de las Américas by
Damaso Pérez Prado
Oboe: Gianfranco Bortolato
Maestro Benjamin Juárez Echenique guest conductor
Friday August 26, 2106 8:30PM
Camino Arts and the Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies co-present:
Francisco Jiménez in Conversation with Lalo Alcaraz
Wednesday, September 28, Student Union Theater at San José State University at 7:30PM (doors open at 7PM)
Tickets available through Ticketmaster.