Musica Franklin Community Night--Latin American Trio

Wednesday, February 24, 5:30 pm until 6:30 pm
Remote Via Zoom or Facebook live stream

**email info@musicafranklin.org for live Zoom link or watch on Facebook livestream**

Join Musica Franklin for a free, interactive community night featuring guest artists Andres Echeverry (guitar), Gerson Eguiguren (violin, viola, vocals), and Ana Maria Villa (vocals). The trio will offer a program of Latin American songs that will travel through a variety of genres and styles from this diverse culture. The concert will be family-friendly, educational, and presented in Spanish and English. Be ready to ask questions and have a wonderful time with these amazing artists!

Originally from Colombia, Echeverry is renowned for his extraordinary, passionate and energetic performance full of sensibility, complex rhythmic elements, and a fusion of different genres that always inspire the audiences and artists he plays for. Hailing from Ecuador, Eguiguren has performed alongside recognized figures around the globe. He holds a degree in contemporary music with a focus in jazz, Brazilian music, and vocal improv from the University of the Hemispheres in Quito. Ana María Villa is a 25-year-old performer and vocalist from Bogotá, Colombia. She studied and performed musical theater in Bogotá for seven years before moving to Boston, Massachusetts, to pursue a career in music. All three are graduates of Berklee College of Music.

Please be advised: as a public event, the Zoom will be livestreamed to Facebook and recorded for later broadcast on our social media. If you do not wish to appear, please turn your camera off when you join and rename yourself if you wish. As an added precaution if you wish to preserve anonymity, please send us an email and we will do our best to black out any places your image has inadvertently appeared before the recording is published.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Greenfield and Montague local cultural councils, local agencies which are supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency. Musica Franklin is grateful for their support.

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