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c/o Center for Traditional Music and Dance
32 Broadway, Suite 1314
New York, New York 10004-1626

Tel: 212.571.1555 ext. 27
Fax: 212.571.9052
pachamama@ctmd.org

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Pachamama Peruvian Arts is an initiative of the Center for Traditional Music and Dance: www.ctmd.org
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Open House 2008
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The Center for Traditional Music and Dance
and Pachamama Peruvian Arts present

El Nino

Friday, February 1, 2008, 7:30 PM


PS 212 Queens
34-25 82nd Street, Jackson Heights, New York

Free!

Featuring the students of Pachamama Peruvian Arts and their master instructors: Luz Pereira, Rosa Carhuallanqui, Patricio Paucar and Héctor Morales, El Niño is an original musical based on a Peruvian folk narrative.  A sorcerer traps the spirit of La Niña, the goddess responsible for cooling the ocean waters off of Peru. The only way to release her is through the sound of the pututo (shell horn), the playing of music and the elaborate dance of the god El Niño.  Written by Carlos D. Bernales, El Niño showcases Pachamama Peruvian Arts students performing cajón, zampoña, quena, charango, marinera norteña,marinera Limeña. Special guest artists include dancers Marcos Napa and Michael Ortiz with Eric Kurimski on guitar and Ileana Santamaria on vocals.

Directions: Subway - #7 to 82nd Street, (walk 3 blocks north). 
Bus - Q32 to 81st Street. 
Information: 212-571-1555 ext 27 or gmhamilton@ctmd.org


Pachamama Peruvian Arts is a program of the Center for Traditional Music and Dance and offers free weekly classes of traditional Peruvian music and dance to children ages 7-17 at PS 212, Queens.

Major support for Pachamama Peruvian Arts was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the National Endowment for the Arts Heritage and Preservation Program, New York State Music Fund, established by the New York State Attorney General at the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, and American Express. Additional support was provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts Folk Arts Program, a State agency, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Council Member Helen Sears, Independence Community Foundation, Con Edison, Gilder Foundation, The Guitar Center Music Foundation, Peruvian Connection, Leslie Ogan and the friends and families of Pachamama Peruvian Arts. Special thanks to Principal Ellis, PS 212. Pachamama Peruvian Arts uses Latin Percussion (LP) brand instruments.


Center for Traditional Music and Dance
32 Broadway, Suite 1314
New York, New York 10004

212-571-1555
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Free!
Pachamama Peruvian Arts
Open House and Registration

Friday, September 28, 2007, 7:30pm, at PS 212 Queens

Apply for free weekly classes in Andean music, cajón, marinera Limeña & resbalosa, marinera norteña, marinera Puneña & pandilla, and Carapachos.

Pachamama Peruvian Arts is thrilled to offer free classes of traditional Peruvian music and dance at PS 212 in Jackson Heights, Queens.  On Friday, September 28th from 7:30-10pm we are pleased hold our fifth Open House at PS 212 where we cordially invite families to enjoy live music and dance and all new and returning students to register for weekly classes. This wonderful event will feature our Master Instructors demonstrating the artistic forms we offer, including: Luz Pereira, marinera Limeña and resbalosa; Hector Morales, cajón; Rosa Carhuallanqui, marinera norteña and Carapachos; Peter Apaza, marinera Puneña and pandilla; and Patricio Paucar, Andean music. Classes are open to children ages 7-14, from all backgrounds and any neighborhood.  Children can meet with our instructors and apply for the class they are most interested in. This event is free and open to families with interested children.

Directions: PS 212 Queens, 34-25 82nd Street, Jackson Heights
Subway: #7 train to 82nd St. Jackson Heights
Bus: Q32 to 81st Street
Information: 212-571-1555 ext 27 or gmhamilton@ctmd.org

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Jun07 Show

Featuring the students of Pachamama Peruvian Arts and their master instructors – Luz Pereira, Rosa Carhuallanqui, Marcos Napa, José Ruiz, Patricio Paucar and Andrés Jimenez – Perú Cultura Viva is a theatrical performance exploring the Incan conquest and the mestizo culture.

Presentado a los estudiantes de Artes Peruanas Pachamama y a sus maestros instructores: Luz Pereira, Rosa Carhuallanqui, Marcos Napa, José Ruiz, Patricio Paucar and Andrés Jimenez – Perú Cultura Viva es una presentación teatral que explora la conquiesta Inca y la cultura mestiza.

Friday June 22, 2007
Viernes, 22 de junio de 2007
7:30-10 PM

PS 212 Queens
34-25 82nd Street, Jackson Heights, New York

Directions / Direcciónes
Metro: #7 to 82nd St, walk 3 blocks North (caminar 3 cuadras hacia el norte)
Bus: Q32 to 81st Street

Information / Información en
212-571-1555 ext 27

Major support for Pachamama Peruvian Arts was provided to the Center for Traditional Music and Dance by the National Endowment for the Arts Heritage and Preservation Program and the New York State Music Fund, established by the New York State Attorney General at the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors. Additional support was provided by the New York State Council on the Arts Folk Arts Program, a State agency, public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Council Member Helen Sears, Assemblyman José Peralta, State Senator David Paterson, Altman Foundation, American Express Company, Citigroup Foundation, Con Edison, Independence Community Foundation, SONY BMG, Gilder Foundation, Kate Rinzler, Guitar Center Music Foundation, Peruvian Import Company, Sophie’s Cuban Cuisine, Peruvian Connection, Oh Calamares Restaurant, Leslie Ogan and the parents, friends and families of Students of Pachamama Peruvian Arts. Special thanks to Principal Bernardino, PS 212. Pachamama Peruvian Arts uses Latin Percussion (LP) brand instruments.

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Afro-Peruvian Music and Dance Workshop

With Marcos Napa

And

Pachamama Peruvian Arts 

FREE!

Come enjoy a free workshop of Afro-Peruvian music and dance with Maestro Marcos Napa and his students from Pachamama Peruvian Arts!!  Explore Peru’s rich African heritage which blended Spanish and Andean sounds to create unique Afro-Peruvian instruments, rhythms and dances. 

This workshop will be presented in conjunction with the Latin Roots in Jackson Heights/ Corona exhibition currently on display at the Langston Hughes Branch of the Queens Library.  This exhibition celebrates the Latin community and features Maestro Napa.

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Friday March 16th from 3:45pm to 4:45pm 

Langston Hughes Library 

100th St and Northern Blvd., 2nd floor auditorium 

Q66 to 100th St & Northern Blvd. 

Free and Open to the Public

To learn more about Marcos Napa please go to: www.marcosnapa.com or e-mail him at: napamarcos@hotmail.com  Pachamama Peruvian Arts is a program of the Center for Traditional Music and Dance and offers free weekly classes of traditional Peruvian music and dance to children ages 7-14 at PS 212, Queens. For more information contact: gmhamilton@ctmd.org or www.ctmd.org/pachamama/indexppa.htm

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Free!

Pachamama Peruvian Arts Open House and Registration 

Friday, September 29, 2006, 7:30pm, at PS 212 Queens

Apply for free weekly classes in zampoña, cajón, son de los diablos, vals, polka, carnaval de Arequipa and shipiba.

For a fourth year, Pachamama Peruvian Arts is thrilled to offer free classes of traditional Peruvian music and dance at PS 212 in Jackson Heights, Queens. We cordially invite families to enjoy live music and dance and all new and returning students to register for weekly classes.  This wonderful event will feature our Master Instructors demonstrating the artistic forms we offer, including: Marcos Napa, son de los diablos; Rosa Carhuallanqui, shipiba and carnaval de Arequipa; Hector Morales, cajón; Luz Pereira, vals and  polka; and Jose Alberto Ruiz, zampoña.  Classes are open to children ages 7-14, from all backgrounds and any neighborhood.  Children can meet with our instructors and apply for the class they are most interested in.  This event is free and open to families with interested children only.

Directions: PS 212 Queens, 34-25 82nd Street, Jackson Heights

Subway: #7 train to 82nd St. Jackson Heights
Bus: Q32 to 81st Street

Information: 212-571-1555 ext 27 or gmhamilton@ctmd.org