Live@365: The Protest Songs of Ani Cordero

OCT 20, 2017 | 7:00 PM

Details

WHERE:

The Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue

ROOM:

1201: Elebash Recital Hall

WHEN:

October 20, 2017: 7:00 PM

ADMISSION:

$25, $20 Members (free for CUNY students/faculty)

SPONSOR:

Public Programs

RESERVATIONS:

1-888-718-4253 (Showclix) or

Description

Brooklyn-based Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Ani Cordero is a powerhouse vocalist who is inspired by Latin America’s Nueva Cancion, pan-Latin folk, and indie rock. Her recent album Querido Mundo features her original songs, called “profound ruminations on love and the state of the world” by NPR Music. Cordero performs with Erich Hubner (Man or Astroman) on guitar and bass, Eileen Willis (Pistolera) on accordion and bass, and Scott Kettner (Nation Beat) on drums.

Limited FREE tickets available to CUNY students, faculty & staff. Email gcevents@gc.cuny.edu to reserve, and show CUNY ID at door.

Drive to Assist Puerto Rico in the Aftermath of Hurricane Maria:

We will be accepting donations of the following new and unopened items in the Elebash lobby before and after the concert: latex and heavy-duty construction gloves; anti-bacterial wipes; battery-operated flashlights and lanterns; filtered facemasks; diapers; dry baby food; batteries; first aid supplies; toothpaste and toothbrushes; soap; feminine hygiene products. Thank you for your donations.

Live@365: A Global Music Series is funded with a generous gift from the Baisley Powell Elebash Fund.