Posted on Thu Oct 16, 2014
(En español abajo) We are pleased to announce the upcoming release of “Los Camaroneros de Ojo de Agua”, a música de jarana album of elder musicians from Ojo de Agua, Veracruz, Mexico. These musicians have shared their music and spirit and shown tremendous dedication to maintaining the fandango tradition in their town. This jarana raffle will help us complete the album production.Through a...
Posted on Fri May 19, 2017
Texas Folklife presents “Huapango Sin Fronteras” Festival Informational Session
Music by Tobias Hernandez Con Su Grupo Arribeño Lecture by Nesta Velazquez Festival Information from Festival Founder and Organizer Raul Orduña
Guest presentation regarding huapango music and the “Huapango Sin Fronteras” Festival in Austin, TexasPerformances by trovadores and...
Posted on Fri May 13, 2016
(This event has been rescheduled for Thursday May 26th, 2016 from 7:00pm-9:00pm)
Texas Folklife House Concert Series:Las Palomitas Serranas - Female trío huastecoWith an introduction by Texas Folklife Executive Director Emeritus and Huapango Sin Fronteras Festival Advisor Cristina BalliThurs May 26th, 2016 (7pm-9pm)At the Texas Folklife HouseGeneral Admission: $10Tickets available on Brown Paper...
Posted on Wed May 4, 2016
Se anuncia la tercera edición de nuestro festival Huapango Sin Fronteras. El Sábado 28 De Mayo en Austin, Texas en Plaza de Toros R3 contamos con la presencia de Los Camperos de Valles, Las Palomitas Serranas, Trio Paseador Hidalguense, Trio Cantores de Valles, y gran topada entre Raúl Orduña y Los Trovadores y Javier Rodríguez y Sus Huapangueros.
Announcing the 3rd Annual...
Posted on Wed Sep 3, 2014
Please join us at Texas Folklife's Gallery on Friday 9/12 at 8:00pm for an intimate duo performance by Kamran Hooshmand and Javier Palacios of Ojalá, set against the backdrop of Texas Folklife's current gallery exhibit "Patterns" by Susan Morehead. This occasion will celebrate both new and old connections between Persian and Mexican music, as well as visual themes of...
Posted on Wed Jun 18, 2014
On October 2, 2010, Texas Folklifeand the Border Studies Club of South Texas College, Mid-Valley Campus, hosted a bi-national convening to examine the history and current state of Tejano Conjunto and Norteño music with an engaged group of musicians, scholars, cultural workers, media professionals and the public from both sides of the border. The convening which was free and open to the...