March 2009 Encuentro Archives

En celebración anticipada del Día Internacional de la Mujer, la primera hora consiste de música interpretada exclusivamente por mujeres latinoamericanas. La última media hora está dedicada a la obra del gran músico y compositor portugués José “Zeca” Afonso.

Play List:https://www.kfai.org/node/18132/

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Program preempted for KFAI’s day-long celebration of International Women’s Day.

Program included in this space:

“Twilight Dialogues: Love ‘em, Hate ‘em, Bite ‘em.”
The Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer has captured the hearts of young women. Join Jeanne Bain Carrie Mesrobian in conversation with Carlyn, Maria, Justine, and Elizabeth: four strong, confident, progressive young women who discuss both their love of the series, and the issues the books light up in their lives.

NOTE: Viviana Pintado. Cuban vocalist and pianist Viviana Pintado shares her story and music – from Havana to Minneapolis (program hosted by Eve MacLeish), can be found in the recording of the previous program (Womenfolk).

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Música de Cuba. Un homenaje a la canción cardenche y al “Grupo Cardenchero de Sapioriz”. Música de Argentina.

Play List:https://www.kfai.org/node/18496/

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Primavera, flores, mariposas: Música en celebración del advenimiento de la primavera.

Play List:https://www.kfai.org/node/18670/

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Canciones de la trova Yucateca. Pirekuas, de Michoacán, México. El Chamamé. Una pequeña retrospectiva de la cantante brasileña Mônica Salmaso.

Play List:https://www.kfai.org/node/18834/

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