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AMP Residencies provide artists an opportunity to perform several shows in New Mexico, visit schools, do workshops and get to know our beautiful state and people. These are great opportunities for the groups and for all of us! Check back to see a schedule of concerts and activities.
The presentation is part of Center Stage, a public diplomacy initiative of the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts in cooperation with the U.S. Regional Arts Organizations, with support from the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, and the Trust for Mutual Understanding. General management is provided by Lisa Booth Management, Inc.
Tickets cost $17 in advance, $22 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.
@708 is an intimate 150-capacity room that is part of the new Fusion Forum space. It will contain several theater spaces, a coffee shop/restaurant, and office spaces. Fusion Forum promises to be an exciting new arts destination on the edge of downtown Albuquerque! This is a general admission show with a mix of seating and dance space. There will be coffee, tea, soft drinks and snacks available for purchase.
A 7-piece band rooted in the iconic marimba de chonta and steeped in the Pacific coast's Afro-Colombian culture, identity, and history.
Chontadelia has been making its mark since 2015, called out for its socially engaged celebrations which voice their communities' histories, stories, struggles and concerns. "The capacity to enjoy, to have a good time, is not separate from what is happening to you, your country, your community. Stand up, talk about the issues, dance."
Based in Bogotá, the band completed its first tour to Panama in early March, just as the world was locking down in response to the COVID-19 crisis. "We're working apart now, but we've already added horns to our mix, and more than ever, we're finding ways to connect."
What's in a name? Chontadelia comes from the fusion of two words; chonta – the wood that the marimba is made of, and delia – psychedelic sounds.