“Bringing Community Together Through Music and Cultural Exchange”
This program spans a 300-plus-year history of Spanish music: from the court composers Santiago De Murcia and Antonio Santa Cruz to Francisco Tarrega, Joaquin Turina, to flamenco guitarists Sabicas, and Paco de Lucia. Featuring solo guitar and flamenco dance with flamenco dancers Laura Onizuka and Julie Pacheco-Toye and guitarists Mark Ferguson and Peter Zisa at the Community Music Center. This program spans 300-year history of Spanish music: from the court composers De Murcia and Santa Cruz to Turina, Sabicas, and Paco de Lucia. Tickets are available online for purchase.
Casa Della Zisa Collegium Musica is a non-profit is a 501(c) non-profit dedicated to bringing community together through music and cultural exchange. If you believe in the power of music in education and music as education, please consider contributing to CDZ Collegium Musica. All tax-deductible donation contributions go towards funding future Casa Della Zisa Collegium Musica performances, scholarships, workshop series, and programs that help aspiring young musicians obtain quality instruments so they can further grow and thrive in their art.
Thank you for helping us share gift of music with future generations!
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