Jane Bunnett: Maqueque

In the Past

Thursday, March 28, 8 pm
Bowker Auditorium

Born in Toronto, Jane Bunnett has devoted much of her professional life to the rich music of Cuba. Her latest project, Maqueque (“the spirit of a young girl”), pairs the gifted soprano saxophonist and flutist with some of Cuba’s most accomplished young female musicians. “If they’re coming anywhere near your town, go see them,” writes Jon Garelick.

Jane Bunnett . soprano sax and flute
Danae Olano . Vocals and piano
Tailin Marrero .Vocals and Bass
Yissy Garcia. Drums
Mary Paz . Vocals and percussion
Joanna Majoko. Vocals

General Admission: $15; $7 students

Want more?   
Jane Bunnett & members of Maqueque will be out in the community on Wednesday, March 27 sharing their story!

1:30 pm A moderated discussion about life in Cuba at the Latinx American Cultural Center located on the 2nd Floor of Hampden Dining Commons on campus. Free and open to the public.

7:30 pm Valley Jazz Network Presents a Listening Party and jam session at Gateway City Arts in Holyoke. NEPR’s Raquel Obregon will moderate the discussion followed by a jam session featuring members of Bomba de Aqui and Maqueque. Open to the public with a $15 suggested donation. For invitations to more events like this, join our Valley Jazz Network

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