Ketner Auditorium, Sykes Building, Queens University of Charlotte Main Campus.
Acoustic Performance-Lecture by: Ana Lucía Divins. Accompanied by musicians Carlos Crespo and Victoria Yepes-McLaughlin.
Sponsored by Queens' Center for Latino Studies, the Departments of Foreign Languages and Music, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Experience a unique Latin American music genre called Bolero through the voice of Colombian-American Singer-Songwriter Ana Lucia Divins.
Bolero is a music genre that unifies Latin American countries and culture; it is a symbol of the Latino heritage with a strong heart connection across generations.
Ana Lucia Divins is a Colombian-American Singer-Songwriter passionate about driving social change through art and inspiring a greater awareness of the richness of the Latino culture and rhythms. Music has always been part of her life: From winning remarkable music contests in her native country to become the featured artist of several cultural events and museums in the US. Recipient of the 2009 Latino artists initiative grant from the Arts and Science Council and other artist residencies.