Esperanza Arts Center presents live-streamed performances in 2021

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Following our first VOCES Series last season spotlighting the arts and culture of Puerto Rico, we’re excited to continue our annual exploration of the rich tapestry of Latino traditions from around the world.  This season we will explore Brazil’s complex history and diverse cultural landscape with exclusive streamed screenings, presentations, artist conversations, and live-streamed performances from Teatro Esperanza

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VOCES

Esperanza Arts Center presents live-streamed performances, screenings, and conversations 

from Teatro Esperanza spotlighting the arts and traditions of Brazil.

Full Series Package just $25 
Single Tickets and Subscriptions Available Now!

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Ologundê 
Carnaval Celebration!

Afro-Brazilian folkloric music and dance 
February 10, 2021, 7 pm

Movimento 
Pennsylvania Ballet/Philadelphia Latino Film Festival 
Celebration of dance, cinema, and Brazilian culture 
February 24, 2021, 7 pm

Featuring


Capoeira In Our Lives – a film by Patricia Ovando

Pennsylvania Ballet dancers in performance and conversation
Live Out Loud – film directed by Glenn Holsten and produced by Freshfly featuring Pennsylvania Ballet dancers

Minas 
Brazilian Jazz: Bossa Nova and Samba 
March 10, 2021, 7pm

Conexões – Orchestra 2001 
Classical music by Brazilian composers 
April 14, 2021, 7 pm

Forrópera 
Astral Artist Chrystal E. Williams and Felipe Hostins
May 7, 2021, 7 pm

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Bill Rhoads – Esperanza

“Following our first VOCES Series last season spotlighting the arts and culture of Puerto Rico, we’re excited to continue our annual exploration of the rich tapestry of Latino traditions from around the world.  This season we invite you to explore Brazil’s complex history and diverse cultural landscape with exclusive streamed screenings, presentations and livestreamed performances from Teatro Esperanza by a stellar roster of Philadelphia-based artists and partners, including Ologundê, Minas, Pennsylvania Ballet, Philadelphia Latino Film Festival, and Orchestra 2001. We’ll cap off the series with a truly unique artistic collaboration – the world premiere of Forrópera: a new staged production led by Astral Artist Chrystal E. Williams and Forró accordionist Felipe Hostins, and featuring students from Esperanza Academy in North Philadelphia.” Bill Rhoads

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