Dear fans I just found some time to update you about my upcoming performances and other activities between now and monday October 14th, and here I go.
Tuesday, October 8th., 10 to 11 AM
Do you speak Spanish, or your are learning and want to train your ear? Tune in Orale con Veronica, my one hour weekly show broadcast on Tuesdays by Super Boston 99.9 FM or get the app “Tunein”.
Tomorrow I will have in the studio the visit of Ana Mascote who comes to talk about her proyect “Yo soy Lola” , our second guests will be José López Ganem, Director of Latin American Cultural Exchange who will share information about the upcoming Chocolate Dinner happening this Thursday in honor of the Fine Cacao and Chocolate Institute’s New England Chocolate Festival happening this weekend. Find out more…
Wednesday, October 9th., show from 12 to 1 PM
I will be singing during the Association of Harvard Latinx Faculty and Staff Lunch celebrating Latinx Heritage Month, thanks to all entities within this institution for supporting and organizing this event, specially The Harvard University Police Department for sponsoring my participation and to Jacobo Negron for helping to coordinate it.
On this performance I will be singing with my Latinx Mariachi band and introducing our new addition, an accordion player. It should be fun!!!
Thursday, October 10th., show 6 to 6:30 PM
As you may know by now, I recently reactivated my Folklorico Dance company composed of 8 dancers, they are performing with me and my Mariachi.
I am also offering only dance performances to showcase and celebrate not only Mexican folkloric dance but also the rich and diverse cultures of other countries of latin America through cultural dances with authentic costumes.
Well, this Thursday, 4 of my dancers will be performing at Azul LatinX Group Heritage Month event in Quincy. They will be performing dances from Puerto Rico, Peru, El Salvador and Mexico. I will share photos on instagram, check it out.
Azul LatinX groups is one of the employee resource groups at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and we are thankful for the opportunity to be part of their event.
Friday, October 11th. from 7:30 to 8:30 AM
Jamaica Plain, MA
Yes, we also offer first time morning shows for school assemblies. This Friday, I will wake up dancers and musicians to help me present one of my interactive educational shows presenting music and dance from Mexico, Colombia and Peru.
Special thanks to April Duque to help coordinate our participation and to our lovely dancers Stewart and Yesi for making the connection.
A big shout out to our official photographer DAvid Machado for this amazing photo of one of our dancer performing Cumbia, a style of dance and music from Colombia and dancer Sonia Yamileth Paz. Who started her dancing career with me when she was only 4 years old.
Monday, October 14th., from 12:30 to 1:30 PM
308 Congress Street, Boston.
And yes, coming back to Boston Children’s museum this time with my Solo interactive performance presenting some dances and songs. One of my favorite audiences are those little ones eager of discovering the world and what better way to do it than dancing and singing, see you there. Click here for more information.
Monday, October 14th., from 3:00 to 4:00PM
Evans Way Park, Boston.
I am super excited for the invitation to perform at 2019 Opening Doors Festival presented by Fenway Alliance, this time I will be performing with my Female Mariachi (compact band) at Evans Way Park which is part of the Emerald Necklace, architected by Frederick Law Olmsted, the park stems off the Muddy River Park and sits between Tower Building, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and Wentworth dormitories.
Come hear some of our traditional sons of Mexico. Click here for more information.