Thanks @LatinxERG & #HarvardPoliceDepartment

Yesterday, Wednesday October 9th. I was delighted to sing at Association of Harvard Faculty and Staff during the 10th Anniversary lunch celebrating Latinx heritage.  It was a pleasure to sing for staff and faculty.  Jacobo Negron thank you for coordinating my participation, and a very special shout out to the Harvard Police Department for sponsoring my performance. Muchas gracias and hope to see you in December.

 

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@HarvardCWD @HarvardLatino @HarvardLatinoAlum @HUPD72 @HUPD #HarvardPoliceDepartment #veronicarobles #veronicaroblesmariachi

9/25, 12PM Come hear me play and sing at @HarvardSciCent I’ll be in a shipping container

Super excited to share with you the information about my participation on the project Concert For One , 1 musicians 1 listener  

I will be inside a specially outfitted shipping container in two locations and two dates.

Wednesday, September 25th from 12 to 1 PM at Harvard Science Center Plaza, Cambridge

Saturday, September 28th from 5 to 6 PM Rose Kennedy Greenway’s Chin Park (formerly known as Chinatown Park), Boston

I hope to see some of you there for a private one on one concert in one minute.

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September 20 – 29, 2019
Two Locations
Harvard Science Center Plaza, Cambridge
Rose Kennedy Greenway’s Chin Park (formerly known as Chinatown Park), Boston
#ConcertForOne

About Concert For One

Over ten days this fall, Celebrity Series of Boston will give powerful, free music experiences to 5,000 people: one listener and one musician at a time.

Based on a concept by violist and New England Conservatory graduate Rayna Yun Chou. Rayna created the project in Taiwan in 2016 in an effort to address concerns that classical music had become laden with the notion that it’s inaccessible to everyday people and that on the performers’ side, musicians were increasingly isolated from the people for whom they play. In Boston performances will happen inside two specially outfitted shipping containers. The event will focus on making, hearing, and being moved by beautiful music, up-close and personal.

www.concertforone.org

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Monday, 8/19, 6PM – Hatch Shell Charles River Esplanade

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Dear community members, I would like to inform you that this MONDAY, AUGUST 19 at 6PM I will offer a SHOW with my  FEMALE MARIACHI at the HATCH MEMORIAL SHELL ON CHARLES RIVER ESPLANADE I will be on stage at 6:30 PM

As a Latin and Mexican artist this is one of the great achievements of my career. It will also be the debut of Veronica Robles Cultural Center’s adult cultural dance group.

We would love to have your support attending and share with us this very special event presented by Esplanade Association and BAMS Fest as part of the GroundBea.
Please spread the word!
Monday, August 19th, 6PM
Hatch Memorial Shell 47 David G Mugar Way, Boston, MA 02108
More information at

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Querida familia Latina, con gran orgullo les informo que este LUNES 19 de AGOSTO a las 6PM ofreceré un SHOW con mi MARIACHI FEMENIL en la CONCHA ACÚSTICA del CHARLES RIVER yo estaré en el escenario como a las 6:30PM

Como artista Latina y Mexicana esto es uno de los grandes logros de mi carrera. Además será el debut del ballet folklórico de adultos de Veronica Robles Cultural Center
Nos encantaría contar con su apoyo asistiendo y compartir con nosotros este gran acontecimiento. Por favor pasen la voz!!

Hatch Memorial Shell 47 David G Mugar Way, Boston, MA 02108 Este es el link con más información https://www.eventbrite.com/e/groundbeat-bams-fest-at-the-ha…

GroundBeat: BAMS Fest at the Hatch Shell

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8/12, 6PM Harvard Ed Portal Summer Concert Series

Monday, August 12th, 2019

6 to 7 PM

Ray Mellone Park,

Honan Allston Public Library, 300 North Harvard Street

Join us at the Harvard Ed Portal to enjoy our family-friendly programs, we will have you dancing and singing along! I will be singing with my Female Mariachi trio.

The event is free, open to the public, and rain or shine (rain location is inside the Honan Library auditorium). No RSVPs required.