The Hudson Library & Historical Society will welcome Chilean guitarist and singer-songwriter Ricardo Parra on Sunday, April 11 at 2p.m. for a virtual concert of varied music that will include folk, blues, bossa nova, and trova styles. Bossa nova is a style of samba developed in the mid 1900’s in Brazil. Trova is a style of Cuban popular music that originated in the 19th century. Concert-goers will enjoy traditional folk songs including “Scarborough Fair” and “Greensleeves,” the popular Gilbert and Sullivan song “My Favorite Things” as well as original pieces composed by Parra and other Latin American artists.
This concert will premiere on the library’s Facebook page on Sunday, April 11 at 2 p.m. and will be available for streaming on the library's YouTube page anytime thereafter. Access the library’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/HudsonLibrary.HistoricalSociety.
Parra has performed at the National Institute of Fine Arts, Mexico's most important cultural institution, as well as in universities, libraries and other venues in the United States, Mexico, and Chile.
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