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Deep Roots, New Branches

November 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm PST

Early Music Seattle presents

No charge | Suggested donation $20

This interactive presentation hosted by Antonio Gómez explores the many cultural connections between the great music traditions of the world.  Each episode explores a different tradition and features a knowledgeable guest, along with compelling musical examples. Join Tony to learn about the many facets of the music you love!

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About Antonio
Antonio was born in South Texas to a Chicano activist and an Italian American VISTA volunteer. Tony moved often growing up. Music and language became constant companions in decoding ever-changing cultural ecologies between South Texas, the Bay Area, and Tucson. This trajectory formed his calling to develop cultural dialogue and empathy. Tony specializes in not belonging anywhere, but making friends everywhere. Mestizaje – a mixed identity formed at the intersection of cultures – shapes his work as a musician, curator, educator, and producer. Having studied on four continents, he plays Afro-Latin, Mediterranean, and Arabic percussion. Previously a K12 teacher, he has served as an educator and curriculum writer for public television and is now the Education Manager at Tacoma Arts Live. Being a working musician is indivisible from being an educator, an arts administrator, and a parent. The same heart that draws him to teach compels him to speak through the drum.


November 10
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm PST
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