Natále – Moreno feat. Fidel Nadal
Filmed in the open markets, beaches, and streets of Mexico, the video shares sunshine, warmth, and uplifting vibes, encouraging people from all cultures to dance in unison to the celebration of life!
“Moreno” features Afro-Argentinian reggae musician Fidel Nadal, “The Rasta who revolutionized Latin Rock” (Rolling Stone Magazine). The world-reggae inspired song emits the experience of a spirited, multicultural love affair, drawing influences from cumbia and flamenco.
Requiem for the Living, In Color
Responding to the realities of creating as people of color during these unprecedented times, multimedia artist Carlos Andres Toro and composer/violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain collaborate on a live-streamed cinematic journey in film and sound, supported by the Steer Forward team.
Groove to the rhythms of Oumou Sangaré and Sidy Maiga
Experience the soul-lifting sounds of Mali with Grammy winner Oumou Sangaré, hailed as the greatest living female voice in African music, and master drummer Sidy Maiga.
Sofía Viola in concert
Argentina’s Sofía Viola mixes soul, bolero, cumbia, tango and rock into a powerful performance that showcases her unconditional love for Latin American folklore. With her guitar and charangón (a relative of the lute), she composes songs that speak of love, ecology and junk food, all with the intensity of Latin American tradition, but with a contemporary twist. Performing from her mother’s colorful home in Buenos Aires, her provocative and sometimes acidic humor will lead you on a journey to discover the roots of Argentina through the characters and landscapes that inhabit her songs.
Fidel Nadal in concert
Latin Grammy Award nominee Fidel Nadal is an Afro-Argentinian singer rooted in reggae, dancehall and urban styles. The son of an anthropologist and a leading advocate for the recognition of black Argentines, Fidel Nadal’s ideology is deeply influenced by the Rastafarian culture of Jamaica and Haiti. Hits like “International Love” convey messages of Pan-African consciousness and Afro-Argentine identity. Performing from a recording studio in Mexico City, Nadal and his band bring their groove into your home through this special virtual concert for FirstWorks.
UnMuted Tears with Rose Weaver and Cambodian Lullaby with Sokeo Ros
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts joins forces with NEFA and FirstWorks of Providence, Rhode Island to present Cambodian Lullaby with storyteller, Hip Hop dance educator, and scholar Sokeo Ros plus UnMuted Tears with actress, singer, and writer Rose Weaver Performances, hosted by Kathleen Pletcher. Arts Across America is brought to you by Facebook.
Note: This performance contains mature themes & strong language. Presented as part of Arts Across America—a live performance