La Donna Musicale is a non-profit research, education, and performance organization devoted exclusively to the discovery, preservation, and promotion of sacred and secular music by women composers. The ensemble uses period instruments and historical performance practices.
All proceeds will go to our current educational campaign.
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RUMBARROCO invites you to celebrate Simon Bolivarʼs birthday with music, Venezuelan treats, and the continuation of our humanitarian & educational campaign for Venezuela. We have partnered with Venus Service Express to guarantee delivery of our campaign to Venezuela.
Besides the Rumbarroco ensemble, special guests include award-winning Leo Blanco and his trio. Our popular Venezuelan singer Carlos Regalado will lead us in a sing-along of Venezuelan songs. Unique entertainer Anny Paez will be one of our MCs for the event. Cristina Aguilera, a passionate Venezuelan Human Rights activist, will give a brief overview of the current crisis in Venezuela.
The needs in Venezuela are many. At this time we have decided to focus our efforts on support for the following:
To send musicians in different regions of Venezuela much-needed replacement strings for their instruments.
A childcare center in Caracas for school supplies.
A Foundation in Caracas that connects graphic design with social justice, producing huggable dolls to be distributed to children at the local childrenʼs hospital that cares for low-income families.
A project in a rural area of Miranda state to provide school supplies for a school.
A foundation in the Los Andes region that trains a group of youths to produce podcasts.
Finally, we aim to collect used laptops and tablets to support educational efforts carried out by the foundations we work with.
La Donna Musicale, Pioneering the Path for Historical Women Composers and Rumbarroco’s Latin Baroque Fusion
A combination of pre-lecture concerts, live interaction with the ensemble, live performance snippets, and pre-recorded performances in which we re-invent both ourselves and Early Music.
Celebrating Maria Teresa Agnesi’s 300th birthday. Exploring both Africa’s lasting musical legacy and current Latin American sounds. Delighting you by the fusion of European Early Music with South American folk and popular forms in our program “Black Villancicos” Tapping our feet to our “Fandango” program. And as always, honoring minorities and presenting educational programs for youth.