Center for World Music


World music

The Center for World Music is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to foster awareness and understanding of the world's performing arts traditions through study abroad programs, teaching, and performance.

In 2013, Center for World Music received a grant from ACTA's Living Cultures Grants Programs for Celebrating San Diego’s Heritage: Mexican Son Jarocho, providing youth and adults weekly instruction in music, dance, and singing in three venues in the county.  All workshops are free and instruments will be provided without cost.  The project is under the direction of music professor Eduardo Garcia and Rebecca Lopez, son jarocho musician and dancer.

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