2017/2018 Residencies – veronica Robles

Veronica Robles, Music & Dance       Learn more: http://www.veronicarobles.com

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Veronica Robles, Mexican Singer & Dancer November 13-16, 2017 
PreK-12, college, adults Music & dance of Mexico & Latin America
  • Dance Workshop
  • Teacher Workshop                 

Veronica Robles has assembly options available for all ages, from pre-K through college and adult audiences. Experience authentic Latin American dances as Veronica teaches about music, dance, language and culture. Materials include luxurious, authentic wardrobe pieces for children to wear and a variety of musical instruments. Students have the opportunity to ask questions and will sing along with a Mexican song (sent to their school in advance for them to practice, as desired). Available workshops include dance workshops for students and a teacher workshop.  Public performances will be offered in Jackson (on November 17th) and in Colebrook (on November 18th). 

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About Veronica Robles: 
Performer and teaching artist Veronica Robles is considered the most authentic representative of Mexican music  in New England. Her mission is to promote diversity and to teach about Mexican and Latin-American culture through dance and music. As a singer Veronica is well known as La Mera, Mera (The Real One). She has had her own Mariachi group based in Boston since 2004, has released five albums and has performed in venues including Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. Her repertoire includes traditional Mexican melodies, her original songs, and other Latin American melodies and dances. For the past 15 years Ms Robles has created school assemblies and customized interactive educational workshops for teachers and for students of all age groups, providing the opportunity to experience culture through learning traditional dance, music, Spanish and Nahuatl language. Veronica has also produced, sung for, and hosted TV programs in Mexico and, in the U.S,. for major Spanish TV networks such as Azteca, Televisa, Telemundo, Univisión and for WGBH.