Latin IS America
Latin IS America focuses on musical, artistic and scholarly events that celebrate the blending of Latin American and U.S. cultures
Explore our interwoven Latin American and U.S. cultures through an innovative series of music, discussions, and dance
Latin IS America celebrates the blending of Latin American and U.S. cultures by showcasing artistic and scholarly works that dissolve boundaries and establish fresh connections. Attendees experience multi-modal events that combine classical and popular influences, and participate in discussions of our evolving society’s creative and scholarly directions.
Nationally and internationally renowned guests are invited to participate in the series, providing an enriching roster of activities highlighting cultural connections between the U.S. and Latin America. Events are interwoven with the academic year and take place at facilities across campus, including the MSU College of Music Cook Recital Hall and the beautifully renovated Fairchild Theatre in MSU's Auditorium.
The 2016 series includes:
Link to 2016 events:
- Horacio Contreras, cello, and Cesar Cañón, piano • April 29, 8:00 p.m.
- Guest Lecture - Carolina Heredia, composer • April 29, 2:30 p.m.
- Click here to learn more about these events and artists
Latin IS America reflects the university’s commitment to global engagement, diversity, and community outreach, including K-12 education. The series is coordinated by the MSU College of Music in cooperation with other initiatives of Michigan State University.