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7th Annual Boleros de Noche

Los Angeles, CA, USA

2580 Cahuenga Blvd. East
Los Angeles, CA 90068
(323) 850-2000

Romantic boleros fill The Ford with Puerto Rico’s very own Trío Remembranza and Grammy Award-winning Martha Gonzalez.

Music From Below: A History and Future of Chicano Music

Riverside, CA, US

3485 Mission Inn Avenue
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 779-9800

As two of the most important groups to emerge from the Chicanx community, Quetzal and La Santa Cecilia are uniquely positioned to present this night of songs and multi-media history highlighting important yet, under recognized contributions of Chicanx musicians and songwriters in the landscape of popular music and social justice movements.

Perla Batalla & Quetzal

Los Angeles, CA, US

10745 Dickson Ct
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 794-4041

Two essential voices of Los Angeles–spellbinding singer-songwriter Perla Batalla and wildly innovative East L.A. Chicano rock group Quetzal — share the stage in a rare collaboration through the unifying power of art and music.

Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead | Special Concert with Quetzal

Washington, DC, United States

4th St SW
Washington, DC 20560
United States
(202) 633-1000

The National Museum of the American Indian and the National Museum of the American Latino invite you to celebrate the return of the ancestors with a special Día de los Muertos concert featuring the Grammy award-winning band Quetzal. Quetzal is a bilingual rock group with roots in the cultural and social justice landscape of East Los Angeles. Its goal is to create great music that tells the stories of marginalized people's struggles and resistance.

Virginia Grise with Quetzal

Los Angeles, California, USA

631 W 2nd Street
Los Angeles, California 90012
(213) 237-2800

Musical director Martha Gonzalez and writer Virginia Grise chronicle the process of adapting Helena María Viramontes’ epic novel Their Dogs Came with Them in a medium security women’s prison and the site-specific staging of the play under the I-19 Freeway with a community cast of scholars, organizers and actors. Directed by Kendra Ware, this performance lecture includes live music by members of the band Quetzal.