Azul Barrientos’ Album Release Concert of Nuestro Corazón

Location: 
Jo Long Theatre
226 N Hackberry
San Antonio, 78202
Date(s): 
September 16, 2018 - 3:00pm - 6:30pm

Join Azul Barrientos and the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center on Sunday, Sept. 16 for Azul’s album release concert of Nuestro Corazón!

Nuestro Corazón is a culmination of Azul’s work, with musical appearances by beloved San Antonio musicians who have been a part of Azul’s life and musical career through the years. Azul will be premiering original music, as well as renditions of classics such as La Ultima Copa, Canción de Las Simples Cosas, and Corazón, Corazón.

Accompanying concert musicians: Nina Rodriguez, Eric Casillas, George Prado, Aaron Prado, David Gonzalez Blancas, Michael Martin, Andrew Bergmann, Al Gomez, Juan Cabrera, Keli Rosa Cabunoc, Cuauhtli Reyna.

Ballet Folklórico de Austin will open for Azul’s concert with celebratory Guelaguetza dances hailing from Oaxaca, Mexico. Nuestro Corazón CDs, vinyl records, and other merchandise will be available for purchase after the concert.

The Facebook event page can be found here: bit.ly/NuestroCorazonFB.

Pre-sale tickets available for purchase at the Carver Community Cultural Center’s box office. They are open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. The box office accepts cash, credit cards, and debit cards only. The Carver is located at 226 N. Hackberry, San Antonio TX, 78202. Pre-sale tickets are also available for purchase at the Esperanza Peace & Justice Center, 922 San Pedro Ave. The office is open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Tickets are also available for purchase online at bit.ly/AzulNuestroCorazonTix or visit our webpage bit.ly/NuestroCorazon for more info.

Pre-sale Tickets on sale until August 31: $15 | Regular price: $20

ABOUT AZUL:
Azul Barrientos, a popular San Antonio musician and performer, was born in Mexico City, Mexico. Professionally trained, and inspired by her parents and singers of old, she has been the artist-in-residence at the Esperanza Center since 2007. Throughout her life, she has used her music as a way to make political statements and give voice to various social justice issues. From singing about women in the Mexican Revolution, to sharing the story of the 43 student teachers from Ayotzinapa who went missing in 2014 in Mexico, Azul’s style and message vary with every Noche Azul concert she holds at the Esperanza Peace & Justice Center.