Travel the World in a Weekend

Immigrant Voices starts tonight! Don’t miss out on a weekend of live music, dancing, art and theater from a diverse group of artists and performers. Come celebrate the diversity and art of New York City–the only place where you can travel the world in a weekend. Some tickets still available here.

Cuerdas Internacionales

Evan Schwam Duo Featuring Nick Demopoulos

Makeda Griffith

Just a Few of the Exciting Performers at Immigrant Voices

Cuerdas Internacionales plays la musica llanera, the traditional folk music of Colombia and Venezuela. With Johan Alejandro Vizcaino, a harpist from the Queens College Orchestra and a graduate of the Fiorello Laguardia High School for the Arts and the Performing Arts and Aaron Copland School of Music; Juan E. Hernández, a bass player from the Jose Angel Lamas Conservatory in Caracas; singer and cuarto player German Roso, a graduate of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and winner of the best singer award at El Festival Internacional de Villavicencio; and Victor Andres Cruz, a cuatro player and graduate of the Berklee College of Music.

Evan Schwam, Duo, Featuring Nick Demopoulos plays MAUM Musical compositions by Woo Myung, Founder of Maum Meditation. Woo Myung founded Maum Meditation and was awarded the Mahatma Gandhi Peace Award by the United Nations International Assoc. of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP). Inspired by Maum Meditation, Evan and Nick play the music composed by founder Woo Myung. They add their personal flavor, combining eastern melodies with modern jazz improvisation and rhythms. Evan Schwam – Saxophones and Flute Nick Demopoulos – Guitar

Makeda Griffith is a dancer in body and soul, a talent recognized by PPAS, a school closely affiliated with the Alvin Ailey Company for dance.

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About NICODA
NICODA is the New International Center of Diverse Artists, a performing arts organization that believes it is important that cultures speak to each other. Our mission is to provide a platform to excite artistic collaborations between an ethnically and culturally diverse group of artists and foster diversity in the arts, while encouraging artists to reach inside and touch their own unique vision of self and art. NICODA. Aspire. be.

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