Screening of “Tribu Camino Rojo”
March 14 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Dialogue and Q&A after the screening with Fernando Moran, who has been in charge of TRIBU’s performances in the USA for almost 23 years.
“Tribu Camino Rojo” is a documentary of Tribu’s work and music. It premiered in Mexico City and has now been translated by AUSB alumnus Lena Moran.
Tribu is a musical group founded by Augustin Pimental Diaz, Alejandro Mendez Rojas, Jose Antonio Mendez, and Jesus Herrera in 1972. With almost 50 years of experimenting with different musical genres, integrating traditional Mestiza and ethnic music with pop and modern music, members of Tribu are among the most formidable scholars of the pre-Hispanic, organological tradition.
Tribu performed at Antioch Santa Barbara on November 1st and again at “In Bloom Santa Barbara” on November 3rd. Additionally, Tribu members lead a conference session, “Building Instruments Utilizing Natural Elements and Recycled Materials.”
The documentary is in the Spanish language with subtitles in English. The film is 80 minutes in length.
Join us before the screening at 5:00 pm for a campus tour and information session on our credential and master degree programs.
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