Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Cafe con Leche dance event at Vanderbilt will feature 150 students, nine Hispanic dances

Theme: "El Wiz"

The Vanderbilt Association of Hispanic Students is putting on its annual dance event called "Cafe Con Leche" this Saturday, March 28.

From the Office of Leadership Development and Cultural Affairs:
Description: Cafe con Leche is an annual exhibition of Hispanic culture consisting of traditional and modern Hispanic dances and other performances and is the Vanderbilt Association of Hispanic Students' largest annual event.

Event's Purpose: To celebrate and increase awareness of Hispanic culture through dances, music and other means.
From the Vanderbilt Hustler:
A celebration of Hispanic dance and culture, Cafe con Leche 2009 will take a trip down the yellow brick road Saturday night with the theme of "El Wiz."
Vanderbilt students choreographed each dance, and over 150 students from all cultural backgrounds are participating in nine different Hispanic dances. The event attracts hundreds in the community every year.
The event starts at 7 p.m. in Langford Auditorium and tickets are $7 at the Sarratt Ticket Office or at the door.
The Nashville Latino Professionals Meetup Group will be attending (their event page is here).

Photo: 2008 Cafe Con Leche

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