Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Vanderbilt's Cafe con Leche music & dance show takes stage this Saturday

Cafe con Leche is this Saturday at Vanderbilt at 6pm at Langford Auditorium. We went with some friends last year, and it was a blast (see InsideVandy's photos here). Quite a number of students (and even faculty) perform in the show, and it is standing-room-only in a large venue. If you haven't been, it's worth checking out.

The official description is below:
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.

Let us provide you with a night of splendor and awe as we celebrate the beauty of Spanish America. Come meet Los Padres with ‘gringo’ Niki and be welcomed into a rambunctious Latino family who will take you on a cultural tour of music and dance showcases by our very own Vanderbilt community – from undergraduates, graduates, and even faculty.

Join the adventure, sharing with us the richness and passion of a unique culture in this year’s grand CafĂ© con Leche.

Co-sponsored by Dean of Commons, VSG, Vanderbilt History Department, Quebec and Canadian Studies, Women and Gender Studies, VIDA, and APO

Langford Auditorium
Saturday, March 26th, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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