Friday, February 16, 7:00 pm - Washington Park Place 3
Thrilled to help celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Folk Alliance International and the inclusion of world roots music from women around the world. Touted as one of the best Latina guitar players in the world, Eljuri reflects her Spanish and Lebanese heritage, the rhythms of her homeland, Ecuador, and the punk and rock & roll from her youth in New York City – mirroring the global cultural fusion that represents this generation.
On January 20th, NYC will raise its voice again to demand equality for all humans at the 2018 Women’s March on NYC. The Women's March Alliance is proud to organize and facilitate this important gathering for everyone to partake in!
Eljuri will energize the crowd with a few of her award-winning songs of social consciousness and join a host of influential women leaders at a Rally before the March. Speakers will include #MeToo founder Tarana Burke, domestic abuse warrior Aryn Quinn, immigration activist Angy Rivera, author Sulma Arzu-Brown and disabled activist Nadina LaSpina.
Don't Miss This FREE Show, WorldMusic Showcases at the APAP Conference NYC:
6:00pm Doors, 7:00pm Showcases, 10:00pm Eljuri