Third Thursdays at the Museum: Trio Guadalevin [World Music]

Please note that this Third Thursday concert is on the fourth Thursday of the month. 

Join Harbor History Museum on July 28 and be transported around the world by the sounds of Trio Guadalevin. Named for the ancient river and gorge that divides the city of Rhonda in Andalusia, Trio Guadalevín explores the deep roots that bind the Americas with Southern Europe, the Maghreb and West Africa – roots that stretch across the ocean and intermingle Indigenous, African, Arabic and European cultural expressions.

Drawing on Mexican Son Jarocho and Huasteco, melodies sung in Zapotec, Spanish xácaras, Italian ciaccona, Andalusian song, Sephardic balladry and Moroccan shabia, artists Abel Rocha, August Denhard and Antonio Gómez interpret and often re-imagine a soundscape that draws on the many facets of identity that link Latin America and the Mediterranean.

Tickets are $18 for members and $25 for non-members and includes free admission to the Museum. Doors open for happy hour at 6:00pm, which includes complimentary snacks and a cash bar featuring local wines and beers. To get tickets, visit our Buy Tickets page. For more information about Third Thursdays at the Museum, contact Alphild Dick, Marketing & Events Coordinator, at alphildd@harborhistorymuseum.org or 253-858-6722 ext. 5.