Listening to Cumbia brings together scholars, filmmakers, artists, and archivists for a symposium, screening, and DJ event on the contemporary cultural and political history of cumbia music in Mexico and the United States. Cumbia – as transnational record circulation and as local sound system dance scenes – is a living culture that provides insight into the cross-border effects of this popular music as force of social identity and mode of communication among Latinx communities.
3:30 – 5:00 PM | Listening Through Time: Myths of Past Futurities in Cumbia Rebajada: Juan David Rubio Restrepo
8:00 – 10:00 PM | Baile/Performance (Storke Plaza): Sabotaje Media, Space Primo, Ganas, Tropicaza, Xandão, and Penny Lane
For complete information and the up-to-date schedule, visit the symposium’s page at The Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music here.
Organized by the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music. Cosponsored by the IHC’s Faculty Collaborative Research Grant, Carsey-Wolf Center, Humanities and Fine Arts, KCSB-FM, Anthropology, Chicana/o Studies, Film and Media Studies, and Ethnomusicology Forum