Canciones by: Sara Rodriguez (Saranaide) Presented by friends of Hispanic Arts

Canisius College presents from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Marie Maday Theatre located in Lyons Hall. The event, which features Saranaide, is co-sponsored by the Friends of Hispanic Arts (FOHA), MexiCanisius and the Latin American Studies Department.

Description: Sara Rodriguez, also known as Saranaide, will present songs by Latin American artists and genres that have influenced Sara as a singer-songwriter. In this intimate performance, Saranaide creates an evening that intertwines songs with stories that shares with the audience the inner workings of this artist and her life journey.

Saranaide is a born and raised Buffalo musician. With a self-titled EP released in September 2016, Saranaide has been bringing the soulful grooves. Inspired and influenced by soul, reggae, jazz and world music, Sara brings a sound that is sure to delight all audiences. Along with performing with her own band, she also can be seen with the Buffalo Afrobeat Orchestra and Preach Freedom and Connect.

Admission is $10 for general admission; students are free with a valid ID. Tickets will be available on the day of the event at the entrance of the Marie Maday Theatre.

Contact details: For more information on Canciones and other upcoming FOHA events, visit

Friends of Hispanic Arts on Facebook, or contact Sara Rodriguez at saranaidemusic@gmail.com.

 

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