Stop by Connecticut Historial Society on August 15th for a FREE outdoor concert featuring El Conjunto Guajiba y Sharina “La reinita que canta.” They will present jíbaro music, rural folk music from the countryside and mountains of Puerto Rico. Director Roberto Piñeiro is a musical powerhouse with years of playing in different traditional music ensembles around New England and Puerto Rico. Sharina De Leon, “the songbird,” is a fourth-generation trovadora who improvises lyrical rhymes in the songs. Come hear the music that some feel embodies the feeling and flavor of Boricua pride.
Grounds are open for seating and picnicking from 5 PM, and the music begins at 6 PM. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and food, or pick up a delicious meal or snacks from a food truck, which will be on site from 4:30 – 7:00pm!
Date: Thursday, August 15th
Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Location: Connecticut Historial Society – 1 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT
Cost: FREE and Open to the Public
For more information please visit www.chs.org.