One of the songs that we will be performing for our up-coming play “Who is Responsible?” by Agustín Lira;
We are still accepting actors – beginners thru experienced – crowd scenes and character roles….it is informative and entertaining. 6:00 p.m. each friday @ the Mosqueda Community Center. For more info call Teatro de la Tierra @ 559-485-8558.
The author is Venezolano, but he wrote of the Salvadoreños – their history, as the history of Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and more, is heartbreaking…it is no wonder that Central Americans are coming here. We need to allow them in.
Review: Agustín Lira, ‘Songs Of Hope And Struggle
Save the Date: August 12th, 2017 @ 3:00 p.m. the students of Generaciones Project will perform new additions to their repertoire, along with their instructors Lira & Wells, special guest is Merlinda Espinosa; Raffle prizes, aguas Mexicanas (jamaica, piña, & limonada), and more…1515 Divisadero Ave., Alfonso Hernandez Youth Center, Fresno CA (559) 485-8558
Wednesday 9am – 8pm
Hope Lutheran Church
A day of justice projects, fellowship and mission. Registered participants will get a free t-shirt, lunch and supper. Learn more and sign up to be on the email list here: http://
Confirmed Speakers and Groups (more being added):
Rev. Lyle J Beckman (San Francisco Night Ministry); Nancy Nielsen(Lutheran Social Services Golden Gate and Leavenworth.);ReconcilingWorks: Lutherans for Full Participation (Sierra Pacific).
Confirmed Service Opportunities at: (more being added)
ARF – Animal Rescue Fresno, Habitat For Humanity (ReStore in Clovis), Hope Lutheran Church Fresno
I’m pleased to announce that Agustin Lira will be our evening keynote after dinner. Join us for a free folk with music from a justice worker who wrote protest songs to support the Caesar Chavez boycotts in Fresno.http://www.npr.org/…/first-listen-agust-n-lira-songs-of-hop…
The Press at California State University, Fresno
Road to Sweet’s Mill
Folk Music in the West during the 1960s and ’70s
concert performers: Evo Bluestein, Terry Barrett, Barry Shultz, Alma (Agustin Lira & Patricia Wells Solorzano), Two for the Road and The Gilly Girls
The book is a study of the regional folk subculture of the era with archival recordings, photos, interviews and more.
“Sweet’s Mill was a jewel in the crown really. There’s something so beautiful about the Central California location.” –Barry Olivier, Berkeley Festival Director
“We could be who we were. Extravagantly, we could celebrate it.” —Mac Benford, Highwoods String Band
“People do music because they have no choice. Some folks are put together so they can’t not pick tunes.” —Solomon Feldthouse, maestro
“We wanted a lot more cultural events than just music. All around life, you know, all the way through. Since people stayed longer, we wanted other things happening because some of them weren’t musicians. I tried to include as many kinds of art as we could.” — Virgil Byxbe, Sweet’s Mill Director
Wahlberg Recital Hall, Cal. State University Fresno, old music building, 7 PM
free to students, $10 general admission, $7 for students of other schools (with ID)