Wednesday, April 18, 7:00pm
Lecture Hall building, room 238
The Anga Rory International Troupe is composed of musicians and dancers who have become famous for their folkloric music of Paraguay. Established in 2002 by Professor Lilia Doldan, the group’s name, Anga Rory, means “Joy of the Soul,” in the Guarani language of Paraguay. Members of the troupe wear authentic costumes representing the various peoples of Paraguay while presenting the many varieties of music and dance routines from their country. FREE ADMISSION.
This event is co-sponsored by the College of Fine Arts and Communication and the Department of Foreign Languages in the College of Liberal Arts. For more information, contact the Department of Foreign Languages at firstname.lastname@example.org.