Friday, March 29, 2019 @ 8PM

Directly from Puerto Rico

Songs of desolation, rebirth, and evolution after Hurricane María!

Queer icon Eduardo Alegría is “one of the architects of Puerto Rico’s contemporary indie music scene.” (Bandcamp Daily) For March Is Music, his concert theater troupe Alegría Rampante play songs of desolation, rebirth, and evolution after Hurricane María. With sardonic good humor, you are invited on “a panoramic ride through the sociopolitical and psychic landscape” of the Island of Enchantment (“La isla del encanto”). Expect brazen emotion with bombastic rock flourishes! A featured artist presentation of Pregones/PRTT’s #MásPorPuertoRico initiative.

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ALEGRÍA RAMPANTE: Música de AntesVols. 1 y 2

In Música de Antes, the Puerto Rican post-pop outfit, led by Puerto Rican queer indie icon Eduardo Alegría, will be deploying their full sound spectrum in this highly theatrical concert that deals with the disaster area that the island has become in the grasp of disaster capitalism post hurricane Maria.

Songs about desolation, rebirth, and evolution, delivered with the humor and theatricality that Alegría is known for, will take the listener and watchers through a long panoramic ride through the sociopolitical and psychic landscape of colonial Puerto Rico. The show will be divided in two sets, dealing with different themes each. The first one is more about the political panorama, and the second will focus on the intimate experience.

Alegría Rampante released their first album, Se Nos Fue La Mano, in November of 2015, and are currently releasing new songs that will be part of their next full-length record.

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PREGONES THEATER
575 Walton Avenue
(b/w 149 & 150 Streets)
The Bronx, NY 10451

Subway #2, 4, 5 to 149 Street & Grand Concourse
We’re just one short block away from the station!

For more information call us at 718-585-1202.

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March Is Music 2019

  • Location

    at Pregones in THE BRONX

  • Curated by

    Alvan Colón Lespier & Desmar Guevara

  • Featuring

    Eduardo Alegría