Traditional Hispanic Violin - Music and Dance of Colorado and New Mexico
It is a pleasure to provide you with an insight into my work in the presentation and preservation of traditional southwest Hispano music of Colorado and New Mexico through my lecture-demonstrations, concerts, performances and CDs. I hope that you will enjoy this music and possibly attend one of our upcoming performances.
Over the years, I have been fortunate to play folk, classical, and liturgical music. Also, I have been teaching the dances of the 1840’s in Colorado and New Mexico (waltzes, polkas, schottisches, redondos, cuadrillas, and other styles). My master teachers have given of themselves so that I could continue age-old traditions of music and dance presentation and preservation for your insight and enjoyment. Currently, I am studying violin under Paul Primus, Principal Second Chair of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra in Denver, Colorado. The musicians I perform with are truly masters of their style, genre and repertoire.
I have included some of my writings for your enjoyment and research, as well.
I look forward to someday playing for you and presenting our work.
Lorenzo A. Trujillo
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