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Guadalajara 2019 ISPA Congress - La Bruja de Texcoco
Congress Theme - The Strength Within Us
La Bruja de Texcoco

La Bruja de Texcoco

Performer and composer of folkloric Mexican music - Interprete y compositora de música folclórica mexicana
Mexico - México

    

English Originally from Mexico City, she has been a musician of conviction for over 20 years. Transfeminity and Mexican tradition lover, The Witch is born in Texcoco between rituals, armadillo shells and the depth of the night. The Witch of Texcoco is a musical and performance project that is born by rejecting masculinity in Mexican music, appropriates it and leads it to develop in extravagant situations, full of femininity, huipiles, masks and sequins. It has been presented in various forums and alternate spaces in the CDMX including the MUAC-UNAM, UACM, National Museum of Popular Cultures, Museum of Contemporary Art. It was performed at "Rufino Tamayo" Theater of the city "Esperanza Iris" accompanying the CDMx Gay Choir on the anniversary of the ballet "Mexico De Colores", within the FIDS (International Festival of Sexual Diversity) at the University Museum CHOPO accompanied by the INJUVE Orchestra, and the music assembly DULCERIA MEXICANA among others.

Español Originaria de la Ciudad de México, ha sido una música de convicción por más de 20 años. Amante de la tradición mexicana y la transfinidad, The Witch nace en Texcoco entre rituales, armadillos y la profundidad de la noche. La bruja de texcoco Es un proyecto musical y performance que nace al rechazar la masculinidad en la música mexicana, se apropia de él y lo lleva a desarrollarse en situaciones extravagantes, llenas de feminidad, huipiles, máscaras y lentejuelas. Se ha presentado en varios foros y espacios alternativos en el CDMX. En el MUAC-UNAM, UACM, Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo. Teatro "Rufino Tamayo" de la ciudad "Esperanza Iris" que acompaña al Coro Gay CDMx en el aniversario del ballet "México De Colores", dentro del FIDS (Festival Internacional de Diversidad Sexual) en el Museo Universitario CHOPO acompañado por la Orquesta INJUVE, y el montaje de música DULCERIA MEXICANA entre otros.

Speaker - Conferencista
Session 3 | Mexico's Contemporary Traditional Arts - Sesión 3 | Artes tradicionales contemporáneas de México
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 - Miércoles 29 de mayo de 2019

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