Upcoming Show: March 22nd at La Peña Cultural Center in Berkeley, CA.

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I will be playing a very special show on Friday March 22nd in celebration of International Women’s Month presented by La Peña and the Transnational Institute for Grassroots Research & Action (TIGRA). I will be opening the show, accompanied by Patrick Wolff (clarinet and tenor sax) and by Tomoko Funaki on upright bass. Please read below for more information.

I hope to see you there!

LAS TRES MARÎAS…

Cynthia Alexander, Diana Gameros & Radmilla Cody. Las Tres Marîas are musical virtuosas, honoring the love, sacrifice and role of women in the migrant economy. Las Tres Marîas will weave their migration her-stories with international migrant struggles through the power of song.

Friday, March 22, 2013 (8pm)

@ La Peña: 3105 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94705

TICKETS:http://lapena.org/event/la-pena-and-tigra-present-las-tres-marias-journeys-beyond-gender/

Radmilla Cody is a GRAMMY Nominee, an award winning Native American Recording Artist, an international performer, former Miss Navajo Nation, and an advocate against domestic abuse and violence. Miss Cody is of the Tla’a’schi’i’(Red Bottom People) clan and is born for the Naahilii (African-Americans). She is the subject of an award winning documentary entitled “Hearing Radmilla”, produced and directed by Angela Webb, which further explores Radmilla’s journey as an activist and performer. Radmilla holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Relations with a minor in Sociology and is currently pursuing her Masters in Sociology. In 2010, Radmilla was selected for NPR’s 50 Great Voices, a yearlong series featuring singers from all over the world. Recently, Radmilla was awarded the “Black History Makers Award 2012” from Initiative Radio. http://www.radmillacody.net/

Cynthia Alexander is a singer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist highly regarded in her native Philippines, who currently lives in Seattle, Washington. As an independent artist, she has released four award-winning albums and is involved in a wide variety of musical projects ranging from film scores to sound installations. Most recently, she composed the eclectic musical score for the highly acclaimed Ballet Philippines production Pusong Wagas, for which she fused electronic, industrial, indigenous, contemporary and pop elements into a cohesive musical narrative. http://www.reverbnation.com/cynthialexander

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  1. Wish I could see you there. It sounds like a great event. Break a leg!

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