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Why do I feel so much pain, Violeta Parra?

Originally published at Chileno.co.uk, England, on January 3, 2013. Or on how to assess the Chilean film “Violeta went to heaven” on opening night in Washington DC Patricio Zamorano Translation …

“La Vida Breve (A Brief Life)” & “Viva Zarzuela” at the In Series

Have you ever seen a show and heard something you know you’ve heard before and thought, “That’s from an opera?” So it was with La Vida Breve, the In Series charming production of this iconic but rarely performed Spanish opera by Manuel De Falla and libretto by Carlos Fernandez Shaw. It is performed in Spanish with English surtitles.

Press release: Patricio Zamorano performs at the Smithsonian

Smithsonian Latino Center Presents an Evening of Bilingual Poetry and Music Program Continues to Document the Latino Presence in D.C. November 22, 2011 The Smithsonian Latino Center continues to document …

Sheridan Circle Memorial Service – Patricio Zamorano

Until September 11, 2001, the car bombing on Massachusetts Avenue was the most infamous act of international terrorism ever to take place in our nation’s capital. On September 21, 1976 agents of the Augusto Pinochet regime planted a car bomb at this location which brutally took the lives but not the memory of two IPS colleagues, who fought for equality and justice through reason, not violence.

The Annual Sheridan Circle Memorial Service – Music by Patricio Zamorano

Until September 11, 2001, the car bombing on Massachusetts Avenue was the most infamous act of international terrorism ever to take place in our nation’s capital. On September 21, 1976 agents of the Augusto Pinochet regime planted a car bomb at this location which brutally took the lives but not the memory of two IPS colleagues, who fought for equality and justice through reason, not violence…