Nortec Collective Presents: Bostich & Fussible

Nortec Collective

Friday, September 25, 2009, 8:00 pm
Hogg Memorial Auditorium
$29/10 (Students)


“The future music for the rest of Mexico…” – The Wire (England)

As Mexico prepares its Centenial and Bicentennial celebrations in 2010, Nortec Collective is creating the country’s soundtrack for the next 100 years. More of a movement than a band, Nortec Collective started in the late 90s when several Mexican musicians began fusing norteño and techno. Since then, they have created a vibrant and uncharted brand of alternative Latin music that transcends its genre. The music is an energy and force, which commands people to shake, dance and move their way out of any inhibition and leave modesty behind. From the moment it begins, a Nortec Collective performance shocks the soul and their universal rhythms create a remarkable harmony between artists and audiences.

The Nortec Phenomenon: Brown Bag Lunch with Bostich & Fussible
Free and Open to the Public
Thursday, September 24, 2009
12:30pm – 1:30pm
Cafe (Level 3) in the Lobby of Bass Concert Hall

Join us for an open forum featuring Bostich, Fussible, and a panel of experts focusing on the Nortec phenomenon and border culture.
September 24 6:30-7:30 PM
The Performance Lab at the Mexican American Cultural Center
Download the flyer for more information – PDF

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