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Next on AHA! A House for Arts: Identity

Artists express who they are through their art. We focus on the connection between art and identity. 

The award winning Alex Torres and His Latin Orchestra have performed for hundreds of festivals, venues, and events - and their music has been featured on television and on the big screen. 

The spirit of innovation is woven through contemporary Native American Art at the 'Cross Currents' exhibit, on display at the Center for Visual Art, Metropolitan State University of Denver.

'Jews Who Rock' is a unique exhibit exploring the 60+ year influence of Jews in rock and roll music, both on stage and behind the scenes. 

Brazzdance choreographer Augusto Soledade uses contrasting movements to narrate a Afro-Brazilian folktale.  And in a different creative piece, Soledade reflects on marginalization and social tension.

Watch Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 7:30pm
& Sunday, February 1, 2015 at noon

Musician Alex Torres on Childhood Music

Musician Alex Torres on Childhood Music

Musician Alex Torres discusses the music he listened to in his childhood.

Musician Alex Torres on His Latin Music

Musician Alex Torres on His Latin Music

Musician Alex Torres discusses the inspiration behind his Latin music.

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