Farruquito's June Shows at NYU Skirball Center are Cancelled

Farruquito's June Shows at NYU Skirball Center are Cancelled

World Music Institute has been informed by Farruquito's management that they are cancelling his two New York performances (June 21-22 at NYU Skirball Center), due to production issues. WMI regretfully announces that despite great efforts to reschedule, there are no new dates.

Tickets previously purchased for the June 21-22 performances will be refunded or credited towards next season. For more information, please visitwww.worldmusicinstitute.org.

Stay tuned for details on World Music Institute's exciting 2014-15 season, to be announced over the summer.

About World Music Institute

World Music Institute is a not-for-profit concert presenting organization founded in 1985 and dedicated to the presentation of the finest in traditional and contemporary music and dance from around the world.

WMI encourages cultural exchange between nations and ethnic groups and collaborates with community organizations and academic institutions in fostering greater understanding of the world's cultural traditions. WMI works extensively with community groups and organizations including Indian, Iranian, Chinese, Korean, Middle Eastern, Latin American, Hungarian, Irish, and Central Asian. This has enabled it to be at the forefront of planning and presenting the finest ensembles from these countries.

WMI presents a full season of concerts each year in New York City, and arranges national tours by visiting musicians from abroad, as well as US-based artists. WMI's accomplishments and expertise in its field are recognized by major institutions throughout the US and internationally.

WMI has brought many musical, dance and ritual traditions to the New York stage for the first time, including Laotian sung poetry, folk music of Khorason and Bushehr (Iran), songs of the Yemenite Jews, Bardic divas of Central Asia, trance ceremonies from Morocco, music from Madagascar, and Theyyams (masked dances) of Kerala, South India. Many artists have been given their U.S. or New York debuts by WMI.