A UNC music course is exposing students to traditional Cuban music

By Betsy Scarisbrick

Professor David Garcia and his students rehearse pieces for their class centered on Charanga music. (Betsy Scarisbrick / Carolina Connection)

A UNC music class is exposing students to traditional Cuban music. It’s a style called “Charanga,” and is the only university based group in North Carolina. The class is growing in popularity, and it’s all thanks to Professor David Garcia.

Betsy Scarisbrick has the story.


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