COC takes a musical journey through Latin America

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The “Musical Journey through Latin America” concert was for a good cause and benefited certain groups in Santa Clarita. The progress will benefit SCVIP’s programs, and also will provide help for medical missions in Santa Clarita’s sister cities in Tena, Ecuador, and Sariaya, Philippines.

The Santa Clarita Performing arts center hosted “Musical Journey through Latin America” with the group Vento Sur live on stage, bringing popular Latin American music styles to Santa Clarita.

The “Musical Journey through Latin America” celebrated the culture across South America and revealed situations that Hispanics encounter daily. Vento sur provided an educational concert and offered profound messages in their songs.

The concert provided special and international guests throughout South America. Traditional dance performances such as tango, cumbia and samba got the crowd on their feet. These dances connected the audience with the music.

This multicultural concert by Vento Sur explained the struggles and hopes in Hispanics as part of education.

The Performing arts center experienced a sensational evening of music and culture.


Carlos Revelo has been part of the cougar news program for the last two years. In the first year he experienced from writing articles to accomplish his first journalism piece as a student. Since 2011 he enrolled media entertainment art classes at College of the Canyons, enjoying writing, reporting, and creating an on air personality. Being a part of the media department has increased his skills and helped him through the process. In his time off, Carlos spends time with family and friends. He also enjoys watching sports, traveling, and learning new things everyday. His biggest passion is soccer and sports. He is always up for learning and being a better person each day. He enjoys being part of College of the Canyons for the past few years and is ready to graduate waiting for new challenges.

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