February 25 6:00 pm

Semilla Cultural celebrates 10 years of sowing Puerto Rican bomba! Come celebrate with us and our community the impact of our programs! We will bring some of our favorite bomba songs, dancing and drumming, joined by the harvest: our students and community members with whom we have been building community.
This performance will be ASL interpreted.
Semilla Cultural (Cultural Seed) is a non-profit organization developing and cultivating a community that embraces Puerto Rican culture and arts in the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia region. We focus on raising cultural awareness by teaching and performing the Puerto Rican musical genres of Bomba and Plena, as well as educating the community as to the historical events that shaped this music.
Semilla Cultural was founded in January 2014 with the goal of giving back to the community what always belonged to them: Afro-Puerto Rican music and dance. We are a team of volunteers united by our love and respect for Puerto Rican culture who are committed to preserve and disseminate this legacy left by our ancestors.
Semilla Cultural connects with the community by using the arts as a medium of unity and empowerment. We also collaborate with other artists and groups to forward this mission. We are a grassroots organization, and although we are still growing, we are committed to educating and representing with pride and respect our love for Puerto Rican arts, culture, and traditions.