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Aida Cuevas: University Musical Society.:

Often called the queen of ranchera music, this master of the mariachi art song is known for her stunning vocals and a commitment to traditional mariachi music that has sustained a career of over 40 years with nearly as many albums. Cuevas is joined by Mariachi Aztlán, a University of TexasRio Grande Valley student ensemble that’s one of the top collegiate mariachi bands in the country. Also, earlier today (11 a.m.–12:15 p.m.), at Hill Auditorium as well, Cuevas and Mariachi Aztlán present a performance tailored to children in grades K-12 and their teachers ($7, pre-registration required at ums.org/performance/you-can-dance-ballet-folklorico). 8 p.m, Hill Auditorium. Mask required if Washtenaw County is in the CDC’s high-risk category. Tickets $25–$59 (students, $12-$20) at tickets.UMS.org. 764–2538.

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