Educational Lecture & Demonstration Series
Visiting artists work, either in a Lecture Demonstration capacity or in a master class capacity, with local schools, especially through their English as a Second Language and Special Education programs.
We have worked with the following schools in the New Orleans Metropolitan area to present Hispanic artists and performers:
Truman Middle School, Audubon Elementary School, Louisiana International School, Gretna Middle School, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, Delgado College, Tulane University, Loyola University, Harold Keller Middle School, Rudolph Matas Middle School, Jean Lafitte Elementary School, Bonnabel High School, McDonough 15 Magnet School, West Jefferson High School, Meisler Middle School, Grace King High School, Lafayette Middle School, Terrytown Elementary School, Miller Wall Elementary School, Trinity Episcopal School, Lusher Elementary School, Edward Hynes Elementary School, Alice Birney Elementary School, Airline Park Elementary School, Ralph Bunche Middle School, Ella Dolhonde Elementary School, Greenlawn Terrace Elementary School, Phoebe Hearst Elementary School, Riverdale High School, Walter Schneckenburger Elementary School,
Livingston Parish, LA: Livingston Middle School.
Lafayette, LA: Lafayette High School
Baton Rouge, LA: Baton Rouge Center for Visual and Performing Arts, Trinity Episcopal School.
We are working with the following schools in the New Orleans
Metropolitan area to present Hispanic artists and performers:
Adams Middle School, Gretna Middle School, Bonnabel High School and
Alice Birney Elementary School.
Visiting artists work in a master class capacity, with local schools,
especially through their English as a Second Language programs.
Participating students will perform together with their master class
teacher, at Celebration of International Cultures Festival.
Music, Dance, Art, Recipes
Musicians for Music, Pluma Productions,
Ecos Latinos Series
French and Spanish Immersion Programs
American Indian Program
Gifted and Talented
University of New Orleans
Stone Center, Tulane University
Jefferson Parish Public Library
Delgado Community College
For more information, please call the Jefferson Parish Public Schools
ELAD Office at 504-349-7702 or Carlos Valladares, Ecos Latinos Series
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Louisiana Division of
the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture,
Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts
Council. The grant is administered through the Arts Council of New
Orleans. It is also supported in part, by a Community Partnership
grant from the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation . This project
is produced by Jefferson Parish Public Schools English Language
Acquisition Department, in cooperation with Pluma Productions of the
Southern Dominican Province
and the Ecos Latinos Series of Musicians for Music.
To see our music videos, please visit http://www.youtube.com/ecoslatinos
A current listing of Ecos Latinos Live Performances can be found at: