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Thursday, June 22, 2000


UH Outreach College

Lively return
to tradition

The celebration of the 100th anniversary of Puerto Rican immigration to Hawaii continues with a performance by Conjuñto Borrinqueno 8 p.m. Saturday at the University of Hawai'i Campus Center Ballroom.

The group uses traditional instruments -- such as the cuatro, a 10-string Spanish guitar; and the guiro, a serrated gourd used as percussion -- to perform folk music as it was before salsa and horns came to define today's perception of Latin music.

The one thing the older form and newer forms have it common is their liveliness, so be prepared to dance.

Tickets, available at the Campus Center box office, are $10 general, and $8 for students, seniors, UH faculty and staff.

For more information, call 956-3836.

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