Our next manifestation includes collaborations with local, national and international artists in all disciplines of the arts.  Check back with us this summer 2020 for details.


AFRO-CUBAN SATURDAYS from1:00 pm to 3:00 pm



Covering technique in folkloric  musical styles of Bembe, Guiro, Rumba Guaguanco, Rumba Columbia, Rumba Yambu

For more information call 520-370-6885

Manuel Aregullin was born in  Saltillo, Mexico in 1975. Inspired by his grandfather, jazz saxophonist, Red Holloway, he began his musical education at age six.  


He has studied Conga drumming and Lucumi song forms in Cuba and the US with such masters as Lazaro Galarraga, Michael Spiro, Jesus Diaz, Miguel Bernal, Reynaldo Gonzales, John Santos, Roberto Viscaino, Ramon Perez, Juan De Dios, Francisco Agualbella, and Los Munequitos De Matanzas. 


He currently resides in Tucson where he teaches ongoing classes in drum & song and acts as musical director of his Afro-Cuban ensemble, Ritmo-Bacheche.

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Manuel Aregullin on the left with teacher Daniel Alfonso in Matanzas, Cuba



Artistic Director Eliza Butler created this innovative program. You can learn more about it at facebook.com/voicesdelacalle or at youtube.com/voicesdelacalle

Artists join together through the use of social media to form a thought collective surrounding their artistic expression and the themes of identity and social justice. This is a collaborative project to inspire others to consider who we are becoming as a global community. Simultaneously, issues of power and representation are questioned throughout the process of sharing our Voices.

Eliza Butler with Pedrito Martinez at  Club Congress in Tucson, AZ Dec. 2014