Flute Class Skills

  • Listening skills
  • Harmony
  • Discipline
  • Creativity
  • Persistence
  • Self-confidence

Questions about Music:

  • How has the music program helped you become a better student?
  • What does music help you learn?
  • Why does this High School have a music program?
  • How important do you think music is in life?
  • How does the instrument make you feel?
  • Do you think more schools should have this type of “cultural” music in its school?
  • What make Frida Kahlo High School special?
  • How do your music teacher inspire you?
  • Why would you like people to invest time and money into the music program at your school?

Music Event:


January 26, 2010 

Media Contact: Ellen Morgan                                 

(213) 241-6766


Los Lobos Songwriter to Visit and Perform with

Frida Kahlo High School Students 


WHO: Louis Pérez, songwriter, percussionist and guitarist of the band “Los Lobos,” will be interacting with the Frida Kahlo student body and performing with the school’s “Serenata de Frida” musical group which focuses on the “jarana” (a small Mexican guitar) genre of music.  

WHEN:          Wednesday, January 27 at 11:00 a.m.   
WHERE:        Frida Kahlo High School  Theater
1924 S. Los Angeles St. ,     Los Angeles 90011 
BACKGROUND:  Frida Kahlo High School’s music program develops young musicians as an incentive to student performance through their interest in music.  Beginning with the basic guitar class, Andean flute class and the jarana class, the students can advance and chose to join the performing group known as “Serenata de Frida”.  The group has performed at several groundbreaking ceremonies for the Los Angeles Unified School District and private events throughout Los Angeles.   

Los Lobos are three-time Grammy Award winners. Their music is influenced by rock and roll, Tex-Mex, country music, folk, R&B, blues and traditional Spanish and Mexican music such as boleros and norteños. Mexican-American roots-rock group Los Lobos has been performing and releasing albums since the late 1970s. 
 Frida Kahlo High School
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