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18965(Berwyn, IL) IL Mano a Mano Workshop, Sunday, February 9, 2014

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  • Esteban Amaro
    Jan 20, 2014
    ¡Que viva la Vida! ¡Que se Interprete la Fiesta! Creative Suggestions for Interpreting Music from Spanish into ASL


    This workshop provides an opportunity for trilingual interpreters to discover the artist within. Beginning with an overview of interpreting Latino music in a variety of settings, participants will then learn techniques for navigating challenges while interpreting music in Spanish such as : logistics, analyzing lyrics, transliterating vs. interpreting and overcoming stage fright. Participants will listen to and watch a few examples and do a couple of hands-on interpreting activities as a group in a nonjudgmental and supportive environment.

    Presented by: Sabrina Patiño and Nestor Daniel Borjon


    Sunday, February 9, 2014


    Berwyn Public Library

    Board Room

    2701 S. Harlem Ave.

    Berwyn, IL 60402

    0.3 RID CEUs

    *RID CEUs sponsored by IRID*



    IL Mano a Mano Student Member: $10

    IL Mano a Mano Member: $15

    Non-member student: $15

    Non-IL Mano a Mano member: $25


    Sabrina Patino. NIC, EIPA, B.A. in Hispanic Arts, Trilingual Interpreter and Zumba Instructor.   Born and raised in the Chicagoland area, has worked as a Trilingual interpreter in various settings including performance art, VRI, VRS, medical, and educational.   Sabrina is currently Region 3 Representative for Mano a Mano.  Her passion for Latino culture drew her to schools for the Deaf in Mexico and the Dominican Republic and to teach Flamenco dance for Deaf children under a Neighborhood arts program grant for four years in Chicago.   She currently teaches Zumba Gold for the Deaf locally. She enjoys hanging out with her 16 year old and reading, singing, dancing and signing with her 4 year old son.


    Nestor "Dani" Daniel Borjon was born and raised in the culturally rich city of Chicago to parents of Mexican descent.  His deep appreciation for visual artistic expression/Art and all its different art forms began during his high school career when he became involved with Mexican Folkloric Dance and the Deaf community.  Daniel graduated from Columbia College Chicago in 2008 with a B.A. in ASL-English Interpretation.  Currently, Daniel works as an Educational Interpreter for the Chicago Public Schools, as a Trilingual Video Relay Interpreter and volunteers with the Deaf-Blind community in Chicago. He enjoys traveling, dancing, interpreting and going to Deaf social events.  


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    No refunds after Friday, January 31, 2014.

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