Aparna Halpé Interviewed in Canvas Rebel Magazine



When Solidaridad takes the stage, our presence and our music has meaning. We don’t shy away from the truths of our time, and our tango is a raw cry reminding our audiences that change is here. And for me, that immigrant brown woman who almost gave up on her dream, even more than the heady joy of creating music and poetry, the power of Solidaridad lies in the young women who come to a show by badass boss women, and leave with a sparkle in their eyes.” (full interview)

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