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Puerto Rican cuatro player Fabiola Méndez brings her rich background in Latin and jazz to the Spotlight stage with unparalleled technique
Arts at the Armory is delighted to welcome back cuatro player, singer, composer, and educator Fabiola Méndez as a headliner to our Spotlight Series. Her artistic vision and original music focus on the exploration of her culture, her ancestry, and her identities.
Native to Caguas, PR, Méndez began playing the cuatro, a 5-double string traditional guitar of Puerto Rico, when she was 6 years old. In 2018 she graduated from Berklee College of Music as the first student to play the Puerto Rican ... view more »
The Center for Arts at the Armory is conveniently located at 191 Highland Avenue between Davis and Union Squares in Somerville, Massachusetts. The award-winning Arts at the Armory Café can be found on the left-hand side as you enter the first floor. A free 44-space parking lot is located behind the Armory. An additional overflow parking lot is available. Once full, there is overflow parking at 75 Belmont Street, Somerville.
Public Transportation: Take the 88 and 90 buses, or take the Green Line E branch to the Magoun Square T stop (~10 minute walk to The Armory.)