USC Latino Alumni Association and USC Thornton School of Music present 

An Evening with Pepe Aguilar moderated by Univision's León Krauze

Tickets:

GENERAL PUBLIC: $25, Balcony only seating

USC FACULTY & STAFF: $15 Balcony only seating
with USC ID (limit 2 per person)

USC STUDENTS: Balcony only seating FREE with USC ID
(limit 1 per person; must be claimed in person at the USC Ticket Office)

4/28/2014 | 7:00 PM
Bovard Auditorium

The USC Latino Alumni Association proudly presents an evening with acclaimed singer-songwriter Pepe Aguilar. Join us for an intimate evening of music and conversation with the Grammy award-winning artist moderated by Len Krauze, Anchor, Univision KMEX.

This event includes a special musical presentation with the USC Trojan Marching Band, and the USC Thornton School of Music Popular Music Performance program students. 

This year's event is co-sponsored by the USC Thornton School of Music, and supported by USC Spectrum.

About Pepe Aguilar:

Pepe Aguilar is a Mexican singer-songwriter who has redefined the Ranchero genre with his own fusion of traditional Mariachi with Pop. He is the son of Mexican icons Antonio Aguilar and Flor Silvestre.

Pepe Aguilar is inarguably one of Latino music's greatest singer and composer. He is the most awarded Regional Mexican singer: 8 Grammy Awards (U.S. and Latin)/ 13 Premio Lo Nuestro/ 15 Number One songs on Billboard charts/ Billboard awards (including the Musical Legacy Award).

Pepe has 25 studio albums plus multiple compilations and 12 million plus records sold. Pepe's most recent album is "Lastima que Seas Ajena," a tribute to Vicente Fernandez. Aguilar received the 2,474th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on July 26, 2012, which was placed next to the star of his father Antonio.


About Len Krauze, Event Moderator Anchor, Univision KMEX, Los Angeles:    

A journalist, author and television news anchor, he is the main anchor at Univision KMEX in Los Angeles, where he hosts the nation's highest-rated news show. He is also host of "Open Source" on Fusion, the Univision/ABC joint venture that launched last summer. Krauze has focused on American politics for almost 20 years, having covered the last four election cycles for Latino media outlets in the United States and Mexico.