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Cisco Orozco

Faculty
Music

Phone: (206) 592-4088

Office: 4-105

Mailstop: 18-1

Email: corozco@highline.edu


Originally from Oakland, CA, I arrived in Seattle in 2003 to pursue my academic interests in son jarocho and fandango and Latinx popular musics. I eventually earned a doctorate degree in ethnomusicology in 2012 from the University of Washington. Some of my work over the years include researching the "Chicano Soul" scene of 1960's San Antonio, working as associate curator on the ground-breaking exhibit and website, "American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music," teaching in the UW departments of Music and American Ethnic Studies, studying the art of capoeira, helping build the Seattle Fandango Project, and performing with De Cajon Project.

Department: Music

Winter 2022

TIMEMONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAY
OnlineMUSC 110 1YCF-OL (21498), MUSC 110 3YCF-OL (34256)
9-9:50 am

MUSC 110 2A-HY (21499)
Bldg 4 Rm 104-Class Laboratory

MUSC 110 2A-HY (21499)
Bldg 4 Rm 104-Class Laboratory

9-10:00 am

Online Office Hours
Drop-in Zoom Office Hour or Immediate Response via Email at corozco@highline.edu

9-11:00 am

In-Person Office Hours
4-105

2-3:00 pm

Online Office Hours
Drop-in Zoom Office Hour or Immediate Response via Email at corozco@highline.edu

Online Office Hours
Drop-in Zoom Office Hour or Immediate Response via Email at corozco@highline.edu