Sound River

March 21–23, 2024

Sound River is a meditation on home, belonging, and regeneration by La Residencia Artist in Residence duendita. This performance features live music, field recordings, and video exploring coastal resiliency in New York City. 

This work was developed in conversation with Lower East Side community leader Lilah Mejia, Matthew Shore (South Bronx Unite), and Gita Nandan (The RETI Center).

Presented in partnership with La Sala de Pepe. All ages are welcome.

Interested in joining the waitlist for a sold-out show? To join, please check in with box office in-person 1 hour prior to showtime. Patrons who secure a ticket will be seated at the time designed for late seating.

Image by Alex Munro


About duendita

Candace Camacho is an artist and vocalist from Queens, NY. They compose and perform original music in the collaborative project duendita. Their work is evocative of the complexities and sentimentality of the human experience.

About La Residencia

La Residencia is a collaboration between Abrons Arts Center and Pública Espacio Cultural that supports artists of the Puerto Rican diaspora. Abrons and Pública, together with resident artists, develop platforms to support interdisciplinary, transnational collaboration with Puerto Rican and New York-based artists and cultural institutions facing challenges due to the archipelago’s colonial relationship to the United States.

About La Sala de Pepe

Founded by Jose “Pepe” Flores and Lyn Pentecost, La Sala de Pepe is a social club and arts space in Alphabet City. The Center draws from a long history of Latino social spaces in New York City and works to preserve the cultural spirit of the Lower East Side.


La Residencia is a collaborative residency partnership between Abrons Arts Center (New York, NY) and Pública​ (San Juan, PR) and made possible with funds provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.