The Song of Pueblo is a multi-media performance with historic photographs, paintings and video reenactments projected behind the musicians

Song of Pueblo

About

Since 2008, Song of Pueblo has been a multi-media performance with historic photographs, paintings and video reenactments projected behind the musicians.  Together with the narrations, lyrics and exquisite music, audiences of all ages are deeply moved by this memorable show.

This collection of original songs creates an anthology of music, each song is a story of epic historical events for example: 

  • The battle between Spanish General Juan Batista de Anza and the Comanche Chief Cuerno Verde, in the    1700s 
  • The founding of the steel mill,1800s
  • The great flood of 1921, 
  • The tidal wave of immigration
  • The Ludlow Massacre, 1914
  •  The creation of the patchwork of ethnic neighborhoods that comprise Pueblo.
Deborah Espinosa

Deborah Espinosa

PRODUCER

Deborah, former director of El Pueblo History Museum for History Colorado, says she believes Pueblo is the most historic town in Colorado. “What better way to demonstrate our epic history, than through the performing arts and talent that touches the soul?”

Juan Espinosa

Artistic Director, Videographer, Photographer

Juan Espinosa reporter, columnist and editor for the Pueblo Chieftain for 22 years,

used his extensive photo and video library, to add to archival images gathered from Pueblo’s extensive repositories. 

Daniel Valdez

Daniel Valdez

Composer, Lyricist, Original Director

Commissioned artist, Daniel Valdez, wrote the music and lyrics. “When I began this process of storytelling about the Pueblo area I was overwhelmed with the history… …about how the stamina of the people of Pueblo has prevailed. Mr. Valdez resides in California.

Local history gets told through music

Pueblo Chieftain Story