ROCKLAND — Children’s music performer Flor Bromley shares the Latino-American experience with her Fiesta with Flor concert Saturday, Nov. 19, at 11 a.m. As part of the Strand Family Series, the show can be experienced in person at the theater, or livestreamed from home. Tickets for both options are offered on a Pay-What-You-Can scale, $0-20.

With this multicultural musical celebration, kids and families can join in the fun as they learn about different musical genres through dance, storytelling and songs –  “traveling” with Flor to the countries where the rhythms were born. The recommended ages for children are preschool to 10 years. Running time for the show is 60 minutes.

Flor Bromley is a bilingual actress/singer/songwriter, storyteller and puppeteer who wants to share the Latino-American experience with a new generation through her songs. Born in Peru, Flor uses global rhythms, bilingualism, the power of storytelling and fun puppetry to engage different audiences from all backgrounds and ages. She is a professionally trained musical theater actress with an education degree. For more than 10 years, Flor has worked for organizations focusing on promoting children’s literacy through storytelling and musical experiences. Her latest album “Pachamama” is a tribute to Mother Earth and her indigenous roots. It can be streamed on all digital platforms. For more information, visit

A free livestreamed “Green Room Artist Chat” with Flor,  hosted by Strand Education Manager Brittany Parker, will be presented Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m. This presentation will be available to watch on the Strand’s Facebook and YouTube pages. During the chat, viewers will hear about what the audience will see at Flor’s upcoming performance at the Strand, and viewers will have the opportunity to ask questions via the comment sections.

Sponsorship support for the Strand Famly Series has been provided by Owls Head Transportation Museum and Rockland Harbor Hotel. Grant support for the series includes the Maine Arts Commission, Knox County Fund of the Maine Community Foundation, New England Foundation for the Arts, Nellie Leaman Taft Foundation, and Western Arts Alliance — Advancing Indigenous Performance Program.

More information, and tickets to see the show in-person or livestreamed, can be found at or (207) 594-0070. The Strand Theatre is located at 345 Main St.