STARS Jarabe Mexicano
THIS SHOW HAS TWO PERFORMANCES:
MONDAY OCTOBER 23, 10:00AM - CLICK HERE FOR TIX
MONDAY OCTOBER 23, 12:30PM - CLICK HERE FOR TIX
Recommended for grades 3 & Up
About the performance: A 60 minute interactive concert where the Mexican traditions of Dia de los Muertos are introduced and exposed through traditional music, dance, singalong, anecdote, Q&A (with prizes), and eurythmic participation.
About Jarabe Mexicano: Jarabe Mexicano hit the Latin music scene in 2015, electrifying audiences throughout the U.S. and Mexico. Performing on traditional mariachi instruments accompanied by lively percussion, Jarabe’s arrangements feature stunning harmonized vocals in Spanish and English. Along with traditional boleros, huapangos, sones, and rancheras, audiences thrill to their upbeat cumbias, revamped rock & roll hits, and reggae classics. The irresistible synergy between lead vocalist Gustavo Alcoser, musical director Mario Eguia on requinto, Kevin Lomes on vihuela, Chris Behrens on guitarrón, and Alejandro Tapia on percussion and guitar leaves audiences chanting for encores!
With extensive backgrounds in music education, members of Jarabe have established strong ties to local community organizations including the City Heights Music School, the Road Scholar Senior Education program, and other arts programs throughout San Diego.
Lean more about this performance at: www.jarabemexicano.com
The STARS series is underwritten by Pat and Pete Frechette and supported in part by funding from United Way of Eagle River Valley. Additional support provided by Anonymous, Eagle Valley Community Fund, Susan & Harry Frampton, the Forrest & Frances Lattner Foundation, The Precourt Foundation, Ann Smead & Michael Byram, the Vilar Guild and the Soros Charitable Fund.