Nick and Enrique” are an instrumental Latin and jazz duo from Palm Springs with styles ranging from Jobim, to Buena Vista Social Club, to Miles Davis. Continue reading
Founded in 1999 by trumpet player Cindy Shea, the Two Time Grammy Award Winning Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea is a multicultural, all-female ensemble that continues to push and expand the scope of mariachi music. Since 2003, Mariachi Divas has been the official mariachi of the Disneyland Resort where they entertain audiences of all ages and backgrounds on a year-round basis. Continue reading
At ACAPARA MUSICAL, they are focused on providing YOU AND YOUR GUESTS a very intimate and humble blend of music with a sense of tradition, history and warmth permiating the spirit of brotherhood and humanity. Continue reading
Calé creates an intimate relationship with their audience, connecting almost immediately with deep, guarded places in the soul. The origin of their Latin-fusion music, shaped and re-shaped through generations, is from Spanish-Arabic, North African and Romany regions. Continue reading
A virtuoso of classical, jazz, flamenco and contemporary styles, as well as a multi instrumentalist, Philip is recognized for his expressive musicality and technical precision. Continue reading
Mr. Aragon was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, where he began his studies in classical and flamenco guitar. At an early age, Oscar had already begun to play at many fine clubs and galleries throughout Mexico.
Barcelona Nights is a refreshing blend of Flamenco guitar and Cajon percussion. Continue reading
Our Mariachi band has been playing together since 1994. Whether playing as a trio or a full 9 pieces they are steeped in the traditional sound of Mexico. Traditional Mariachi’s are always a great way to add ambiance to your themed event. Your guests will be think they have gone “south of the border” once they’ve heard this group play. Ole!
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Javid and Naoko is a New Flamenco ensemble comprised of husband and wife guitar virtuosos. Exquisitely original guitar compositions instilled with the intense energy of the heart and the fiery passion of the soul. Continue reading
San Diego based French-American musician Josquin des Pres grew up in the south of France, the epicenter of French Gypsy Rumba that took the world by storm,when the Gipsy Kings invaded the airwaves in the late 1980s. This now popular sound which had taken birth in small communities in the south of France has now become a worldwide phenomenon. Continue reading
Tera has been performing for the past 25 years, 18 professionally. It all started when her Mexican father Juan Bonilla, born in Delicias, Chihuahua, met her mother Starla while she was in high school in Tustin, CA. They fell in love and that was just the beginning. Tera grew up the oldest of 5 children singing alongside her Papa on the guitar. This not only created a wealth of childhood memories but it helped her realize her love for music. Continue reading
Electric violinist Susie Hansen plays fiery Latin Jazz and Salsa, creating music that brings audiences to their feet, dancing in the aisles. Susie and her Los Angeles-based band have been acclaimed by many critics, such as Phil Elwood from the San Francisco Examiner who describes them this way: “It’s a sizzling, swinging Salsa band. Hansen can solo as if her bow was afire. The whole room was jumpin’ for joy.” Continue reading
Blending the sounds of Brazil, Spain, the US, Cuba, Africa, and the Middle East, Otro Mundo will take you on a musical journey around the world. The band consists of Dusty Brough on guitar, Kevin Freeby on bass, and Steve Haney on percussion. Together, Otro Mundo beautifully combines the roots of Samba, Bossa Nova, Flamenco and Latin Jazz, as well as Middle Eastern Gypsy, Mediterranean Folk and Balkan music to create a distinctive musical experience. Continue reading
Guitarist/composer Bruce Harvey is a founding member of Del Mundo. His interest in world music began as a Peace Corps volunteer in Somalia, East Africa. He spent two years in Spain, studying Spanish music and culture, before returning to the United States to form Del Mundo. Continue reading
Professionalism, dedication, and loyalty to the century old traditions of the music and culture of Mexico continue to drive this group to new heights. Continue reading
Alturas (formally known as RAMA NUEVE) was born in La Paz, Bolivia in 1975. During the first year the group produced the number one hit song in Bolivia. They also entered and won several folk music festivals and traveled throughout South America performing. Alturas has made his presence known in Sound Tracks, Television Appearances, and is heard in hundreds of Radio Stations around the United States of America, Latin America, and Europe. Their continuous appearances in Universities, Colleges and Festivals have brought audiences to their feet amazed at the skills and professional performance of Alturas.
In March of 2002, Alturas was nominated as Best Group in The Orange County Music Awards (OCMA) in “World Music” Category.
Alturas has always received a warm reception and this has made them take the decision to tour U.S.A. and Canada in the near future. They are looking forward to spread their music to people of all backgrounds who will lend an ear.
Whenever, and wherever they perform, their professionalism and musicianship is always admired. As Alturas begins to play, audiences cannot resist participation, clapping their hands and singing along, they are soon captivated as the music takes them up to the heights of “The Flight of the Condor” for an experience they will never forget.
Inka Kings are considered the outmost representative group in the United States that combines Andean music (Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador) with Caribbean/Tropical, Flamenco, Classic and Melodic rhythms, interpreted with Andean instruments.
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Passion, Rhythm, Energy and Love: the elements most prominent within Emilio Castillo’s music.
A combination of Spanish flamenco guitar, South American rhythms together with modern and new age influences, make his music for both a meaningful and energetic experience.
Sariri is a word from the Aymara culture, inhabiting Bolivia and Peru. The Sariri is a ceremonial musician, keeper of treaditional music, that travels from place to place, his arrival signifies the beginning of the Fiesta. The band’s name serves to represent that objective of bringing the beautiful traditional music of South America, especially that of the native people of the Andes region.
Sariri is Francisco Duchicela (winds, percussion, vocals), Founder and Director; Jorge Quiros (winds, strings, vocals), Musical Director and Lead Instructor; Francisco Villalobos(strings, vocals), and Eduardo Cerecer (strings, vocals). Guest musicians are occasionally included in our venues to provide opportunity for local talent and other traveling Andes musicians.
Sariri is based out of San Diego, California.
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Under the leadership of José Hernandez, Mariachi Sol de Mexico has become the Nation’s Premiere Mariachi group.