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We are pleased to host Jarabe Mexicano as part of our integrated series at N4th Theatre, where we bring musicians to perform for the artists with developmental disabilities at N4th and invite the community to come join the fun and see the great work they do there. Community spots are limited to 60 people and reservations are required.
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 Tavo Alcoser, Kevin Lomes on vihuela and vocals, Chris Behrens on guitarron and vocals, Jose Martin Marquez on requinto and vocals, and artistic director Danny Brito on percussion leaves audiences chanting for encores!
Jarabe takes a special interest in celebrating Latino cultures through programming such as their Cinco de Mayo Concert in the Park in San Diego, CA as well as their 2017 Día de los Muertos multi-city tour. Likewise, in 2016, the band embarked on a U.S. Consulate-sponsored outreach tour of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, where they represented the U.S. at the 10th Annual International Arts & Culture Festival for Peace (La Paz, Mexico) and performed outreach concerts at rural and urban schools.
Most members of the group have grown up living, studying and working on both sides of the border, giving them an intimate understanding of the transborder demands and the challenges facing millions who experience cross-cultural lives.
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