VIVA MEXICO, VIVA AMERICA! Featuring Mariachi Los Camperos
Musco Center Presents Heartbeat of Mexico
VIVA MEXICO, VIVA AMERICA!
MARIACHI LOS CAMPEROS
Based in Los Angeles, Mariachi Los Camperos is a Grammy Award-winning ensemble founded in the 1960s by musician Nati Cano. The group went on to perform with singer Linda Ronstadt and rose to become of the world’s best-known mariachi bands, playing Disney Hall, Carnegie Hall, Segerstrom Hall and the Kennedy Center. Though Nati Cano died in 2014, his legacy truly lives on in this group.
WITH SPECIAL GUEST MARIACHI MESTIZO
Experience the thrill of Mariachi Mestizo, the talented young ensemble of The Mariachi Studio in California’s Central Valley. There’s no doubt the mariachi tradition is thriving when you see these talented students come together under the tutelage of mariachi master Juan Morales, who believes “every student can learn to play mariachi regardless of their nationality, culture, or gender.” The group has already recorded an album at Capitol Records’ fabled Studio A and made their Carnegie Hall debut in April 2017.
A Musco Center World CAFE Event Presented in association with Chapman University’s Latinx Staff and Faculty Forum