Salieron de Sinaloa. Iban con rumbo a la frontera. Cuatro amigos y un gran sueño. La ilusión… Que nunca muera. Con sus maletas repletas de sueños, partieron de su tierra Sinaloense, cada quien en distinta fecha, hace varios años y por azares del destino todos llegaron a Tijuana la ciudad mas visitada del mundo y ahí se reencontraron, sin ser músicos aun todavía, solo con la ilusión de aprender ese gran arte que ya traían en la sangre por herencia de sus abuelos, papas y tíos.

Grammy-winning musical phenomenon, La Santa Cecilia defies musical and cultural boundaries. Named after the patron saint of music, La Santa Cecilia is composed of accordionist and requinto player Jose ‘Pepe’ Carlos, bassist Alex Bendaña, percussionist Miguel ‘Oso’ Ramirez, and vocalist ‘La Marisoul’. With a captivating voice that sings about love, loss, and everyday struggles, the band has become the voice of a new bicultural generation in the United States, fully immersed in modern music but still close to their Latin American influences and Mexican heritage.

Since its inception in 1995, innovation and creativity have defined Ozomatli. Hailing from Los Angeles, the group found a way to represent the city’s eclectic culture through music that appeals to the local community and the world beyond. Ozomatli’s success is exemplified in an impressive variety of genres from classic to modern Latino, urban, hip-hop and other world styles. The “Dioses del Baile,” or “Gods of Dance,” have created one of the most exciting, captivating and flat-out fun live shows touring today. They continue to harness their musical instincts by conceiving new concepts and forging new sounds that keep fans on their toes and the world dancing.

In March 2012, the six-man group, El Conjunto Nueva Ola released its first musical production, an album that is sure to make history. A very unique musical collective, one that will revolutionize the recording industry. The first promotional single from their album is titled “CHIDO, CHIDO” (“Cool, cool”) a classic title in the history of tropical music, but one that here takes on a completely different vibe.

San Cha is a singer-songwriter, based in the City of Angels, increasingly known for her visceral and explosive live performances.Fans of cumbia and punk, bolero and electro, flock to see San Cha’s emotional renditions of traditional Mexican rancheras and original songs that queer conventions of identity, power and love.

Blending Latin styles with thoughtful rap lyrics, Weapons of Mass Creation truly encompass a unique style reminiscent of their different yet complementary personalities. Described by fans as a mix of The Roots and Ozomatli. They sprinkle in influences like Nas and Javier Solis — topping it off with some Lauryn Hill and Curtis Mayfield — gracefully weaving in all their experiences through their compositions.

From strong foundations in Mexican folk music, La Victoria preserves sounds that reflect her city. Led by Vaneza Mari Calderon, this project shares the music of her parents with younger generations and with people of various backgrounds. From rancheras to oldies, a La Victoria performance will take you on a journey through emotions, places, and moments in time.

Ballet Folklórico Joyas Divinas del Valle was established in 2015 in the Foothill Area. Joyas Divinas del Valle believes in “Keeping Latino Heritage Alive” by preserving and enriching Latino culture through the art of dance. The Program is opened to boys and girls ages 5 through 17, regardless of their ethnic or economic background.


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