Los Trovadores de America: A Mariachi Band! at Russell Library
Saturday, October 3 at 2:00 p.m., in the Hubbard Room of the Russell Library, families are welcome to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by
listening to a traditional Mariachi Band! Los Trovadores de America
travel and perform throughout the New England region. They are a
multi-cultural ensemble with experienced and talented musicians from
various backgrounds and nationalities. They sing both in Spanish and English. In addition to the
interpretation of traditional Mexican music, the group's goal is to
revitalize old tunes that have been shadowed by modernization and
extremely commercial music. Also, another important goal is to create
original compositions and to serve as a musical liaison between the
different cultures that co-exist in this country. The group was founded
by Eduardo Rocha from Mexico and Jaime Chiluisa from Ecuador.
The concert is sponsored by The Friends of the Russell Library.