Traditional Mexican music and dance is a vibrant blend of many different cultures. Come along with the musicians and dancers of Son Monarcas as they explore the Indigenous, African, and Spanish influences on the rhythms, movement, and melodies of Mexico. The audience will enjoy the collection of songs that evoke passages of the Mexican Revolution, the Day of the Dead, and Cinco de Mayo. This lively, interactive performance featuring authentic instruments and dance engages audiences of all ages with energetic renditions of traditional music, and even a familiar melody that the students and teachers will all recognize and love.
This program is appropriate for Hispanic Heritage Month, Day of the Dead, Cinco de Mayo, and more!
Availability: Monday through Friday, weekends
For all ages
- PA system with 2 microphones with stands
- Minimum performance space of 15′ x 10′
- Private dressing area close to performance space (prefer no student bathroom)
- A flat cart for unloading and loading (if possible)
- Access to electricity
Great Show! It demonstrates that with perseverance and hard work in education you can be all you desire to be in life.Assistant Principal, Nixon Elementary
We just had our first performance, Fandango!, and it was outstanding. It was an excellent start to our week. The kids responded to it so well.Hodgkins School