En su primer programa Boulder Phil Presents, la Orquesta Filarmónica de Boulder se enorgullece en auspiciar la banda folclórica Jarabe Mexicano. La banda presentará un cancionero versátil que incluye música Folclórica Mexicana al igual que el Rock & Roll, el Tex-Mex, el Rock Latino, y la Cumbia-Reggae. Tocando instrumentos de cuerda típicos acompañados de percusión, sus voces apasionadas y armonías dramáticas les han concedido la admiración de audiencias a lo largo del país.
Designados embajadores consulares por el Consulado de México en Estados Unidos, Jarabe Mexicano encuentra en cada presentación una oportunidad para crear una comunidad más inclusiva. Sus programas, para todas las edades, conectan historias personales con música versátil de la frontera. Desde baladas románticas a música exuberante y divertida, esta experiencia traerá alegría inolvidable a nuestra audiencia.


Domingo, 7 de Mayo, 2023 a las 3:00 PM


Pinnacle Performing Arts Complex
en Federal Heights, Colorado
1001 W 84th Ave, Denver, CO 80260


Boleta General $5  |  Use code “PINNSTU” for discounted tickets


Gustavo Alcoser, vocalista principal
Daniel Brito, percussion
Kevin Lomes, vihuela & cantante
Eduardo Valencia, guitarron & cantante
Esteban Smith, guitarra solista

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Más allá del rendimiento

Jarabe Mexicano: Troubadours and teachers

For the members of Jarabe, every performance, wherever they go, is an opportunity to create a deeper and more inclusive sense of family and community. “It’s not just going on a stage and singing and dancing and playing. It’s telling them musically and historically what this is about,” said lead vocalist Tavo Alcoser Jr.. “That’s our thing. That’s what we love to do. We go from playing music for the kids to telling them stories about growing up on the border,” said Danny Brito, percussionist and artistic director for the group. As advocates for the arts and education and with a special commitment to underserved communities, Jarabe Mexicano has forged fruitful collaborations with an array of both public and private organizations, academic institutions, and government entities–all in their effort to help bridge the frontiers between musical genres, diverse cultures, and generations. “We would like [people] to be familiar with the sound; why the sound is what it is; how it reflects social aspects and cultural aspects of border populations,” Myers said. Read Vicki Adame’s article, Jarabe Mexicano: Troubadours and teachers HERE.

Colorado organizations gives Jarabe Mexicano praise

“It was an absolute joy to present Jarabe Mexicano! What an incredible group of musicians. Their gift for connecting is so tangible and special. We had a great couple of days with them and their kindness to different communities that were present, as well as their talent, made for a tremendous few concerts. We’re still flying high!” – Director of Artistic Administration and Education, Strings Music Festival in Steamboat Springs, CO

“Jarabe Mexicano was thought provoking, heartfelt, and engaging. It’s the first time we’ve ever had a conga line form within the auditorium! This has certainly been a season highlight and it brought the community together in a way that I’ve never witnessed before.” – Vail Valley Foundation,  Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek, CO

DeVotchKa + Boulder Phil
Saturday, May 6, 7:30 PM

A cross-pollination of numerous influences, including cabaret, spaghetti Westerns, norteño, punk, and the immigrant dance music of Eastern Europe, Colorado-based quartet DeVotchKa, formed in Denver by multi-instrumentalists Nick Urata (vocals, guitar, trumpet), Tom Hagerman (violin, accordion), Jeanie Schroder (sousaphone, bass) and percussionist Shawn King, emerged as unlikely indie heroes in the mid-2000s infusing modern indie music with a global flavor.