Juan Pablo Villa; Acardenchados

Sep. 19 at 7:30



This improvisational vocal ensemble explores the creative boundaries of traditional Mexican music, including the singing styles of Cardenche—spontaneous interpretation of three or four voices—and Pierkua—religious chants from Spanish evangelizers and Indian Mexican music. Juan Pablo Villa, one of the most respected exponents of improvisation in Mexico, joins Tareke Ortiz, Leo Soqui, and Juan Manuel Torreblanca. Acardenchados exposes us to extended vocal techniques in the most fascinating and energizing ways.

Presented in collaboration with Celebrate Mexico Now.
This Target® Free Thursday performance is generously underwritten by Target.