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Música

Sonia De Los Santos
from New York, New York

March 8 – 14, 2024
Recommended Grades
Grades K – 3
Price
Students: $2
Chaperones: $5
What Kind of Show?
Live music; inviting and participatory; sung in Spanish and English
Running Time
80 minutes with no intermission
Venue
The New Victory Theater 209 W 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

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Week of July 15 – 21

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Wed, 7pm

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About the Show

¡Celebremos! Let’s celebrate Women’s History Month with sunny songstress and Latin Grammy nominee Sonia De Los Santos (Fiesta, 2019), back at the New Victory with another upbeat and uplifting bilingual concert! Música cheers women who make music and those who inspired Sonia (and her all-female bandmates) to become a musician—or “una música” en español. You’ll dance in and out of your seats as this playful band charts a joyful journey of Latin American rhythms ranging from festejo to cumbia to traditional Mexican folk.

A wonderful listening and learning experience

Spanish Playground

Things to Know

  1. This show was created especially for New Victory audiences. Feel free to get up out of your seat and dance along to the music!
  2. One of Sonia De Los Santos’ favorite instruments to play is the jarana. It’s a traditional guitar from the south of Mexico.
  3. Algunas de las canciones se cantarán en español. Some of the songs will be sung in Spanish. But don’t worry if you don’t understand all the words—music is a universal language!

About the Artists

Born in Monterrey, Mexico, Sonia De Los Santos started touring the world in 2007, singing and playing guitar and jarana with Dan Zanes and Friends. In 2015, she released her first solo album, Mi Viaje: De Nuevo León to the New York Island, and in 2019, she was nominated for a Latin Grammy for her second album, ¡Alegría!, and performed her show Fiesta at the New Victory. Her third album, Esperanza, is a bilingual collection of songs exploring hope.

Creative Team

Producer
Golondrina

Musical Director
Sinuhé Padilla-Isunza

Art Director
Mario Videgaray

Sound Engineer
Kamilo Kratc

Video Engineer
Sandra Kratc

Lighting Designer
Amanda Clegg Lyon

Fashion Designer
Chrissie Dowler

Stage Manager
Sydney Prince

Performers
Sonia De Los Santos, Argelia Arreola, Elena Lacayo, Berta Moreno, Elena Moon Park and Erica “Kika” Parra

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