about

Ida y Vuelta’s presentations come from a long tradition of Mexican folk music called Son Jarocho. The genre is a fusion of African, Spanish and Indigenous music and poetry. Ida y Vuelta’s instrumentation is native to the Veracruz region and includes jaranas (8 string small guitars), requinto (lead 4 string guitar), leona (acoustic bass), zapateado (percussive foot tapping) and they also incorporate the cajón (wood peruvian box) and cajita (small peruvian box) for reinforcements.

 

Ida y Vuelta plays traditional “sones” which some date back over 300 years as well as their own arrangements and original tunes. They respectfully perform this music and aspire to make known its rich historical and musical value, specifically here in the U.S.

Click here to listen to some ‘live recordings’ of IDA Y VUELTA

upcoming shows



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April 24, 2016

Maxwell Street Market

12-2pm

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April 29, 2016

Contratiempo’s

Poesia en Abril

7pm

Dvorak Park – 1119 W Cullerton St

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May 4, 2016

Poetry Foundation’s

Poetry Springtime Party

7pm

61 W Superior St. Chicago, IL 60654

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May 21, 2016

ESDC Mole de Mayo VIP Party

6pm

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June 12, 2016

Private Party

2pm

Northeast Indiana

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February 2, 2017

Honky Tonk

8pm

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February 10, 2017

U of C Folkfest

Concert & Workshop

University of Chicago

www.uofcfolk.org

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March 2, 2017

Honky Tonk

8pm

 

ida y vuelta members

Laura Cambron

Jarana & Vocals

Jaime Garza

Leona, Requinto & Vocals

Daniel Villarreal

Cajon, Quijada & Cajita

Zacbe Pichardo

Harp, Quijada & Cajon

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Phone: 773.982.4600

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