Listening to Cascada de Flores' rendition of "Los Juiles" by Jorge Liceaga is like listening to a passionate back-and-forth conversation between friends. Except we bet that your conversations with your friends don't sound like angelic harmonies, or are soundtracked by a string quartet, or even come with light dancing. The group, which sometimes performs as a duo, but also as a sextet, (like it does at Palenke Arts for Mexican Independence Day), shows off the range of what Latino music can sound like, from Mexico and beyond. Turns out, it can be noisy and vivacious, but also composed and emotional. We can all celebrate that. [MA]


  • Occurred Saturday, September 14th, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm


Palenke Arts

1713 Broadway Ave.
Seaside, CA 93955

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