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Mariachi Mexico Antiguo symbolizes extraordinary musicianship and a renewed focus on the tradition of Mariachi. Established in 2010, Mariachi Mexico Antiguo is comprised of dedicated and talented musicians. As ambassadors of the mariachi genre, Mariachi Mexico Antiguo has performed by invitation throughout the Western United States as well as throughout the New England area. Mariachi Mexico Antiguo has also worked with renowned artists such as Beatriz Adriana, Graciela Beltran, Gildardo Alvarez, Jesus "Chuy" Guzman, Juan Valentin and, in 2015, Placido Domingo. Mexico Antiguo has been called "a group that captivates audiences with its distinct interpretation of mariachi music."

Mariachi Mexico Antiguo moved from Las Vegas, NV to Connecticut in 2016. Since arriving, we have had the opportunity to perform at The Big E, the Jorgensen Center for Performing Arts, the Lowell Folk Festival, the New England Taco Festival, The NICE Festival, the Daffodil Festival, the Durham Fair, the Connecticut Museum of Culture and History, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, the Palace Theater, Wallingford Celebrates, the Bushnell Theater, the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, the Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities, ESPN Headquarters, Dunkin' Park, the Roman Catholic Archbishop's Latin Festival Mass, the Mexican Flag Raising at the State Capitol, and at various multicultural festivals and theaters throughout the New England area.

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