Cambalache (from a Spanish word that means exchange), is a group of musicians from East LA., who play son jarocho music from Veracruz, Mexico, popular on the Gulf Coast, a cultural region shaped by Indigenous, African and Spanish culture. Cambalache promotes traditional Son Jarocho music that draws students to participate in their performances in the spirit of the fandango, a traditional community celebration with music and dance. Celebrate Cinco de Mayo a day early with Cambalache. 


Friday, May 4, 2018, 10 AM & 11:30 AM SOLD OUT


Grades 4-8


New York Common Core State Standards: Social Studies/History

New York City Blueprint for Teaching & Learning in the Arts: Music Leteracy; Making Connections; Community and Cultural Resources; Careers and Lifelong Learning

National Core Arts Standards: Responding; Connecting


Tickets are $7 per person (Classroom teachers are admitted FREE)




For more information:

Call: 718-463-7700 x241