There are so many dates coming up when you are going to wish you had remembered to book some music for your guests or audiences.
Of course, there is U.S. Mothers’ Day and Mexican Mothers’ Day. Mexican Mothers’ Day is May 10 and the U.S. Mothers’ Day is May 11. In both cases, don’t you agree that our Mariachi Alegre de Tucson would be a wonderful addition to the celebration? The happiness factor will be raised 80%, at least. Besides, what mother could resist being serenaded by a Mariachi Band? Give your Mom a gift she will remember always, the gift of music, dancing, singing, and celebrating.
For all Mariachi musicians, as well as all Mariachi Band fans, an extremely important event is just around the corner. It is the:
Wednesday, April 30, through Saturday, May 3, 2014
The events will include:
• Mariachi Workshop
• Showcase Performances
• A Concert at the Casino del Sol, Tucson, AZ
Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to learn, be entertained, and immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Mariachi.
During May and the beginning of June there will be parties, gatherings, and ceremonies surrounding the jubilant event of high school and college graduations. What a joy and a point of pride and happiness as you honor the graduates in your circle of loved ones. Let Mariachi Alegre de Tucson liven up the festivities with high-spirited addition of Mariachi music.
Nothing adds as much excitement to an event as Mariachi Band Alegre Tucson. Our name says it all!
Along the way, we hope that we can broaden your knowledge of Mariachi music and the history of Mariachi bands. Did you know that some say the beginning of Mariachi could be linked to the introduction of musical instruments to New Spain, which now, of course is Mexico? Spanish explorer Hernan Cortes, in 1519, brought the harp and the vihuela, along with other instruments, during his travels. The vihuela was like a guitar, having six double strings and tuned almost like the modern guitar. These instruments were played by plucking the strings, with a bow, or with a plectrum, or, as we call it today, a “pick”. The addition of these musical instruments to what was already being used to make music, rattles, sticks, drums, flutes, made way for a more diverse and layered musical capability.
Here’s a bit of music trivia. When these new instruments were introduced to “New Spain”, where was it played? The music, at first was played in churches during mass.
Thank you for your interest in our music. Just give us a call and we will reserve the date of your choice to the magic of Mariachi to your special event.
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