Son de Madera trio is an artistic group specializing in the interpretation and composition of a traditional genre of southern Mexico called Son Jarocho. Founded in 1990, they are internationally known as the best proposal of Son Jarocho today. The group’s work is distinguished by the cultivation of music, poetry of the Son Jarocho as a living tradition in constant movement and transformation without losing its essence. The sounds that they interpret come from a tradition that is transmitted by memory and oral tradition to which Son de Madera has brought itss talent and inspiration adding improvisation as the basis of the show.
They have recorded 7 albums, of which “Sones de mi tierra” was produced by the Smithsonian.
Son de Madera has appeared in major forums at national and international level and highlights as the Glatt&Verkhert Festival in Austria, the Paris Autumn Festival and the Smithsonian Folk Festival in Washington-live festival.
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