100% of funds raised will be donated for earthquake relief.
Ani Cordero
Ani is a singer, songwriter, and musician. Her latest album “Querido Mundo” (“Dear World”) is her love letter to a complicated world, addressing immigration, Black Lives Matter, Feminism, and government corruption.
Antonio Sánchez
Antonio is a Mexican-American jazz drummer. He composed the original film score for the film Birdman, earning the score a nomination for a Golden Globe Award and a BAFTA Award. Recently, Antonio has been working on Bad Hombre, a suite of solo drumming improvisations.
Bria Skonberg
Bria is a Canadian singer, trumpeter,  songwriter and a force in the new generation of jazz. She is, described by The Wall Street Journal as one of the “most versatile and imposing musicians of her generation”.
Carlo Nicolau
Carlo is a composer, violinist, pianist, and producer, with an eclectic music style. As a guest musician on the violin, he performs regularly with a wide variety of New York-based World Music, Latin, and Indie Rock bands.
Claudia Acuña
Claudia is a Chilean singer, composer, and arranger. As a child, she was inspired to perform a variety of music, including Folk, Pop, and Opera, by Victor Jara and Violeta Parra.
Digital Guaracha
Digital Guaracha is a transnational DJ collective with monthly gigs at Bizarre (NY) and Ladina (DF). From Mambo and Boogaloo to Tropical Beat and Electro-Cumbia.
Gino Sitson
Gino is a pioneer of a new generation of multi-culturally influenced African musicians. His musical project combines Jazz, Gospel, Blues and Traditional African melodies.
Latasha Diggs
LaTasha is an interdisciplinary sound artist, poet, writer, and vocalist based in NYC. Her interdisciplinary work has been featured in exhibits at several New York museums.
Los Macuanos
Los Macuanos was formed in Tijuana in 2009. By electrifying Cumbia, Tribal, and Norteño, they helped pioneer Ruidosón, a genre that turns the folksy conceit of these traditional rhythms on the institutions that hold them so dear.
Luis Perdomo
Based in NYC but originally from Venezuela, Luis Perdomo is an acoustic post-bop Jazz pianist and composer whose playing has been directly or indirectly influenced by Chick Corea, McCoy Tyner, Keith Jarrett, Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock, among others.
Magos Herrera
Magos, originally from Mexico City and based out of NYC, is a jazz singer-songwriter, producer, and educator. She is best known for her vocal improvisation in Contemporary Jazz with Latin American melodies and rhythms singing in Spanish, English, and Portuguese.
Martha Redbone
Martha is a singer-songwriter, producer, artist. Her music flows equally from her blend of Native American elements with Funk and her roots in Appalachian Folk and Piedmont Blues.
Matt Brewer
Matt recently recorded his second album as a leader on the Criss Cross Jazz label. He is an adjunct faculty member at The New
School, and has been a frequent guest artist/teacher at the Banff Center.
Radio Jarocho & Zenen Zeferino
Radio Jarocho and Zenén Zeferino play Son Jarocho music from the State of Veracruz, Mexico. They are based in NYC and have promoted the Son Jarocho tradition in the East Coast.
Rana Santacruz
Rana Santacruz re-invented Mexican Roots music with inspirations from of Shane MacGowan, Nick Cave, and Balkan brass bands.
Sara Ontaneda
Sara is an Ecuadorian-American singer-songwriter based in NYC. Her music mixes Folk, R&B, and South American rhythms.
Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca
Soledad Barrio and Noche Flamenca
was formed in 1993 by husband and wife Martín Santangelo and Soledad Barrio, to create a diverse theatrical body of performance through flamenco song, music, and dance.
The Shul Band
The Shul Band was born in the oldest standing synagogue in New York. Jewish music with exuberant virtuosity. Performing traditional Klezmer, Sephardic and Ladino songs, Israeli dances, and liturgical melodies.
Tres de Oros
Inspired by the golden era of romantic trios, which brought the genre to incredible artistic and expressive heights. Tres de Oros combines the talent of three New York-based Latin music artists and composers.
TWTBM, a Mexican native who lives in NYC, is collaborating with singers from Chile, Mexico, Spain, Israel, and the United States to create singles that will be released on a monthly basis. The music for this project will highlight and reflect the richness of contemporary Mexican culture.
http://mexiconowfestival.orgA citywide festival of contemporary
Mexican art and culture.
October 14 – 22, 2017