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Latino Thursday with Braulio Barrera [Grammy winner] // SF

February 24 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

free

Cantando en Jaranita SF a partir de las 7 pm. See Monthly schedule of Braulio below!

Thirsty Thursday? More like Thirsty AND Hungry Thursday 🤪 Bring some friends and enjoy a sampling of our addicting appetizers with your favorite cocktails! Reservations available at jaranitasf.com (link in bio). #quevivalajarana

 

See latest videos:

“Mr. B’s Mambo” by Pacific Mambo Orchestra. Music and Lyrics by Braulio Barrera.

 

Video 2:

 

 

About Braulio:

 

Coming from a family of cultivated musicians and singers of Creole Peruvian music, Braulio was always fascinated by the sounds of his native instrument, the Cajon.

The cajon has become one of the main percussion instruments of Peru because of its richness, its adaptability, and the place it conquered with the Peruvians. The development in rhythm reached by the Afro-Peruvians, and the diffusion of the cajon in Peru’s coastal music and now all over the world is outstanding.

At the age of 19, Braulio began his professional career as a percussionist and vocalist in Peru. His musical versatility led him to become one of the lead musicians to perform with Cecilia Barraza, one of Peru’s most respected singers. In 2000, Braulio began touring across the U.S. with various artists ultimately deciding to take up residence in California as a full-time musician.

This move led to opportunities teaching, composing, and performing Peruvian and Latin American music with numerous cultural groups.

In 2004, Braulio was invited by Gustavo Santoalalla to play cajon on the soundtrack for the award winning film, “The Motorcycle Diaries”. In 2005 he performed with Orchestra Tabaco y Ron for the film, “Cane.” In 2006 he later joined the group of Cecilia Noel and the Wild Clams where he performed extensively for four years in Los Angeles. In 2011, Braulio relocated to San Francisco Bay Area. He is a founding member of 2014 Grammy award winning, Pacific Mambo Orchestra.

Braulio currently teaches music to children with the San Francisco Symphony and performs as a full-time musician across the U.S.

 

Bay Area schedule!

Feb 2 – Blondies – Somos El Son.
Feb 3 – Jaranita (Peruvian music)
Feb 4 – Cigar Bar – Somos El Som
Feb 10 – Jaranita (Peruvian music)
Feb 11-13 in La
Feb 16 – Blondies – Somos El Son
Feb 17 – Jaranita (Peruvian music)
Feb 18 – Feb 20 in Atlanta
Feb 24 – Jaranita (Peruvian music)
Feb 27 – Seahorse – Somos El Son.

Details

Date:
February 24
Time:
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
free
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