Artista Mexicano

Cada Domingo - Rube Peña & Julio - La Ronda Bogotá

Sep 13, 2020

Mexican group La Ronda Bogotá has made a worldwide impact with their music inspired by Colombian Cumbia. Early on Celso Piña, founder of La Ronda Bogotá decided to take his musical style in a different direction which led to an explosion in popularity. A year after the loss of Celso Piña, we chat with his brother and co-founder, Rube Piña and bandmember Julio about the future of the group, their impact on the world of Mexican music, and the ongoing recognition of the band's massive influence in the Mexican Cumbia genre.

Cada Domingo - Patricia Cavazos

Sep 7, 2020

We Continue our series about the 2019 Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S. 

Cada Domingo - Luis Fitch

Aug 30, 2020

We Continue our series about the 2019 Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S. 

Cada Domingo - Rebeca Martell

Aug 23, 2020

We Continue our series about the 2019 Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S. 

Cada Domingo - Jesús Toro Martinez

Jul 19, 2020

We Continue our series about the 2019 Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S. 

Cada Domingo - Jesús Tóro Martinez

Jul 19, 2020

We Continue our series about the 2019 Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S. 

Cada Domingo - Arturo Mendez

Mar 1, 2020

We continue our series about the recently held Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S.

Arturo Mendez lives in the San Francisco Bay area. His work focuses on creating a space to engage in sociopolitical issues dealing with issues like being Latino, immigration, diaspora, and identity.

Cada Domingo - Chuy Chacon

Feb 24, 2020

We continue our series about the recently held Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S. 

We spend the hour with Chuy Chacon, Artistic Director for Ballet Folklorico de Roy Lozano in Texas. We discuss the challenges of maintaining the historical and traditional accuracy in folkloric Mexican dance due to the living and ever-changing indigenous cultures. 

Cada Domingo - Yancy Villa-Calvo

Feb 3, 2020

We continue our series about the recently held Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S.

We spend the hour with Yancy Villa-Calvo, born in Mexico City, now living in Memphis, Tennessee. With a respectable carreer as an artist, she shares her experiences, her transition to the U.S. and her experiences as a woman immigrant.