Ritmos Latinos

Ritmos Latinos was established in the 1990s as a UA dance club. The club is run by an electoral board consisting of UA students and faculty and a dedicated core of instructors. They dance to promote interest in Latin music and dance at the University of Arizona and fellowship among students, faculty, staff, and the … Read more

Zona Libre

We are a group of professional musicians dedicated to playing different styles of Latin music at a high level and representing them as authentic as possible with our own flavor.

Traditions Tuesdays: Sabiduría Comunitaria: Women, Textiles & Resistance

Mexican weaving and embroidery are integral traditional art forms in Mexico and the Americas, closely tied to indigenous knowledge and resiliency. Join artists, activists, and scholars for a conversations that braids knowledge and experience to explore textiles as a form of cultural resistance, economic autonomy, and women’s collective empowerment. Facilitator: DR. MICHELLE TELLEZ, University of … Read more

Duo Yvapurû with Andrés Pantoja

The musical duo, Duo Yvapurû is Maxi Larrea and Jennie Gubner. Together, they blend guitar, violin and vocal harmonies to bring to life folk, tango, chamamé, and other string-based popular music styles from different regions of Argentina and across the Americas. This year they are excited to perform with local Chilean guitarist/charango player, Andrés Pantoja. … Read more


Tradiciones was founded in 2009 in Tucson with the purpose of sharing Peruvian and Latin American music in Arizona and beyond. The group has been participating in TMY for ten consecutive years, each one bringing a unique experience full of joy and gratefulness. Tradiciones also performs in local restaurants, bars, and festivals.

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