Sones de México

This stellar ensemble from Chicago performed for us on May 8, 2006. They re-created the atmosphere of a traditional fandango (dance fiesta), where the most colorful, joyous and upbeat sones are played and danced until sunrise.

Guitarist from Sones de Mexico Second guitarist from Sones de Mexico Flamenco dancer from Sones de Mexico

The group played a collection of over twenty-five folk string, percussion, and wind instruments.

Third guitarist and harp player from Sones de Mexico Fiddler from Sones de Mexico

Audience members were dancing in the aisles!

Cutting a rug to the music of Mexico, #1 Cutting a rug to the music of Mexico, #2

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Funding Acknowledgments

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The Susquehanna Folk Music Society (SFMS) is supported by our members and many generous organizations.

Funding is provided by the Cultural Enrichment Fund and by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, administered locally by the Cultural Alliance of York County.

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