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Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles Performs a Socially Distant Serenata

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Southland Sessions Presents: From high school operas and drive-thru art exhibitions to Chicano comedies and underground DJ sets—we are showcasing the vibrancy of arts and culture across our city today.

Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles is spreading cheer during these difficult times both through socially distanced live performances and social media.


Title: "Sabora A Mi" (Bolero by Álvaro Carrillo)
Performed by: Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles
Originally Posted: May 13, 2020

About Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles
"Led by director Carlos Samaniego, Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles performs its repertoire to suit the LGBTQ community while it maintains the highest level of musicality. Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles is proud to have the first transgender female, Natalia Melendez, in the history of mariachi as one of its members." (more)

Here's another video of the band performing for nurses and doctors across from Cedar Sinai earlier in the year:

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