¡Viva el Mariachi! A new generation takes mariachi to whole new heights—Mariachi Herencia de México and La Marisoul share the stage for an unforgettable night of Mexican music.
Latin GRAMMY®-nominated Mariachi Herencia de México presents Herederos with special guest GRAMMY®-winner and multi-GRAMMY® nominee La Marisoul. Simultaneously honoring the past, celebrating the present, and creating the future of regional Mexican music, Mariachi Herencia de México and La Marisoul take mariachi music to whole new heights in this vibrant celebration of Mexican music and culture.
The historic tradition of mariachi music has its roots of origin in cities such as Guadalajara and Mexico City. As the ever-evolving genre’s influence spread, it reached Chicago and birthed the Mariachi Herencia de México. The energetic, virtuosic Latin GRAMMY-nominated group has issued chart-topping albums and performed across the North American continent. Nuestra Herencia, their 2017 debut album, topped the Latin streaming charts. 2018’s Herencia de la Tierra Mía was produced by celebrated industry veteran Javier Limón and charted atop all major streaming services. 2019’s Esencia topped industry charts, while a second volume, issued in 2020 performed similarly. In 2022, Herederos appeared as the group were performing a wildly successful North American tour.
Marisol “La Marisoul” Hernandez is a Los Angeles-born singer and founding member of La Santa Cecilia, a GRAMMY-winning and multi–GRAMMY-nominated quartet comprised of Mexican-American musicians. Their authentic bilingual repertoire blends music genres like the bolero, cumbia, tango, swing, among other genres with lyrics that speak of the Latinx and immigrant identity. In 2020, La Marisoul released her first solo album La Marisoul and The Love Notes Orchestra Vol. 1 with re-imagined versions of bolero classics such as Un Telegrama and Bonita accompanied by a live 24-piece orchestra. With her powerful and captivating vocals that sings about love, loss, and disappointment, La Marisoul has become the voice of a new bicultural generation in the United States.