Latino culture is filled with a rich variety of indigenous, European, and African influences that result in performing arts experiences that are imaginative, exciting, and involving.
Latino Arts takes pride in featuring a diversity of Hispanic artists from throughout the world. It has brought internationally renowned professional Hispanic dance troupes to Milwaukee, including DanceBrazil from Brazil, Los Muñequitos de Matanzas from Cuba, Tangokinesis from Argentina, Noche Flamenca from Spain, and Ballet Hispanico from New York City. Latino Arts has also presented legendary musical artists José Feliciano, Celia Cruz, and Tito Puente.
Enjoy Café el Sol’s Friday fish buffet before an evening performance as part of our Dinner & A Show ticket option!
Classical guitarist Rene Izquierdo was born in Cuba, and his talent has led him to study music with some of the most prestigious institutions and individuals in the world.
With more than twenty years of experience as a guitarist, vocalist, and composer, Juancho Herrera has established himself as one of the most exciting names in Latin Jazz.
Las Cafeteras are known for energetic bilingual performances that blends a collage of musical styles such as Afro-Mexican (son jarocho), hip hop, folk, and more.
Ñawi is a unique collaboration between established Ecuadorian musicians that brings together members of 2005 NAMA winners Yarina with Alex Alvear (Mango Blue).
This seven piece group captures the sounds of the Colombian plains with a rich blend of rippling harp, cuatro, and bandola melodies.
With an attractive combination of instruments, Elisio Ensemble transports listeners to Latin America and transcends the limits of traditional and folk music.
and see all of our performances!
Thanks to our season sponsor:
Latino Arts, Inc. Auditorium & Gallery
1028 S. 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53204