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Fiery, passionate Latin American music and song, performed by masters of their art.

From the rushing cascade of the Iguazú Falls on Argentine/Brazilian border to the festive arrival of El Tren Lechero (the Milk Train) at village doorsteps, the sounds and melodies of South America spring from the harp of Ramón Romero of Paraguay and his Cuerdas de Fuego “Strings of Fire” ensemble.

International touring artist and harp virtuoso Ramón Romero from Paraguay has performed on four continents for more than four decades. Romero is joined by expert percussionist Carlos Caro from Cuba performing on an array of Latin American instruments.  

Concerts feature the distinct rhythms and lively melodies from Argentina, Venezuela, Chile, Bolivia, and Paraguay, plus favorites from Central America and Cuba. Program selections include regional musical treasures such as the Guarania/Canción and Polka from Paraguay; the Samba, Chacarera, Chamame, and Tango from Argentina; the Cueca from Chile: the Bolero from Brazil: the Vals Venezolano and Joropo from Venezuela.

Educational and Community Outreach

  1. Educational programs in theaters and schools. Bilingual option.

  2. These artists excel in connecting to young audience through their music.

  3. Community outreach to community centers, hospitals, senior centers.

  4. Harp master classes by Ramón Romero in Latin harp

  5. Latin percussion classes and workshops by Carlos Carlo

We mourn the passing of Rafaél Manriquez. His beautiful music and passion will continue to inspire us.

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"The California-based trio took the audience on a musical tour of South America with music that soared, danced and marched, and evoked scenes and stories from throughout the continent ... Who knew a harp could be capable of so many different and passionate sounds?"

David Bly, Desert Valley Times 2010