Latin/World music duo Correo Aéreo (Air Mail) offers fine art concerts of traditional and original Latin American Music, primarily from Mexico, Venezuela and Argentina, using a diversity of instrumentation, including Venezuelan and Mexican harp, jarana, maracas, cuatro, guitar, violin, bombo and two vocals.
Adjunct educational assemblies with interactive components, Lecture demos, workshops & residencies are also available.
Arts, language, math, geography, history, humanities, social and kinetic skills are learned though
the power of music, rhythm & song, storytelling & culture sharing. The material reveals the riches of
regional Latin American cultures as well as focusing on the many cultures that have integrated to
create these musical forms of the Mestizo races, i.e. Indigenous American Indian, Spanish, African,
European, North African Arabic, and Sephardic Jewish. These different cultures constitute many of
the nations of the Americas. Tradition and art are part of the memory and history of the people.
Correo Aéreo’s music brings alive and encircles the presence of ALL the people within it, giving,
through the direct beauty of music, the vital experience of cultural diversity, collaboration and
Correo Aéreo’s richly entertaining music promotes global healing and pride through a Rainbow Vision and culturally links people of all nations, ages and populations. Songs are sung in Spanish.
Comments are bilingual or in English or Spanish, depending upon audience orientation.
Correo Aéreo is happy to work with presenters and educators to customize assembly programs and
residency services in conjunction with larger program themes being explored. All assemblies and
workshops are specially designed for the age groups involved. Correo Aereo works with ages K thru
University and beyond.
Musical styles include:
A standard children’s school assembly runs forty to forty-five minutes in length.Back to back shows are possible.
A standard full-length fine art concert generally runs two hours with one fifteen/twenty-minute
intermission, although concert lengths are negotiable with presenters.