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Quarantunes – Instinto Norteño (virtual)
February 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Led by brothers Jaime and Adrian Real, Instinto Norteño have quickly established themselves across the Palmetto State performing a genre of music called norteño, a regional music based in the Northern region of Mexico with roots in Texas and Mexico. Primarily led by the accordion and bajo sexto or quinto — a Mexican stringed instrument similar to a guitar — norteño is a representation of multicultural influence along the border of Texas and Mexico.
Featuring the talents of Javier Rivera on lead vocals; Eduardo Aguilar on bass guitar; Martin Lopez on the drums; and Victor Benitez as sound engineer, animator, and providing additional vocals, Instinto Norteño are one of, if not the most in-demand norteño groups in South Carolina.
This month, we are excited to partner with the Koger Center for the Arts to livestream what will be an incredible performance by Instinto Norteño on Friday, February 26th at 7pm. This event will be livestreamed on both the Koger Center and McKissick Museum Facebook pages.
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