Carnegie Hall Citywide: Los Hacheros

The Golden Age of Latin music lives in the exuberant sound of Brooklyn-based Los Hacheros. Feel an irresistible urge to dance as the band puts its mark on traditional folk styles like son montuno, guaracha, and salsa, while adding dashes of fiery Puerto Rican bomba rhythms. The musicians’ full-blooded sound is fueled by violin, trombone, flute, bell, gourd, congas, and tres (a guitar-like instrument from Cuba), providing a platform for soaring, soulful vocals.

Los Hacheros
·· Eddie Venegas, Violin, Vocals, and Trombone
·· Itai Kriss, Vocals, Flute, Campana, and Guiro
·· Papote Jimenez, Vocals and Congas
·· William Ash, Bass
·· Roman Lajara, Tres
·· Carlos Padron, Bonga
·· Marcos Lopez, Conga

Venue Information
Brooklyn Museum
Martha A. and Robert S. Rubin Pavilion
200 Eastern Parkway (at Washington Avenue) | Brooklyn | 718-638-5000