Three to Four or Five Piece Mexican Mariachi Acoustic Band (Unplugged) available for Weddings, Corporate Events & Parties in London
Since its formation the band has played at numerous venues in London around Europe and appeared several times on British Television. At the invitation of the Mexican government, it has been representing Mexico on the Mexican stand at Olympia for the International World Travel Market every year.
The group’s wide repertoire spans the popular music of the whole of Latin American Continent from Boleros to Cumbias. Their blend of one female and three males or four or five males accompanied by guitars and percussion creates subtle yet lively background music.
Cuerto At the Olympics
I just wanted to send an email to say thank you very much, the band were great and we all had so much fun!!
El Paso Hoxton
I just wanted to say a quick thank you for helping make our wedding on 15th July such a special day. You got our wedding breakfast off to the perfect start, created an amazing atmosphere and everybody thought you were great, most importantly my new wife.
Paul S Gottesman
De Que Manera Te Olvido
El Rancho Grande
Jarabe Tapatio – Mexican Hat Dance
La Feria De Las Flores
Que No Quede Huella
Son De La Negra
El zopilote mojado
Me nace del corazón
El mariachi loco
Me gustas mucho
Nunca en domingo
Me voy pa’l pueblo
Golpes que da la vida / Cochero
Extranos en la noche
El cuarto de Tula
A mi manera
Mis cuatro hijas
Vamos a bailar
Se va el caimán
Yo me llamo cumbia
La pollera colorá
Palo palo E
Negrito del batey
Mariachi is a genre of music that originates from Jaliso Mexico.
The term “Mariachi” is an adaptation of the French word for a wedding or marriage, Mariachi bands like Cuerto often perform for Mexican themed events, tapas bars, corporate parties and weddings in London.
The instruments in a typical Mariachi ensemble consists of violins, trumpets, accordians, a classical guitar, a vihuela (a high-pitched, five-string guitar) and a guitarrón (a large acoustic bass). Curto Mariachi’s traditional outfits are charro suits with wide-brimmed hats. The original Mariachi were buskers and Mexican Street Musicians.
Cuerto Mariachis are hired to play at events such as weddings, parties and formal occasions, such as a quinceañeras (a girl’s fifteenth birthday celebration), they are also used to serenade women because many of their songs in their repertoire have romantic lyrics.
Mariachi’s also sing and create a yell inbetween songs called the grito mexicano.