This series offers a broad overview of Latino music, from the Spanish Medieval period to the music being written today in all genres and styles (classical, folk, Afro-Latino, Latin Jazz, etc.).

Upcoming Concerts

October 10, 2022

Indigenous Peoples Day

Arts and Music Festival to be held at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Event begins at 6:30 pm – This event is free to the public.


October 14, 2022

Tango Lovers @ Nichols Hall

VOLVER by Tango Lovers is the story of Tango dancers, musicians, and singers who travel the world together with the Tango genre and return to their place of origin to transmit their art and endless stories through different characters who take center stage during the show. Featuring world-renowned musicians and dancers from Argentina and Uruguay. Come see the Chicago premiere!

ILCC 08142022 - Volver Tango

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October 15, 2022

Cuarteto Latinoamericano @ Nichols Hall in Evanston, IL

Tickets – $25/$30/$50

The world-renowned Cuarteto Latinoamericano showcases classical works from Central and South America, including a quartet by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. Celebrating 40 years as an ensemble, the Latin Grammy Award-winning string quartet is recognized for premiering more than 100 new pieces and championing neglected musical gems by underrepresented composers. This concert is presented in partnership with the International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago.

Cuarteto Latinoamericano at Nichols Hall, Evanston

Features violinists Saúl Bitrán and Áron Bitrán; violist Javier Montiel; and cellist Álvaro Bitrán

Héitor Villa-Lobos: String Quartet No. 6
Silvestre Revueltas: Música de Feria
Leo Brouwer: String Quartet No. 3
Alberto Ginastera: String Quartet No. 1

PLUS!  October 15 at 4 PM
Cuarteto Latinoamericano presents a master class on the string quartets of Villa-Lobos, free and open to the public.


October 15, 2022

Dizá & Galaguez Laxá @ Instituto Cervantes (31 W. Ohio St. Chicago) – $10 Suggested Donation

Dizá & Galguez Laxá


November 4th, 2022

Juan Carmona & Andalusian Trails with Special Guest @ Instituto Cervantes (31 W. Ohio St. Chicago) – Suggested Donation
Juan Carmona @ Instituto Cervantes