Ballet Folclórico de Chicago • Part of the new Chicago Latino Dance Festival 2023 produced by the International Latino Cultural Center.
The second day of our inaugural Chicago Latino Dance Festival (CLDF23) will be held at the Old Town School of Folk Music (4544 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625).
Días de luz reúne a seis prometedores cineastas de seis país centroamericanos para contar la historia de una tormenta solar que deja a la región sin electricidad y sin  telecomunicaciones durante días. Desconectados de la tecnología de la que normalmente...
Pacheco and his trio return to Chicago for an encore performance after a sold-out concert at Constellation in March presented by the ILCC. Hailing from Havana, Cuba, Jorge Luis Pacheco is a fiery young pianist with, as described by Cuban jazz multi instrumentalist Bobby Carcassés, “flying hands."
Mexican Folkloric Dance Co. • Part of the Chicago Latino Dance Festival at The Global Peace Picnic in Humboldt Park on Sept . 30th.
Our third presentation, part of the Chicago Latino Dance Festival will be hosted at the annual Global Peace Picnic in Humboldt Park (1440 N. Humboldt Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60622) on Saturday, September 30th, 2023. Six dance groups from all over Latin America will perform on stage between 1:00pm and 6:00pm.
October 1, 2023
Born and raised in Naucalpan in the deep outskirts of Mexico City, brothers Jesús Ángel "Kacho" Gama and Alan "Mongo" Gama are keeping alive the legacy of marimba music running through their family with their latest project, Son Rompe Pera.
VOLVER (“the comeback”) by TANGO LOVERS presented by COPA AIRLINES
Praised by folk legend Joan Baez as “the best young Chilean songwriter of his generation,” Stern is skilled across a range of instruments and languages and unites his talents to create a sound both utterly fresh and relevant.
October 9, 2023
Started by four friends from Lima with a shared passion for traditional Afro-Peruvian music and global DJ culture, Novalima stands in the common ground bridging past and future, uniting tradition and innovation.
Our closing event of the inaugural Chicago Latino Dance Festival by the ILCC. Seven dance performances from Puerto Rico, Colombia, presenting some of today's hottest Street Dancing in Chicago. Rueda, Melao Salsa, Bachata, all available at the Segundo Ruiz Belvis Center in Hermosa on October 12th, 2023.