MECA presents Yetlanezi

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Yetlanezi was formed by the two brothers of the celebrated Mexican indigenous musical family group Huehuetl. The sound of Yetlanezi is a unique mixture of textures and sounds: Organic Pre-Columbian instruments along with electronica.

Ce Acatl and Topiltzin Borsegui are members of the musical family ensemble Huehuetl, which has roots in Tonalá, Mexico. The group performs indigenous music with costumes and instruments representative of Mexico's rich native cultures. 

The Borsegui brothers have performed at educational and cultural centers across the U.S. and Mexico, as well as in Europe and throughout Asia. Their project, Yetlanezi, weaves together the musical influences that have defined their world into an exciting mixture, that of indigenous percussion and melody mixed with contemporary rhythms and sounds — both natural and synthesized.



1900 Kane St.
Houston, TX 77007


$10 in advance; $15 at the door; $5 students with ID.
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