Aida Cuevas, Lupita Infante & Antonio Aguilar Hijo
Lupita Infante and Antonio Aguilar Hijo accompaned by special guest "Mariachi Los Reyes"
Saturday, December 16, 2023 @ 9:00 pm
21+ Event | All sales are final.
La voz, el carisma y el talento de Aída Cuevas han creado una de las más importantes carreras en la música tradicional mexicana y en la música latinoamericana. Celebrando 48 años de carrera artística, “La Reina de la Música Ranchera” ha sido galardonada con los mejores premios de la industria musical a lo largo de su carrera y desde temprana edad, siendo a la fecha la única mujer cantante del género ranchero en ganar el GRAMMY© y el Latin GRAMMY©, además de contar con once nominaciones a dicho premio hasta el sol de hoy. Ha cosechado una larga lista de discos de oro y platino con sus 41 discos grabados a la fecha e innumerables reconocimientos otorgados por presidentes, reyes, gobiernos y las más prestigiadas instituciones del mundo.
The Mexican American singer-songwriter Lupita Infante is part of an emerging generation of ranchera artists who are so deeply steeped in their traditions that they possess the confidence and expertise to brilliantly remake them for their Millennial and Gen Z fans.
Lupita Infante was nominated at the 2020 Latin GRAMMYs® for her song “Dejaré” (cowritten with Luciano Luna). At the ceremony, she was backed by El Mariachi Sol de México to perform a warmly received tribute to her grandfather. Her debut album La Serenata was also nominated at this ceremony, as well as at the 2021 GRAMMYs. In early 2022, she signed with Sony Music Latin as her career continues to develop and expand.
Born in Zacatecas Mexico, Antonio Aguilar Hijo is the eldest son of two famous Mexican entertainers of music, stage, cinema, and television: Doña Flor Silvestre and the late Don Antonio Aguilar. His parents toured the world in rodeo-type musical shows. During a New York tour they included, at four years of age, their son, Antonio, on horseback, as part of the musical production. From that moment on, Antonio began his professional life alongside his famous parents in the world of entertainment.
Being a talented equestrian at the age of seven, Antonio and his parents rode beautiful Spanish horses and sang to music played by famous Mariachi Bands, causing a sensation at fairs, rodeos, and coliseums throughout North America, Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean.
In this manner, the Aguilar Dynasty entertained and united the American public and the Hispanic public in presenting, for the first time in the USA, a bilingual equestrian musical show. The Aguilar family was the first mexican family to ever perform in the coliseums of America’s major cities (like the Madison Square Garden, in New York City).