To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Latin Grammy winner 123 Andrés visit San Antonio with a fun concert for kids and families. 123 Andrés are family favorites for their interactive songs, their seamless blend of Spanish and English, and their high-energy Latin and Caribbean beats.
Concerts are especially enjoyed by children ages 2-8, but 123 Andrés’ dynamism and humor make their concerts fun for the whole family. The show will be held Sunday, October 21 at 2 PM at the Henry Guerra Library, located at 7978 W Military Dr, San Antonio, TX 78227. Andrés and Christina will bring joy and fun to families promoting bilingualism and Latin culture. Billboard Magazine calls 123 Andrés “A rockstar for little language learners.”
123 Andrés is made up of husband-and-wife team Andrés and Christina, and they’ve been hailed as the new face of bilingual music for children in the United States and Latin America. They perform in cities across the US – New York, Boston, Chicago, Miami and their hometown of Washington DC, among others – as well as in Latin America, including Panamá, Colombia and Puerto Rico. They have been featured on Telemundo, CNN en Español and Univisión, as well as other broadcast outlets, and have been acknowledged by Billboard and the Boston Globe, among others.
The pair has won recognition for their educational content from the likes of the American Library Association (ALA) and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), and they relish opportunities to get to know new audiences and spend quality time with new and old friends. It’s very innovative, very creative, with a great melodic sense, to play music that our smaller kids will appreciate and learn, said Alt. Latino NPR’s Weekend Edition