Hop@Home: Villalobos Brothers
Live Arts
Live Living Room Concert

Villalobos Brothers

July 22

This group of virtuosic string instrumentalists expresses their belief in brotherhood and shared humanity through Mexican folk, jazz and classical music.

Hop@Home

Missed the Live Stream?

Watch the video
Subscribe to our channel to stay up-to-date with Hop@Home events.

The Villalobos Brothers will perform this spirited and joyous concert live from their Brooklyn living room. One of today's leading contemporary Mexican ensembles, they have traveled the world sharing messages of positivity, healing and justice through their music. Committed to social activism, the artists' original compositions and arrangements share the values of love and family to deepen our human connection.

For technical assistance accessing the YouTube event, please call the Box Office at 603.646.2422, available on the night of the event.

About the Villalobos Brothers

Alberto, Ernesto and Luis Villalobos of the Villalobos Brothers have delighted audiences throughout Latin America, India, Russia, Canada and in more than 30 states across the US, performing at historic venues and events including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Latin Grammy Awards, the 60th Anniversary of the United Nations, the 66th FIFA Congress in Mexico City, and the Apollo Theatre.

In 2018, they collaborated with Arturo O'Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra for the "Fandango at the Wall" project, produced by Kabir Sehgal (a Dartmouth alum). The endeavor united legendary international musicians for a live concert at the Tijuana-San Diego border wall, which resulted in a live album and documentary film focusing on the lives of the son jarocho musicians. Read more about the project in this article from Downbeat.

The Villalobos Brothers have collaborated with legendary musicians including Grammy winners Bruce Springsteen, Dolly Parton, Antonio Sánchez, Regina Carter, Eduardo Magallanes, and Ana Tijoux, and recently premiered their Symphonic Project, performing with both the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and the Walla Walla Symphony.

This event is supported by the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation.

This event occurred as part of the 20/21 Hop@Home season. This is an archived view.

From their three violins, they conjure all the sounds they encountered on the way: the technical virtuosity of their classical training, the flamboyant energy of Son Huasteco, the honeyed melodies of Mexican trova, jazz-inflected dissonance, the charm and energy of pop.

Grateful Web
Hop@Home
Hop@Home

The Hop's new season represents musicians that vault over the boundaries of genre and geography, stirring works by a new generation of dancers and theatre-makers, and conversations about the arts and...

Learn More

Contact Us

Box Office

Please note our new hours
Tuesday & Wednesday: 2-6 pm
Thursday–Saturday: 2-8 pm
Sunday & Monday: closed
The Hop Box Office will not be open for
walk-up business until further notice.