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Andean and Latin American Folk Music

Eco Del Sur means “echoes of the south” and the group was founded in 2000 with the idea to preserve the heritage and culture of different Latin American regions. The group’s first album was released in 2001. The members of the band are from different countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Dominican Republic making Eco Del Sur the result of a very diverse mixture of backgrounds and musical experiences.

The members of the group have mastered a variety of Pre-Columbian and contemporary instruments of different origin. Some of the traditional wind instruments include: zampoñas, quenas, quenachos, antaras, zencas, rondador, ocarinas, and moxenos. Other contemporary wind instruments include: saxophone, clarinet, and flute. The string instruments used by the group include charango, mandolin, guitar, Venezuelan cuatro, Colombian tiple, and electric bass. The percussion instruments include: Argentinean bombo, congas, tambora, bongos, Peruvian cajon, maracas, guiro, claves, rain sticks, guaza, chakchas, etc.

The music of Eco Del Sur includes a wide range of style and rhythms, which take the audience to a musical journey through Latin America. Some of these rhythms include the huayňo, sanjuanito, carnaval, chacarera, joropo, zamba, and cueca that were influenced by the Pre-Columbian and the Spanish cultural heritages. Other rhythms characteristic of the Pacific Coast, Atlantic Coast and the Caribbean include the cumbia, porros, guajira, lando, festejo, etc; these rhythms had a great contribution from the African heritage and culture.

Eco Del Sur has performed at various festivals, universities, museums, libraries, and private events in the Eastern United States. The band members have put a lot of hours in the composition and arrangement of their songs, and have prepared a large repertoire of Latin American songs.


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Hours Of Music


Hard Musicians


Upcoming and past performances


Monroe Twp, NJ


Thursday, July 18, 2024, 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Monroe Twp Summer Concert Series
Thompson Park
Monroe Township, NJ
Traditional and Latin American Music



Sunday, July 7, 2024, 2:00 to 4:00 PM

Buttonwood Plaza
15 S. Main St., Yardley, PA 19067
Music from the Andes and Latin America
Bring your chairs and enjoy the music


Cream Ridge Winery, NJ


Saturday, May 18th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Cream Ridge Winery
145 Route 539 (PO Box 98)
Cream Ridge, NJ 08514
Enjoy Latin American music and wine
Bring your chairs

Annual Gala for Immigrants Rights Action


Thursday, May 2, 2014, 5:30 - 8:30 pm

Pearl S. Buck House
520 Dublin Road
Perkasie, PA 18944


Latin Festival at Susquehanna University


Friday, April 12 at 7:00 pm

Susquehanna University
Selinsgrove, PA


Latino Fest 2023 at Long Branch Free Public Library


Saturday, September 23th from 4 to 7 pm

Long Branch Free Public Library
328 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ
A variety of Latin America Music


Summer Music Series, Palmer Square


Saturday, August 20, 2022 at 12:00 pm

On the Green at Palmer Square
40 Nassau Street
Princenton, NJ 08542

The Glen at People's Light


Sunday, August 14 from 4:30 to 8:00 pm

Backyard BBQ - Celebrando Nuestra Comunidad
39 Conestoga Road
Malvern, PA 19355



Schools, Universities, Libraries, and Museums

In addition to the concerts and performances, Eco Del Sur also conducts workshop, demonstrations, and residencies at schools and public institutions. The entertaining and educational programs are a great opportunity for students to learn more about the geography, history, cultures, and music from several Latin American regions.
During workshops students will have the opportunity to play and learn about the traditional instruments created by the Incas thousands of years ago as well as the contemporary instruments influenced by the Spanish and African heritages.

If you are interested in bringing Eco Del Sur to your school, please send an email to or contact us at +1 609 731 8122

Learning for kids

Geography 100%
History 80%
Cultures 75%
Music 90%
Fun 100%
musical instruments 80%


My Media

Oye Como Va

Oye Como Va written and produced by Tito Puente

El Pituco

El Pituco, Andean song.


Humauaqueno is a carnavalito from the north part of Argentina

Te He Prometido

Song composed by Leo Dan

Moliendo Cafe

Venezuelan song composed by Hugo Blanco


Our Works

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  • Libraries
  • Universities
  • Festivals
  • Museums
  • Others

Palmer Square Princeton, NJ

Performance at Palmer Square, Princeton, NJ

Yardley, PA - Music on Main

Eco Del Sur's Performance at Yardley, PA

Communiversity Festival

Eco Del Sur performance


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21 Morningside Drive, Yardley, PA 19067

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