12nov1:00 pm4:00 pmSOUNDS OF ANCIENT MEXICO WITH MARTIN ESPINOMuseum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)

Event Details

Martin Espino will present a 100% interactive program that uses principles of neuroscience to help guide how sound is produced and how the audience perceives it. Everyone will learn songs in Native Languages, as well as play from Martin’s extensive collection of native percussion instruments. All ages are welcome.

Cost: $5.00

Martin Espino’s native heritage is Yaqui (Sonora, Mex) & Tepehuano (Durango, Mex). His work has encompassed ages as early as preschool to adults, the special needs population, and recently the deaf & hard of hearing community. 50+ years of “engaging audiences, transforming ordinary spaces into inviting and inclusive performance spaces, if not, sacred spaces where the music can take place.

Martin is also a “Sound Worker” (using principles of Neuroscience for beneficial well-being or healing). He has studied Indigenous Mexican music for 45 years, pioneering interactive performance for all ages, including conducting educational cultural workshops. Creator of “Ancient Mexico Vibration Experience” for deaf people.

He toured Austria in March 2019 for the World Wood Day Festival as a featured international artist. Currently, Martin performs locally, nationally and internationally as a Soloist and with his acclaimed ensemble. He is also a Master Outreach Teaching Artist. He also provides Soundbath and Meditation events.



(Sunday) 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm(GMT-08:00)


Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)

628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802

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