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“The Tree and the Donkey who loved to sing” AKA “El Abuelo”

A bilingual and participatory story exploding with the song, ancient musical instruments, poly-rhythms and sweet characters of Mexican music and dance. For Theaters, Schools, Libraries and perhaps under a tree somewhere...

Cascada de Flores celebrates 15 years of working with and performing for youth of all ages and backgrounds.

'“El Arbol” is a beautiful gift to any child and parent. The bilingual storytelling is intelligently engaging, featuring charming characters full of artistry, music and fun. The kids eagerly completed el abuelito’s sentences and couldn’t wait to get on stage – which they did, several times.' Leida Tolentino, UCSB MultiCultural Center

"Now I'm glad I'm Mexican.”
Elementary School Student, Richmond, CA

"A exceptional show. The lively dancing, singing and bilingual storytelling delighted everyone in attendance, from the very youngest children to seniors.”
Teresa Capasso, Larkspur Library, Larkspur, CA

"The music from the various regions of Mexico is enchanting. You are excellent educators as well as consummate musicians and dancers.”
Linda Covello, Community School of Music and the Arts, Mountain View, CA

For more information, visit: www.cascadadeflores.com

Filmed and edited by Rapt Productions
Freight and Salvage Coffee House' "Patchwork Series", 9/14/13
San Anthony's School, Oakland, CA, 2/12/14
Cascada de Flores - Live at Old First Church, San Francisco, CA
Cascada de Flores Live in concert
Fright and Salvage performance
Cascada de Flores live at the Old First Church, SF, CA
Cascada de Flores live performance at Old First Church, SF, CA