Photos: Sonido Clash at Summer Garden Series

Check out a photo recap by Carolina Estrella of an outdoor experience inside the School of Arts & Culture in San José, CA at the Mexican Heritage Plaza for the Two Miles East Summer Garden Series with events from now through September.

Sonido Clash took over The School of Arts and Culture located in the Heart of East San Jose on a Sunday afternoon with local presenters and artists as part of the first of its kind summer garden series. From July through September different events will combine poetry, music, DJ, dance, visual art and theatre, presented by the south bay’s vanguard of emerging and established producers through an event called 2 miles East.

This past Sunday, Sonido Clash presented a line-up that featured a diverse group of artists and sounds for a pleasent family oriented afternoon. The event opened with San Jose/Oaxacan artist Rodrigo Ayuuk playing guitar and singing solo, collaborating withUna Isu a young Emcee that raps in Mixteco and Spanglish out of Salinas and Oaxaca. Another group that blessed the stage was Gilberto Daniel Rodriguez y su Conjunto La Serpiente Negra showcasing their new band formed from several other groups in the East Bay, and Los Jaracol a youthful Son Jarocho group from San Jose also took to the stage. Sonido Clash also counted on th the fellas from Corazon Salvaje, an up coming group that performs regularly in San Jose. Throughout the afternoon DJ AKRO1, a Chicano Soul and Latin Oldies collector from the Northern Souleros collective spun classics, and the Sonido Clash residents Turbo Sonidero and Chale Brown played tunes throughout the day to keep the vibes moving.


Corazon Salvaje

Los Jaracol

Cristal Olivas

The Dancer of Peace, Khalilah Ramirez

Turbo Sonidero


For more info on this unique series that brings together a dream team of artists and presenters to our community in this world-class venue click here.


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This article is part of the categories: Arts & Culture  / Community  / Music  / Poetry  / San Jose//South Bay  / Sonido Clash 
This article is part of the tags: Chale Brown  / Conjunto La Serpiente Negra  / DJ AKRO1  / Gilberto Daniel Rodriguez  / Jaracol  / Mexican Heritage Plaza  / Rodrigo Ayuuk  / School of Arts & Culture  / Sonido Clash  / Turbo Sonidero  / Two Miles East  / Una Isu 


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