Latin roots music to change the world; Passionate, poetic, playful and honest.

WELCOME! ¡BIENVENIDOS! Thanks for dropping by. We've got big news! IT'S HERE AT LAST! Sol y Canto is proud to announce the release of our latest CD/DVD project, SABOR Y MEMORIA: a Musical Feast in Seven Courses. Composed by musical director Brian Amador for the Sol y Canto Sextet plus a string quartet, SABOR Y MEMORIA is a seven-song suite all about food, in rhythms from Cuba, Venezuela, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Panama and Puerto Rico. From appetizer to dessert, it's a Latino musico-culinary, multi-sensory mix of music, images and flavors, where each movement is a "dish" in an imaginary meal! Read More...

We'd also like to let you know about another new audiobook we've created, just released by Live Oak Media. ESQUIVEL! SPACE-AGE SOUND ARTIST tells the story of Juan García Esquivel, The Mexican lounge music composer who rose to international fame in the 1950's. Narrated by Brian, with a great soundtrack featuring singing by Rosi and Brian. We'll have the video up soon.

As always, we have some upcoming shows that we'd like to tell you about. Join us! ¡Unete a nosotros! Check out our CONCERT CALENDAR, and read our mission statement and biography on our ABOUT US page and get to know Sol y Canto, or navigate around to see videos and hear music.


-Rosi and Brian Amador


Esquivel! Space-Age Sound Artist


The Story of Ferdinand


The Wheels on the Bus




Hellow Ocean/Hola Mar

Hello Ocean/Hola Mar, by Pam Muñoz Ryan, is a bilingual account of a little girl's day at the beach and how it's experienced through her five senses. Featuring gorgeous illustrations by Mark Astrella and narration by our sixteen year-old daughter, Sonia, her first solo audiobook.

"Sonia Amador speaks with the wonder of a girl who is exploring the beach she loves so much. On both the English and Spanish tracks her enunciation is distinct. With deliberate pacing she lets listeners sense each of the girl's experiences throughout her beach day."

-AudioFile Magazine



Fiesta Fiasco

If you enjoyed the antics of Iguana, Culebra, Conejo and Tortuga in Mañana Iguana, you'll be happy to know they're back for more in Fiesta Fiasco. Conejo (Rabbit) learns a lesson about generosity in this fun adventure.

"Brian and Rosi Amador perform the story with energy and a smile, giving distinct voices to each character and presenting the Spanish-language words (nicely defined in the text and in an accompanying glossary) with brío. Light original music with a Mexican flavor dances in the background. A delightful production."

-School Library Journal

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