Domingos en Vocalo’s Rocío Santos speaks to Mexican director Pablo Gasca Gollás about the documentary “Vidas con sabor: De la tierra a la estrella Michelin” (Lives with Flavor: From Earth to the Michelin Star) on the life of acclaimed Mexican Chef Carlos Gaytán.
Domingos en Vocalo’s Rocío Santos spoke to Italo-Argentine director Maura Delpero about her first fiction feature “Hogar,” a portrait of the complexities of maternity, which debuts at the 55th Chicago International Film Fest.
Madrid’s acclaimed indie rockers Vetusta Morla performs this Sunday at Bottom Lounge. We hear from Guille Galván and Juanma Latorre on the before and after of “Mismo sitio, distinto lugar.”
The Latin American Guitar Festival Chicago celebrates its ninth edition. Domingos en Vocalo’s Rocío Santos spoke to founder Iván Resendiz and cultural promoter Gustavo Sanchez.
Rising folk pop Mexican act Dromedarios Mágicos spoke to Rocío Santos about his upcoming album “Subcampeón.”
La Santa Cecilia’s La Marisoul, lead singer and founding member, spoke to Rocío Santos about her evolution as a vocal force in the Latin music industry.
Listen to #Cerati60, an exploration of the music by Latin America’s music icon Gustavo Cerati by Rocío Santos.
Vocalo Radio highlights five artists who are preserving Latinx music in Chicago.