Music Beyond Borders: Revisit the World with us – Eco Del Sur shares music of South America

Although the coronavirus likely prevents us from presenting Music Beyond Borders this summer, we thought you might enjoy revisiting some of the wonderful moments from past performances.

For  10 years, Music Beyond Borders, a collaboration between Morris Arts and Mayo Performing Arts Center has offered this summer series of free outdoor programs of world music and dance….bringing a taste of cultures from six continents to summer lunchtimes on the Morristown Green.

So, let’s take a trip down memory lane and sample some of the past delights of Music Beyond Borders:

On July 24, 2018, Eco Del Sur performed in Music Beyond Borders and featured a wide music from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru,  and other South American countries – coupled with a fascinating array of instruments….including goats’ hoof rattles and a flute made from a llama bone! Bandleader Jorge Gomez offered fascinating histories and explanations of the music and instruments during the program.

Eco Del Sur’s Fabricio Hernandez performs a solo on the charango..

Below is  a video performance of the  famous Cuban classic,  Guantanamera, as Fabricio Hernandez plays the guiro 

Video below used by permission from, video taken by Bill Lescohier for


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And here are some PHOTOS: