Varda Bar-Kar

director of “Fandango at the Wall”

Varda Bar-Kar on KCRW

Every year along the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana, musicians gather for an international music festival called the “Fandango Fronterizo.”

Gathering on each side of the US-Mexico border to play son jarocho, the regional music of Veracruz

Every year along the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana, musicians gather for an international music festival called the “Fandango Fronterizo.”

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