Mariachi Imperial de America consists of family members as well as close friends. Its members represent various regions of Mexico including Guanajuato, Tamaulipas, Zacatecas, and San Luis Potosi. Band members' dedication to bringing quality music and entertainment to audiences has made Mariachi Imperial a success. Their charisma and overall love for mariachi music distinguishes Mariachi Imperial from other mariachi groups. They transmit their enthusiasm and love for their music through their performances. They not only sing, but also dance and encourage audience participation. The band's repertoire consists of a diverse mixture of music, which often includes theatrical imitations of various artists such as Juan Gabriel, Jose Alfredo Jimenez, and Vicente Fernandez.
Mariachi Imperial was voted "Houston's Best Mariachi" by The Houston Press. They have appeared on Good Morning America and were part of the Selena Vive concert, a tribute to the late Selena Quintanilla at Houston's Reliant Stadium. Mariachi Imperial has also had the opportunity to accompany renowned artists including Pepe Aguilar, Paulina Rubio, Bronco, Pablo Montero, Elsa Garcia, Bobby Pulido, Nydia Rojas, Beatriz Adriana, Roberto Pulido, Grupo Mazz, Maribel Guardia, Patricia Navidad, Lorena Herrera, Federicico Villa, Paulina Rubio and many more.
Mariachi Imperial's greatest satisfaction comes from making people happy. Together, Mariachi Imperial strives to create cultural awareness by carrying on one of Mexico's greatest traditions, and attempts to bring joy to many people's lives.
Mariachi Imperial de America is available for festival entertainment, both indoors and outdoors. They have a vast repertoire and are able to provide a flexible and tailored program to suit your event.
Members of Mariachi Imperial de Americas are available to give talks, presentations and conduct workshops as an accompaniment to their performance schedule.