The Mexican singer-songwriter, only 24 years old, will make one of her dreams come true, to perform at the Palacio de la Música.
Mérida, Yucatan (March 16 2023).- Mexican singer-songwriter Valeria Jasso is seeking, at the age of 24, to position herself as one of the female voices representing the music of southeastern Mexico. With a different musical proposal, due to her freshness represented in the tropical rhythms of her songs, next Saturday, March 18, she will present her first album “Suspiros” (sighs) to the Yucatecan public at the Palacio de la Música.
The also winner of the Welcome Sessions Mexico in 2022 teaches us in her songs her own stories to grow and empower herself, seeking to inspire whoever listens to her music, which she hopes to be able to take everywhere.
“The songs that I am going to present in this show are my first songs; I have been composing for four years and for the last two years I have been dedicating myself one hundred percent to my music, to take it to the places I can, to promote and make my words that are reflected in my songs count, so I will be presenting, in this important venue, my first big show in Mérida, which is a dream for me,” he said.
“The response is something that motivates me as an artist, to be vulnerable and tell your stories, to realize that this road is difficult, but knowing that there are people who are interested, who listen to you and want to support you in your shows, that part is very important to me in my career, because I also look for that part of a certain warmth, to be very honest, very me,” she said.
Eclectic, the artist reflects her roots and fuses Latin sounds with current alternative music, qualifying it as alternative Latin folk pop, including experimental and body expression.
“The fact of being able to knock on doors and that there are opportunities in other states, that they like what we are doing here in Mérida is like having that space to say that I am an artist from the Southeast who is doing something, because also the art is like super centralized, it’s incredible,” she added.
Valeria considers that she grew up with music since her grandparents and although she never imagined consolidating herself as an artist, she never put aside her dreams and interests for it.
“The fact that they are beginning to notice that there are people who make music here, it is important that they show their faces and show what we artists can do in Yucatán,” she said.
In this presentation, to be held at 8 p.m. at the Palacio de la Música march 18, Valeria will have guest artists and the cost of general admission is 150 pesos. Tickets can be purchased at boletia.com.