Registration open for Los Cenzontles Academy’s Winter Session 2020

The Academy’s Winter Session begins the week of January 13th. Register for classes while space is available!

Spring Session 2020 Registration

Online Registration Form
  • Please provide your information below and you will receive a call from one of our instructors. If you have any questions about the form or the program, please contact Fabiola at You can also give us a call at 510-233-8015, or stop by the Academy to register. We look forward to welcoming you and your children to our Academy!

Los Cenzontles Reaches 25,000 Subscribers on YouTube

We’re happy to announce that our YouTube channel has reached 25,000 subscribers this month. Our very active YouTube channel includes well over 400 video uploads including live performances, music videos by Los Cenzontles Productions, Academy music and dance from Los Cenzontles Juvenil, vintage performances going back 30 years, and more.

If you haven’t become a YouTube subscriber yet, it’s easy to do…just click here, and click the red “Subscribe” button.


Thank you for your interest in Los Cenzontles Cultural Arts Academy’s Eight-Week Class Bundle. Unfortunately, we have reached our limit for both age groups.

But be sure to check back at in December for our Winter Session Schedule! The Winter Session will offer a broad range of group class options for ages 4 – 18.

In the meantime, if you have any questions about Los Cenzontles, please contact Fabiola Trujillo at 510-233-8015, or

Los Cenzontles Touring Group Performs at the Kennedy Center and Library of Congress

Los Cenzontles performed on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage and at the Library of Congress with support from the American Folklife Center. It was a wonderful recognition of our 30 years of promoting Mexican traditions.

Following our Kennedy Center performance, an interesting perspective was offered by Agustín Gutiérrez Canet in the online Milenio magazine: “Los Cenzontles, founded 30 years ago by Eugene Rodríguez in San Pablo, California, near San Francisco, is also an art academy where children of the Mexican diaspora learn the music and dance of their ancestors. The persistent work of cultural dissemination of Eugene Rodríguez and other groups in the United States deserves the support of the Mexican government, through the Secretariats of Foreign Affairs and Culture, so that the voice of the Mexican-American community is heard stronger throughout the country. In this country there are more than 36 million Americans of Mexican origin. Let the cenzontles sing, bird of the 400 voices, and the tweets be silent.”

To view the entire show at the Kennedy Center CLICK HERE.

Los Cenzontles Academy’s Summer Session has Begun

The Academy’s Summer Session begins the week of July 8th. For more information, or to sign up for classes, please call or email Fabiola Trujillo: 510-233-8015 |