veronica robles

Founder of Boston's First All Female Mariachi

female mariachi
Mariachi genre is predominantly a Male led industry but women have creatively established their place within this powerful medium of cultural expression so strongly associated with men since the 1930s in Mexico and the US. in 2018 Veronica Robles joined the movement by founding Boston’s Female Mariachi band, the first ever all women Mariachi in New England.

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Veronica Robles and her Mariachi Band
Option: Full band.
Full all women Mariachi band includes: Veronica Robles, 2 trumpets, 2 violins, bass, vihuela, and guitar.
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Option: Trio
Veronica Robles, 1 trumpet and vihuela.
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Veronica Robles Female Mariachi members

Nicole Edgecomb

is originally from Maine and learned to sing and accompany herself on piano from her mother and thought herself to play the trumpet. She attended New England Conservatory for jazz vocal studies. Nicole is a founding member of Veronica’s Female band. She joined in 2018 after passing the first audition.

Bengisu Gokce


Bengisu Gokce is a founding member Turkish born and raised and she is a multi-genre Violinist and Singer, is a classically trained violinist and a performance alumna of Mersin University State Conservatory in Turkey and ‘Hanns Eisler’ School of Music in Berlin, Germany graduated with Summa Cum Laude from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Bengosu has played with Veronica since 2015.

Ana Diaz de Cosio


Ana Diaz de Cosio is a native of Ensenada, Baja California, Ana Luisa Diaz de Cossio is a versatile violinist who has performed around Mexico and the United States with professional ensembles. Currently, She is pursuing her graduate studies at the Boston Conservatory and joined Veronica Mariachi band in 2019. 

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