Traditional Puerto Rican music: bomba, plena and jíbaro music for children.
In November 2013 the band releasedtheir 4th album, Opus IV.
In 2009 the group released to great reviews their 3rd album, Fruta Madura.
After returning to his native Puerto Rico in 2004, director Tito Matos restructured the band incorporating some of the island’s up-and-coming musicians and recorded their 2nd album, Materia Prima, an all percussive master piece produced by the prestigious Smithsonian Institution’s label, Folkways.
De Puerto Rico al Mundo
During the fall of 1998, Viento de Agua presented their debut production under the Qbadisc Label, De Puerto Rico al Mundo, a recording that was ranked top ten by The New York Times’ Peter Watrous and Latin Beat Magazine as well as many other important publications.