Posts Tagged 'Latin American Music'
The sound of Colombia’s Caribbean coastline, cumbia is one of Latin America’s most outstanding popular music forms. This influential genre had a major impact on overseas salsa, as well as certain styles of Mexican music, and inspired large audiences in
A Celebration of Andean heritage and culture featuring puppetry, poetry, music and dance. Performers include Fernando Torres, Sofia Buchuck, Cameron McBride, Jose Navarro, Alex Alfaro, as well as special guests. There will be a homage to Javier Heraud and songs
Mauricio Velasierra offers up a masterclass in Latin folk and jazz music, featuring his own distinctive flute playing as well as a quintet that includes cello, upright bass, drums, charango, tiple and his own assortment of flutes and pipes. The
soUndameriKa is a new event supporting local bands and artists promoting Latin American music and culture. This particular event celebrates the bicentennial of Cartagena de Indias in Colombia and Ecuador’s Fiesta of Mama Negra, and features live music from Cumbe,
twenty21 challenges expectations of live performance. Juxtaposing the theatrical with the absurd and the spiritual with the mundane, their repertoire is chosen to entertain as well as enlighten. In this concert twenty21 take you on a musical journey to explore
Three of London’s fiinest Latin music exponents are appearing at the Roundhouse on November 7th. If you were hoping for a tailor-made introduction to London’s Latin music scene you couldn’t ask for a better line-up than this. Ware, Ruby and
Mauricio Velasierra is a flautist, an inventor and an improviser. He mixes Latin American melodies, Andean rhythms and an element of surprise, brought about by his love of jazz improv. He’s an expect on the flute, an instrument which he