It may sound a bit euphemistic, but the sound of this strong band really conjures up Latin American sunshine in hearts and minds.
Moreover, a trademark is that all musicians are each from a different country and bring in their own musical cultural roots and traditions, which, united in the most beautiful unité de doctrine, they blend respectfully and skillfully. It is precisely with the intention of presenting the diversity of rhythms of these cultures that "Sounds of South America" was created. In the repertoire played today, primarily the countries of Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Chile and Venezuela are represented rhythmically and with their songs. The five protagonists of this exciting program prove to be masters of their respective fields and know how to bring their individual voices to bear brilliantly, with perfection and sensitivity, both as an ensemble and as soloists.
Instrumentation:AmaliaIsabel Montero Neira: vocals, Mario Alonso Rodriguez Cordova: alto sax/flute/bass flute, Sergio Renzo Valdeos Bensa: acoustic guitar, Roberto Carlo Koch Fernández: bass, Michael Wipf: drums
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