Ani Cordero

The Protest Songs of Ani Cordero

Friday, Oct 20, 2017

7:00 pm

Profound ruminations on love and the state of the world. – NPR Music Puerto Rican-born singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ani Cordero is a powerhouse vocalist inspired by Latin America’s Nueva Cancion as well as pan-Latin folk and indy rock. Her recent album Querido Mundo features her original songs, called “profound…

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L Còr de la Plana

Polyphonic Songs from Marseille: Lo Còr de la Plana

Friday, Nov 3, 2017

7:00 pm

The extraordinary a cappella group Lo Còr de la Plana, from Marseilles, performs incendiary songs celebrating the Occitan heritage of southern France. With unequalled fervor, they sing a repertoire ranging from the religious to the unbridled, featuring intricate polyphonies and snug harmonies in the Provençal language Occitan. They accompany their…

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Mercedes Peón

Ancient and Contemporary Songs of Galicia Spain: Mercedes Peón

Friday, Dec 8, 2017

7:00 pm

US Debut She has the aesthetic audacity of Björk, the emotional depth of PJ Harvey, and more rhythms than Fatboy Slim… — El Mundo (Spain) A US debut! Mercedes Peón (from La Coruña, Galicia) is an outstanding singer, Galician bagpiper, and multi-percussionist, who has dedicated herself to recovering traditional music…

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The Fourth Light: Niyaz

Saturday, March 10, 2018

7:30 pm

NY Debut “Their journey across oceans can be heard in their music…this is an interesting blend of modern electronica with traditional folk songs and Sufi mysticism….” — NPR Weekend Edition The Fourth Light Project, the newest program of the highly acclaimed Persian/Middle Eastern/Indian electroacoustic super group Niyaz, is an immersive…

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