An ethnomusicological collection of traditional medieval songs celebrating the ancient Sephardic culture.
Out now on CD and digital format via Ansonica Records (part of Parma)
This small festival of music and art celebrates the centennial of the birth of Charles Mingus, one of the most important and prolific composers of the 20th century, in the county where he was born April 22, 1922 in southern Arizona. Thanks for your tax deductible donation which we use to pay artists and promote the event.
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A t Owlsong Productions, our mission is to transcend boundaries, musical and geographical. Owlsong artists each apply their unique vision to all their varied music.
Together, Ana María and Alan work as Soprano Meets Bass developing their unique brand of recombinant world music and perform all over the world fusing the realms of Jazz, Classical, Latin, Flamenco, Sephardic, Middle Eastern, Medieval, AfroCuban and Folk musics from the last several centuries while exploring the cultural context in which they arose.
Spanish classical soprano Ana María Ruimonte has decades of professional operatic and orchestral performance on some of the world's largest stages, with artists ranging from Plácido Domingo to Denise Graves. Ana María brings all this to her recent explorations of Cuban classical and Sephardic music and her mission to promote awareness of new and old Spanish-language repertoire.
Double bassist Alan Lewine is in his fifth decade as a jazz professional. He has appeared with many of the great players, including Herb Ellis and James Moody and was mentored by Milt Hinton and Ray Brown. He often presents his own compositions and arrangements with the Alan Lewine Xtet, but has explored and incorporated a broad range of influences from around the world.
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