Acardenchados take their name from the Mexican Cardenche style of popular music, which is created through the spontaneous interpretation of three or four voices. This improvisational yet traditional vocal ensemble joins together in exploring creative boundaries of singing in the Cardenche and Pirekua—the syncretism of religious music chants from the Spanish evangelizers and with Indian Mexican music—ways. Joining Tareke Ortiz, Leo Soqui, and Juan Manuel Torreblanca, we welcome back Juan Pablo Villa, one of the most respected exponents of improvisation music in Mexico, who performed at Lincoln Center in 2010. Acardenchados exposes us to extended vocal techniques in the most fascinating and energizing ways.
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Event Category: Live Music
When: September 19, 2013
Where: Lincoln Center
More Info: http://lc.lincolncenter.org/