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MY MUSIC

A memorable performance with Maestro Jean-Jacques Kantorow and the Orchestre Colonne in Paris, of Saint-Saens Havanaise.

The virtuosic Caprice La Cadenza by Wieniawski, great Polish violinist of the 19th century

Highlights from a concert in Queretaro, Mexico, where I had the pleasure to play a recital of classical pieces and traditional songs. Here, Sicilienne by Von Paradis, and La Morena, a Son Jarocho song.

Our interpretation of one of my favorite composers, the deeply mystical Olivier Messiaen, in his Theme and Variations for violin and piano. With my great friend and musical partner, Manuel Vieillard on piano.

The legendary song by Violeta Parra, great chilean singer songwriter, in a simple arrangement I created for violin and voice.

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Click here to watch interview/concert hosted by Gaelynn Lea

One of my first compositions, based on the lyrics of my late uncle, Bebo Gonzalez. The beginning of my project on his songs, to be included in my upcoming album.

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Click here to listen to the legendary Robert Sherman (1932-2023) in this episode of the

Young Artist Showcase program (New York public classical radio station WQXR) featuring me.

COLLABORATIONS

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During my years in New York, I was part of the afro-amerindian mexican band Jarana Beat, directed by the great Sinuhe Padilla Isunza. I recorded violin parts in the triple album Vibracion por Simpatia, where more than 55 artists collaborated. Being part of this band was a fundamental part of my musical path. It is with them that I started singing in public and improvising in the Jarocho style. I still join their performances whenever they come to Europe! Find the music on all platforms, and check out Jarana Beat's website here!

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Through the mexican and latin-american musical community in New York, I met the ladies of Flor de Toloache, the first all-female mariachi band of the city, founded by Mireya Ramos and Shae Fiol. For a year and a half, I toured with them across the United States, as well as Colombia, Iceland, and Mexico. I also recorded violin on their album Indestructible. Their inimitable style, magnificent vocals and unique arrangements were influential in my development as a singer, performer and arranger.

Listen to their music on all platforms and check them out here!

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