LUCAS NIKOTIAN Musician, composer, multi-instrumentalist. His formal studies include "Composition" at the University of La Plata and "Composition with electroacoustic devices" at the National University of Quilmes. From 2004 to 2013 he joined the Puente Celeste group, winner of the Konex awards (jazz group, 2005) and Clarín (revelation of the folklore group 2008), making various presentations in cities in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Spain.
This song tries to capture the essence of our planet in all its splendor, its mystery, immense and beautiful like the sea.MORE LESS
This song talks about the communion of Latin American rhythms with African music, and the strong influence that Africa has had on our music. Latin America, as a diverse continent without borders, is one, and in it, the roots of ancestral African cultures flourish. The music, as usual, acts as an integrating element between cultures, telling us we share a common history that embrace us, the history of mankind.MORE LESS
This is a song about how we as humanity are in the process of learning to sing along to mother natures sacred song. It is an anthem to uplift our spirits and remind us to use our voice to rejoice and join her sacred song which in practical terms also means to choose to live and act in harmony with each other and our beautiful mother nature. It has been an amazing experience to collaborate as musicians from all over the world to make this song come alive.MORE LESS
The Philosophy of the song is The whole world is one, all people are the same. We should happily coexist without fighting against each other in the name of Countries, religion, cast, color, rich and poor. We should live with Universal brotherhood for peace and prosperity of our planet.MORE LESS
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