I am a native of Córdoba, Argentina. From a very young age I have been drawn to the performing arts, and I joining contemporary dance casts from the age of 11. At 18, I started a degree in Musical Composition with a focus on Popular Music. By the time of my graduation, I had immersed myself in rhythms from different parts of the world, and was beginning to realize my goal of merging these rhythms into something unique. As a lover of different timbres, I experimented with a variety of instruments. I studied for 7 years vibraphone exploring classical and popular percussion of different genres. While, I began to find my voice as a lyricist, weaving tales of relationships and the natural world songs of hope for humanity. In 2017, I released my first album, "La Tejedora", under my stage name La Parsifónica. I am currently performing my second album "Niña Salvaje" with a Hindu harmonium and Ableton, lending the music a balance of electronic and acoustic flavours.
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Excitement for the ears here! We are Earthlings is a manifestation of diversity, created by five musicians representing five continents. Rather than providing a singular statement or theme, this song presents a playful exploration of our many inter-connected perspectives. Even the seemingly straightforward lyric ‘we play with fire’ can be interpreted as either threatening or empowering depending on the context. We are complex creatures, and every one of us lives the full spectrum of emotions. As the song progresses, we move from minor to major melodies, and despair is replaced by hope. We are Earthlings!MORE LESS
Inspired by an environmentalist and humanist perspective, “Vergel” expresses the desire to find a place to make a base; a place to find peace in these crazy times, and put down roots. It also seeks to generate awareness about the need to harvest our own food and through this act reconnect with Mother Earth. Curiously, all three performers (none of whom are Indian) are playing Indian instruments in this song. Although the style of music is not primarily Indian, the music is grounded by the warmth and timelessness of these ancient sounds.MORE LESS
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