Female Fall Vol. 2 - Maria Mendoza's Cachamay
After last year's huge success, Pure Note is spotlighting even more female artists from around the world for five weeks as part of our fall cultural series Female Fall.
To close out our series, we bring you another double event of literature/discussion and live music.
Maria Mendoza's Cachamay Latin American Jazz Fusion Music Trio. Together they play Latin American rhythms and add the unique elements of jazz to pass on the cultural heritage of their countries of origin.
María Mendoza, Venezuelan flutist, studied flute at the Sistema de Orquestas de Venezuela. She is a prizewinner of international competitions and recently became a candidate for the master's degree in jazz improvisation at the Folkwang University of the Arts (Essen-Werden).
Bruna Cabral, Brazilian percussionist, graduate of the Folkwang University of the Arts (Essen-Werden).
Eduardo Lara, double bassist and guitarist, currently a student at Folkwang University of the Arts (Essen-Werden).
"Cachamay" is a word with ethnic origins in Latin America. In some countries it means "gentle rain", in others "herbs that do good". With it, the group catalyzes and presents its repertoire.
Flute (María Mendoza - Venezuela),
vibraphone/percussions (Bruna Cabral - Brazil)
bass/guitar (Eduardo Lara - Brazil)
For the concert, we will offer all guests a fine selection of delicious vegan finger food, which, like the drinks, will be available at the serving points in the counter area. Admission to the concert is free. A reasonable hat donation for the female artists is requested.
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