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SalomeMarch 5, 2014


by Salomé Sandoval

Hi there! My name is Salome and I am very excited to join the Early Music week at the World Fellowship Center this year!

I am from Venezuela, a South American country which like many others displays traces of many cultures. Perhaps that is why I have always been interested in finding out all those roots when it comes to the music that I research and perform.

This summer, I plan to bring with me selections from Mateo Flecha's "Ensaladas" – a collection with an interesting salad of languages and cultures that include European countries and the new world.

Below is a sample from this collection, "San Sabeya Gugurumbé (La Negrina)" performed by the renowned ensemble led by Jordi Saval.

This Summer let's share a voyage together, playing and singing, in Spanish and native languages, for the conquest of knowledge and most fun times!

Recent posts:

EMW 2019:
Dances of Love and War, by Ken Pierce

EMW 2018:
Transformative Dance, by Ken Pierce

Transformation, by Larry Wallach

Music: A Transformative Art, by Pamela Dellal

EMW 2017:
Music and nature, by Larry Wallach

Images of Nature in Dance, by Ken Pierce

EMW 2016:
Dancing to music, by Ken Pierce

Playing for historical dance, by Jane Hershey

EMW 2015:
Language, by Pamela Dellal

Genre, by Larry Wallach

Legacy, by Larry Wallach

EMW 2014:
The Spanish Golden Age in the Netherlands,
by Anne Legêne

Sephardic Music, by Jay Rosenberg

Ensalada by Salomé Sandoval