Silvana Estrada’s sold-out concert in Chicago, accompanied by the lovely Alejandro y María Laura, was a fantastic way to finalize this leg of her tour. We are celebrating her newest release, Marchita.
When we spoke to Silvana last Fall before she went on tour with Rodrigo & Gabriela, we discussed the song “Tristeza,” a post-breakup track that allowed her to heal and move on from an overwhelming sadness. “Tristeza is probably the most therapeutic of all my compositions. I believe it’s the first song where I assimilate my break-up and ask to be healed.”
The new album includes 11 songs that contemplate and celebrate her discount levitra purchase heritage. Silvana grew up in Veracruz in the mountain town of Coatepec with her parents who are both musicians and luthiers.
In Marchita, Silvana elevates traditional folk music, with her Venezuelan cuatro, creating songs in such a way generic cialis in india that not only honors those roots sounds but also reinforces her true appreciation for all music.
Before all of this, though, we had the pleasure of speaking with Silvana for The Ponderers radio broadcast (105.5FM Lumpen Radio) in September of 2020. We talked about the duality of the music she grew up with and how important it is for her to connect to her roots through these sounds.
(Our interview comes up around the 43-minute mark in this show.)
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