Cimarrón: embracing and upending Colombian musical traditions | Songlines
Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Cimarrón: embracing and upending Colombian musical traditions

By Chris Moss

The death of their co-founder and lead harpist, Carlos Rojas, gave Colombian joropo group Cimarrón cause to reflect on musical roots and gender roles. Chris Moss talks to dynamic frontwoman Ana Veydó about their new album, La Recia

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Cimarrón (photo by David Micolta)

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