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The Cosmic Barrio with Betto Arcos
Music from around the world and around the block!
Category: World
Location: Los Angeles
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November 27, 2017 01:00 PM PST

First in a series of podcasts focused on artists who performed at the Oslo World 2017 festival. This program features an interview with classical guitarist Derek Gripper, talking about his work translating and performing the music of Mali's Toumani Diabate.

October 29, 2017 11:34 PM PDT

Esta es la segunda parte del programa dedicado a músicos participantes en el BOmm 2017 - Bogotá Music Market. En esta ocasión, platicamos con Redil Cuarteto, Las Añez, Lucio Feuillet, y Masilva.

PLAYLIST:

1. Redil Cuarteto / Remolino en el Estero, Legado Ancestral.

2. Las Añez / Don Tomate.

3. Lucio Feuillet / Sangre y Tierra.

4. Masilva / Abelardo.

October 29, 2017 10:50 PM PDT

Este es un programa enfocado en artistas colombianos participantes en el BOmm - Bogotá Music Market 2017. En esta primera parte, platicamos con las bandas Chimó Psicodélico, Bazurto All Stars, Zalama Crew, y Bambaranda.

Playlist:

1. Chimó Psicodélico / Oriundo, Conmoción Interior / Alcaraván.

2. Bazurto All Stars / No Hago Más Ná.

3. Zalama Crew / La Bulla / La Bulla.

4. Bambarabanda / Sur / Surestar.

September 25, 2017 09:57 AM PDT

Este es un podcast especial, desde el Festival Nacional de la Mejorana, en Guararé, Panamá. En este programa escucharán las diferentes expresiones de la Mejorana, género musical tradicional de Panamá, uno de los géneros hermanos del Punto Cubano y el Son Jarocho, entre otros, que surgieron en el Caribe en el siglo XVI, como resultado del mestizaje entre tres grandes culturas, la española, la indígena y la africana.

September 01, 2017 06:44 PM PDT

Entrevista con 'Unico Trío', en vivo desde el Festival "Colombia al Parque". 'Único Trío' está conformado por tres egresados de la Universidad Pedagógica Nacional de Colombia: William Henao, guitarra; Iván Poveda, bandola andina; y el profesor de ambos, Oscar Santa Fé, tiple. Amigos y compañeros que hacen lo que más les gusta: explorar las posibilidades de interpretación de instrumentos tradicionales, con una visión contemporánea.

PLAYLIST:

1. Enémene (Pasillo)
2. Sólo de Bandola (Iván Poveda)
3. Unico (Bambuco en 9/8)
4. Ahí viene corriendo Iván (Guabina)

Album: "Personalmente" / www.unicotrio.com

July 30, 2017 02:10 PM PDT

En esta ocasión "El Barrio Cosmico" les presenta una entrevista con Vico Díaz, bajista y compositor de Guadalajara, Jalisco, líder del grupo de jazz mexicano Toktli.

Playlist:

1. Camino Real.

2. Con mi Jarana.

3. La Víbora de Cascabel.

4. Colima.

June 28, 2017 10:41 PM PDT

Entrevista con la cantautora colombiana Victoria Sur, quien nos habla sobre su nuevo álbum titulado "Hasta el nuevo sol"; nos cuenta sobre el 'bambuco' - uno de los grandes géneros musicales andinos de gran historia; y sobre la efervescencia musical femenina de Colombia.

Canciones:

1. Las Curanderas.

2. Carilda.

3. Dormite.

4. Declaración.

5. Hasta el nuevo sol.

April 10, 2017 11:30 AM PDT

Este es un programa especial que celebra el encuentro de dos corrientes musicales que surgieron en el mismo mar, hace más de cuatro siglos. En este Encuentro participan los músicos Raúl Rodríguez, tres flamenco; Mario Más, guitarra; Josh Brown, guitarra; y César Castro, requinto jarocho y jarana.

October 05, 2015 09:15 PM PDT

As this is the first podcast of The Cosmic Barrio, I’d like to focus on new and exciting music I’ve received in the past few weeks:

SET 1 - Four pianists
Music by four different pianists: Stefano Battaglia's “In the morning - Music by Alec Wilder”. A piece titled “When I am Dead My Dearest”; Júlia Tygel from Brasil, Tigran Hamasyan from Armenia, and Max Richter from England.

SET 2 - Mediterranean music
Music by the Corsican vocal ensemble, A Filetta; two singer-songwriters from Palestine, Sana Moussa and Haya Zaatry; and The Gurdjieff Ensemble playing the music of Armenia’s renowned composer Komitas.

SET 3 - New African music
The new album by Mali’s Ballaké Sissoko & France’s Vincent Segal called “Musique de Nuit”. Daby Touré’s new record “Amonafi”. Ghana’s marimba player SK Kakraba and his new album “Songs of Paapieye”, and Mali’s legendary super band “Les Ambassadeurs”.

SET 4 - New Afro-Latin Music
For the final set of today’s program we’ll be hearing new music from Cuban violinist Darien Santamaria’s new album “Belleza”. And to cap the set and the show, Eddie Palmieri and Chucho Valdés, appearing on Tuesday, October 20th at Disney Hall in Los Angeles.

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