Paola Ines & Norte Sur bring folk music from the diverse Andean region, which includes several countries running North to South along the continent as well as the diversity in music from the higher lands to the Amazon Basin with clear African influences. We accentuate this ancient richness with a modern touch of Andean Rock in fusion with ancestral instruments.
Paola Ines: (Bolivia) Lead vocal and guitar
Oscar Guillen: (Chile) Charango and guitar, musical director.
Dennis Helguero: (Bolivia) Andean flutes and guitar.
Cristian Guillen: (Bolvia) Andean Flutes and percussion
Tony Panton: (Panama) Latin percussion.
Will Lamos: (United States) Electric bass
Elisa Garcia and Leo Muñoz
Elisa Garcia (Uruguay) and Leo Muñoz (Mexico) are a husband and wife duo who play Latin American folk songs. From Cuba to Mexico to Venezuela and down to Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay, Elisa & Leo bring songs of justice, pain, and love represented by many folk styles including huapango, bolero, zamba, candombe, and more.
Sudaca Project is an acoustic band of Latin American music, made up of Frank Ayala, Nico Cornejo and Adolfo Romero. Their music seeks to fuse a diversity of folkloric and African-root styles, in a fusion of sounds without borders, and whose lyrics are the echo of a message of social justice, solidarity, and mestizo pride.
Frank Ayala (Latin percussion and drums) has recorded two CDs as the leader of the Band Mistura Fina based on Latin and Brazilian jazz. Frank’s influences are world music.
Nico Cornejo is a multi-instrumentalist musician (strings, wind instruments, and vocals). He has shown his skill in bands including Debajo del Agua. Formed in Berkley, he is able to perform an exquisite interpretation of several Latin American instruments.
Adolfo Romero (guitar & vocals) is a multifaceted artist from Chile who interprets a variety of Latin American styles in Spanish and Portuguese. He is the Music Director of Su Teatro and an active performer in Colorado, sharing shows with important folk singers like Susana Baca from Perú .