The Nation highlights Cimafunk's presentation at AS/COA and his interview for AS/COA Online's podcast LatAm in Focus.
Our June 17 program From Latin to Quechua: Songs with Harp, which Fergus McIntosh said "traces the legacy of Catholic hymns in South America," was mentioned in The New Yorker.
"The musical performance was superb," said Zachary Woolfe about Music of the Americas' opera Kopernikus in The New York Times.
Our May 15–16 performances of Kopernikus, which Steve Smith calls "a dreamlike chamber opera haunted by the spectres of real and fictional personalities," was mentioned in The New Yorker.
The New York Times has listed our performances of Kopernikus on May 15–16 in their recommendations of classical concerts to see.
The Afro-Cuban musician described the evolution of his music from Pinar del Rio to Havana, and from Paris to New York.
Americas Society choir Meridionalis, led by Sebastián Zubieta, has released its first album, which features works by the Argentine composer that include madrigals, chant, and one “anti-carol” on the release by Naxos.
This spring's events touch Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, and Venezuela, exploring early music to big band to chamber opera.