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Magos Herrera and Brooklyn Rider are back on our series with a new version of the Uruguayan classic anthem “A redoblar,” in a new arrangement by Sebastián Zubieta, video by French video artist Adrien Tillmann, with percussion by Mathias Kunzli, and Latin Grammy-nominated Brazilian singer Mônica Salmaso making their virtual debut with us!
Special thanks to Bill Siegmund at Digital Island Studios, LLC!
About the Artists
Hailed as “the future of chamber music” (Strings), the veteran string quartet Brooklyn Rider presents eclectic repertoire and gripping performances that continue to draw rave reviews from classical, world, and rock critics alike. NPR credits Brooklyn Rider with “recreating the 300-year-old form of string quartet as a vital and creative twenty-first-century ensemble.”
Johnny Gandelsman, violin
Colin Jacobsen, violin
Nicholas Cords, viola
Michael Nicolas, cello
With her “gorgeous, quintessentially Brazilian voice,” (New York Times) Latin Grammy-nominated Brazilian singer Mônica Salmaso has been performing and recording for 30 years. Her collaborators include some of the most distinguished Brazilian musicians, including Guinga and Paulo Bellinatti.
Hailing from Switzerland, multi-disciplined drummer/percussionist Mathias Kunzli currently splits his time between Los Angeles and New York City. He can be found performing around the globe in a variety of styles with artists and bands of many backgrounds. Additionally, his original work is featured in Film, TV and other multi-media platforms.
Adrien H. Tillmann is a French photographer based in Manhattan, born from a French-German family near Paris. His photography, dedicated to the jazz world, can be seen in various parts of the globe, including on the walls of the legendary New-York Jazz clubs The Village Vanguard and Birdland.
Mauricio Ubal - Rubén Olivera: music and lyrics
Magos Herrera: voice
Mônica Salmaso: voice
Brooklyn Rider: Johnny Gandelsman, Colin Jacobsen: violins
Nicholas Cords: viola
Michael Nicolas: cello
Mathias Kunzli: percussion
Adrien H. Tillman: video direction and editing
Bill Siegmund: audio editing
Oscar Zambrano: audio mastering
Sebastián Zubieta: arrangement
Made with support from MetLife Foundation
Special thanks to Maestro Dobel