MALAMBO are :
Juanita Euka — voice
Tim Sharp — piano
Debbie Ahakpo — bass guitar
David Mortara — cajón, percussion
MALAMBO is a quartet performing vibrant black musical traditions from Lima, Peru’s capital city. MALAMBO captures the essential spontaneity of a familiar Peruvian ‘criollo’ party atmosphere, including clapping, cheering and rhyme-based interjections or ‘guapeos’. They fuse elements of other Latin American musical genres, including Cuban habanera, Brazilian bossa nova, Argentinean tango and Mexican boleros into our music to create a sound that offers listeners something sultry, smooth and sumptuous — a feast for the senses!
The coast of Peru is a land brimming with passionate stories, of love, conquest, death, beauty, slavery and nostalgia. These visceral subjects are captured and expressed in wonderfully crafted Afro-Peruvian Canción Criolla (Creole Song). This is music from the ‘poor’ neighbourhoods of simple, passionate folk, incorporating African, Spanish and Andean influences from the cultural melting pot that is Lima - exciting, intense — FUN!
Food and drinks available for sale.
This time we will have some special food with a Peruvian flare provided by the famous Flor!
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