Cecilia is a marvelous guitarist, singer and lyricist from Buenos Aires. Martin Masakowski is one of New Orleans finest bassists and improvisers. This evenings sound sculpture will slide between the centuries and stir souls.
(from her website:) Cecilia has expressed her musical creativity using her guitar and voice, creating original compositions that blend sensitivity, emotion, technique and intuition. Her music draws on a rich mixture of influences, from Argentinian folklore, jazz, tango, and Brazilian music. After twenty years of artistic career he has edited eight albums with his own compositions and arrangements in various musical styles. Both “Halo de luz” (Alvarezabala dúo – 2004) and “Milonga sin palabras” (Las Morochas dúo – 2005 -dedicado a la obra de Astor Piazzolla-) are her first albums in duet with clarinet and flute. Her first solo recording, “Aguaribay” (2007), mixes Argentinian folklore repertory with original instrumental and vocals compositions, creating a new sonic landscape. “Pendiente” her second solo album (2008) has original compositions and arrangements of works by contemporary composers. In 2011, she released “Presente Infinito” an album where her guitar and voice are part of a group (winds, bass and percussion), developing new textures for the music. Her album “Violeta” (2013) has Violeta Parra’s compositions for solo guitar and was produced by León Gieco. Her project in duet with the pianist and composer Philippe Baden Powell was released in “Fronteras” (2015), where Jaques Morelenbaum is the special guest. In 2016 Cecilia released her eight album, “El color del silencio” with her own compositions for solo guitars and voice.