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This week Mestizas, which comprises Berklee students Patricia Ligia (Montevideo, Uruguay), Estefania Nuñez Villamandos (Havana, Cuba), Alejandra Gomez (Montevideo, Uruguay), Paloma Gomez Angulo (Seville, Spain), and Esperanza Delgado (Cordoba, Spain), will perform "Habaneras de Cadiz" by Carlos Cano.
About the Artist
Mestizas is a musical group specializing in the fusion of styles such as flamenco, jazz, and various genres of Latin American and Caribbean folklore. The group has an extensive repertoire in which they share some of their original songs along with arrangements of traditional Spanish, Cuban, and Uruguayan songs. Characterized by their refined musicality, this all-female quintet stands out among bands from Berklee College of Music (where the group was formed) for its quality, originality, and aesthetic, and their social sense, making them one of the most in-demand groups on campus and in the Boston area.