Argentinean Singer-Songwriter Carolina Mamá blends an intimate singing style with masterful storytelling, integrating the heart of different cultures and a sense of imagination that takes the audience on a trip through time and space. She’s supported by pianist Arturo O Farrill, guitarist Yotam Silberstein, bassist Bam Bam Rodriguez and drummer Franco Pinna. Special guests include saxophonist Maria Grand and guitarist Fede Díaz.
She began her musical studies in primary school and had the opportunity to sing with Juan Carlos Baglietto, Lito Vitale, Julia Zenko, Leon Gieco among others.
Since her move to NYC, she has collaborated in several projects, such as the South American Jazz Collective; an orchestra integrated by recognized musicians who won Best Improvisation Student Ensemble for the prestigious DownBeat Magazine. She also created a sextet named Levana, and composed/arranged music from Latin America and Spain, performing all over NYC.
Most recently she started working with ALJA (Afro Latin Jazz Alliance) and invited to perform with Arturo O Farrill for the release of this Grammy-nominated album, Fandango at the Wall, and has upcoming shows in 2019 with the orchestra.