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Blending culture and business in Iloilo

Published at The News Today Philippines on May 6, 2008 Blending culture and business in Iloilo By Rhea B. Peñaflor … Read More»

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WHY I DANCE!!!

TREBLE JOY Tuti looked wow! My Cinderella was the best of them all. The lime green gown complimented with the gold ribbons on her hair and the girly gold shoes made her look divine. … Read More»

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Omara Portuondo To Make Rare U.S. Appearances

Omara Portuondo, the world renowned vocalist who began her career in the music scene of her native Cuba in the 1940s, has been granted a travel visa to perform in the United States for two very specia … Read More»

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Radio show today - Women's Music

Please listen 1-3 PM Eastern US to WPFW.org or 89.3 FM Washington, DC. I will be playing some wonderful music by women, about women, for everyone! … Read More»

Plegaria del Árbol negro

With the release of their new album, Plegaria del Árbol Negro, this entrancing Argentinian duo has sealed their destiny as a force of musical genuis. Intent on conserving the voice of Argentina’s indigenous Toba culture, Tonolec plants electronic beats in native prayers, seeding a fertile landscape of rhythms. Read More »

Plateau

Soname Yangchen’s voice—and story—soars in her new album, Plateau. A singer/songwriter of contemporary Tibetan mountain songs, she uses spirited, free-flowing lyrics and sounds to reflect on her lost homeland. Read More »

Tchamantche

The much celebrated Malian singer, songwriter, and musician Rokia Traoré has received global praise for her fourth and latest album, Tchamantche. Here, her voice beautifully bears lyrics in French, English, and Bambara, a Malian language. Read More »

Morabeza

An exploration of time, space, and style, Maria de Barros’ newest album combines Cape Verdean traditional Morna and Coladeira beats with a rich frappé of global rhythm and melody. Read More »

The Beauty and the Sea

Mor Karbasi’s debut album, The Beauty and the Sea, is a brave new contribution to Sephardic music. Here, Karbasi, an Israeli-born descendent of Moroccan and Persian Jews, now based in London, performs traditional Ladino songs and her own Ladino-inspired compositions. Read More »

Middle Cyclone

Neko Case is an awesome force to be reckoned with, disarming us completely with her fifth studio album, Middle Cyclone. In a clear, husky voice she moves through alternative country and gospel vibes sung with gripping, often comical, lyrics about life and love, especially. Read More »

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