Release date: 13/10/2019
Our debut album Encuentro is an expression of the power of encounter between artists and musical cultures. It is inspired by the themes of displacement, nostalgia, loneliness, the utopian experience of love and the power of women to resist and seek for freedom.
Vinyl (also includes digital version)
"Their new CD Encuentro leaves the impression of a beautiful musical experience infused with nostalgia and the lingering notes of a hauntingly smooth song." - Sarah Fenwick, cyprusnewsreport.com
TANGO NOTTURNO - SINGLE
Release date: 20/09/2019
Tango notturno is a cover version of the 1937 tango song originally written by the composer Hans-Otto Borgmann for a German film under the same name.
It is a romantic song about the inexplicable joy that one feels when falling in love. When life used to bring only intoxicated and ephemeral love, real love comes to enslave and overwhelm. Lost in the song of a nocturnal tango that entwines two hearts for life.
CITY OF LIGHT - SINGLE
Release date: 04/10/2019
City of Light is an original jazz-pop song with music by the Argentinian composer Roman Gomez and performed by the singer Andria Antoniou. The song appears on their debut latin-jazz album “Encuentro” and features the bandoneon, a distinctive Argentinian instrument with a sensual and sombre sound, often called the symbol of tango. The sweet, soft tone of the voice and piano lend the song a dreamlike quality. With lyrics by the English writer Julia Gray, City of Light is a song about nostalgia: memories of a city were two people met and fell in love, sharing secrets at sunset, walking by the river; a city of light and sound and magic.
ALSO APPEARS ON
HAVANA CLASSIC (2019)
Named Runner-up Album of the Year in the 2019 UK Latin Awards and recorded at EGREM studios in Havana (where the legendary Buena Vista Social Club recorded their albums), Havana Classic is Classico Latino's life-affirming encounter with one of the planet’s most remarkable musical cultures, sampling Afro-Hispanic changüi, romantic compositions by ‘Cuban Gershwin’ Ernesto Lecuona, and the all-conquering carnival of legendary salsa queen Celia Cruz