To my beloved music students… and to all who relates: Do you ever see yourself playing with the symphony? Or any band? Or composing? Singing-Songwriting? Maybe in a Mariachi band? Or jazz band? I invite you to get inspired to my debut with the Oregon Symphony at the Arlene Schnitzer Hall. I’ll be performing my original songs with symphony arrangements! Mariachi UNA VOZ will beautifully kick off the night! Jan 4-5!
A todos mis estudiantes de música… y a todo aquel que le guste la música: ¿Alguna vez te has imaginado verte tocando como músico o con tu banda o tal vez componiendo canciones o música? o ¿Tal vez cantando tus canciones con tu propia banda? Los invito este 4 y 5 de Enero a inspirarse a que todo es posible, todo se puede! Ven a mi primer show con La Sinfónica de Oregon en el Arlene Schnitzer Hall! Estaré presentando mis canciones para ustedes junto con mi banda! Mariachi UNA VOZ nos alegrará los corazones al empezar la noche! TICKETS/BOLETOS: here 👉 bit.ly/2GP3FwM
Saturday, January 4, 2020, 7:30 pm Sunday, January 5, 2020, 2 pm
Enjoy an evening of Latin American music, featuring Portland’s own singer/songwriter Edna Vazquez, who brings together folk, rock, pop, and R&B influences, and Hillsboro’s award-winning Mariachi Una Voz.
Jeff Tyzik, conductor Edna Vazquez, guitar and vocals Mariachi Una Voz, special guest
Disfrute de una noche Latinoamericana con nuestra compositora local Edna Vázquez, quien les traerá una noche con influencias de folclor, rock, pop y jazz y blues. Abriendo la noche disfruten del Mariachi más querido: Una Voz.
Con la participación del conductor: Jeff Tyzic
Edna Vazquez Band Invitados especiales de la noche: Mariachi Una Voz
“In support of the […BESAME MUCHO EP, recent collaboration with Pink Martini, Vázquez…] expands with the band in an extensive North American “Silver Jubilee” tour into the fall, with performances at New York City’s Beacon Theatre, San Francisco’s SFJazz, Boston’s Berklee Performance Center and more. On October 13, Pink Martini will perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, celebrating 25 years since the group performed their first show. In the years since, Pink Martini’s albums have collectively sold over 3 million copies worldwide, all on the band’s own label, Heinz Records. The Times describes the group as “one of the world’s most elegant live bands,” while Huffington Post calls their music “a timely balm for a spiritually bruised country.”.The ensemble has gone on to perform its multilingual repertoire on concert stages and with symphony orchestras worldwide including performances with the Boston Pops, San Francisco Symphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and the Los Angeles Philharmonic…In addition to Vazquez and Herrod, Pink Martini band members include Thomas Lauderdale (piano), China Forbes (lead vocals), Storm Large (vocals), Robert Taylor (trombone), Antonis Andreou (trombone), Gavin Bondy (trumpet), Nicholas Crosa (violin), Pansy Chang (cello), Dan Faehnle (guitar), Philip Emilio Baker (upright bass), Timothy Nishimoto (vocals & percussion), Brian Lavern Davis (congas, drums & percussion), Miguel Bernal (congas & percussion), Andrew Borger (drums & percussion) and Reinhardt Melz (drums & percussion)…” Post extracted from Pink Martini’s previously released posts four Fall Tour press. (With some additions marked)
“Be moved by the power of every phrase [Colima]/Jalisco, Mexico–born vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Edna Vazquez sings. Passionate, poetic, and inspired by folk, rock, pop, and R&B, her strikingly original music is powered by her expressive vocals, fiery guitar playing, and lively contributions from her band. Life, love, compassion, and cultural healing are the cornerstones of her music—it will touch your heart and delight your ears.