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Mariana Cayon

World Music
Mariana Cayon
Andean fusion music
Argentina

 

MARIANA CAYON tells us about a millenary culture, tells us the story of an original Latin American race that will never die while a Quena sounds. Preserving her culture and her origin, Mariana trained as an aerophonist, she mainly plays quena and also sikus, transverse flute and all other instruments.

Today, after having traveled much of the world with his music, he surprises us with a totally renewed proposal. She takes a great musical twist and brings us a new version of herself, full of bright colors and sparks of fresh, powerful light.

MARIANA CAYON returns to the ring with a handful of songs to share from the depth of her being to the most intimate fiber of her soul.

 

DISCOGRAPHY

 

  • Mis Mejores Temas (2014), Edited by Utopia, Triada Studio recording, Buenos Aires-ARG.
  • La quena se viste de tango (2013), Edited by Utopia, Triada Studio recording, Buenos Aires-ARG.​.
  • Tawa (2011), Edited by Utopia, Triada Studio recording, Buenos Aires-ARG.​
  • Armando Fiesta  (2007), Edited by Utopia, Triada Studio recording, Buenos Aires-ARG.​
  • Simplemente (2005), Edited by Utopia, Triada Studio recording, Buenos Aires-ARG.​
  • Clásicos Populares (2004), Edited by Utopia, Triada Studio recording, Buenos Aires-ARG.
  • Quena Corazón  (2001), Edited by Utopia, Triada Studio recording, Buenos Aires-ARG.
  • Amalgama (1999),Edited by Utopia, Triada Studio recording, Buenos Aires-ARG.

MUSICIANS:

 

Mariana Cayon: quena and voice

Gustavo Liendro: electro-acoustic guitar

Franco Leccese Cayón: electric guitar

Joaquín Zanardi: electric bass

Lautaro Albarracín: drums and percussion

 

 
 
 
 

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