New promotion on Patreon

Many of you know that I have a Patreon account for donations, http://www.patreon.com/Musicin2Flavors. Currently, I am trying to increase the number of Patreons and support new musicians and update my recording equipment. It does not matter which Tier you choose, if you decide to be subscribe to Tiers Street Performer or Bluegrass, if you commit to 5 months subscription, you Read More …

Alejandro Andreu’s episode

Episode 121 with Alejandro’s is ready for every one to enjoy. Alejandro is a great luthier, he made my quena and sikus (zampolla) and I can attest to his great craftmanship. Alejandro and myself have formed a great friendship bond, as you might notice at the end of this conversation. I owed to Alejandro so much. I also grateful to Read More …

Luna Duo

This week guest is a duo formed by Valeria Stewart and Kathleen Huber. We talked in a lightly and informal way, as we knew each other a long time. We sat in Valeria’s dinner room and chatted about their bands, how Kathleen admires Valeria skillful music arrangements, and even Valeria’s Lab had a taken in this episode. Join me in Read More …

Roxana Tortosa, a sunflower singer

On this week, after a short hiatus due to different commitments, I have an episode that I was looking forward to do. Roxana Tortosa, a former elementary school teacher, took me, and will take you, to a special journey on music that probably you never expected to do. Roxana, as a great teacher, taught me about Leda Valladares and Isabel Read More …

William Billy Weber

On tomorrow’s episode I will have as a guest, Billy Weber, whom I met in Friendship Heights Metro Station while he was playing his violin. I stopped for a moment and listened to the tune he was playing. On this episode we talked about everything and I unveiled Billy’s invisibility from the web. Now he will become a trendy name Read More …

Acknowledgment for my work

Last Thursday, I received an email from Isabel Villagar with a thank you note and an acknowledgment on her latest publication Cómo enseñar a cantar a niños y adolescentes. The fact that my name appears in a book acknowledgment section along many other musical professionals, superior in experience than myself, is a great honor for me which I will be Read More …

Special Episode: Uña Ramos

This Saturday episode is a tribute to a Argentinian musicial who left his Argentina and moved to France where he became the most notable folk musician in this country. He is the one at your left and Milton Blanco, who was been a guest before, return to tell us a story that few people knows. In addition, Nuria Martinez, who Read More …

Chile has awaken

This episode took a turn that no one would have expected. All of my followers know that I have a deep respect for all Chileans and I have been very vocal supporting them for the last two years. I decided to do a special episode of Chile’s Popular Protest against neoliberalism policies that dates back to Pinochet’s Junta Militar. This Read More …

Nuria Martínez is this week guest

This week episode, Nuria Martínez, a well known musician is my guest. With Nuria we talked about everything, from her musical upbringing, feminism, musicians not valued (Uña Ramos) by media, her performances, social media, commercial mainstreams, you name it. This episode is almost one hour and a half , and I guarantee that you will not be dissapointed.

Albino Rhino is our next guest

This week guest is one of the founding members of Albino Rhino, a local DC Band which I saw performing on Takoma Park Folk Festival. If you have not heard of this band, is because, as many local bands, live stream media does not support/nor care of DC’s great non-commercial local bands. If they do, Washington Post, Washingtonian, and all Read More …

Our next guest is a classical music director, Alejandro Hernández Valdez

Our next guest is a virtuoso musician who comes from Mexico and has shown that no matter where you come from, you can achieve anything your set your mind on. Alejandro has achieved a lot, managing two orchestras, composing music, handling events, you name it. Alejandro is proof that Latinos can do anything and achieve great milestones. On this episode, Read More …

Javier López Trezza from journalism to blues

Next Saturday, October 19, 2019 Episode 110 will have a special guest: Javier López Trezza. On this episode we talked about his teen years, the music he listened to during a troubles Argentina (Videla’s dictatorship, Falkland Islands War, etc). He was a music journalist for Pelo and Metal magazines and he has written many poetry books and recorded LP and Read More …