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 …

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 …

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 …

The LPA Ceremony winners list

The creator of Audio Dice and founder of LatinPodcast Awards just released the list of winners. I am including the links for your benefit. Congrats to all of Latino podcast that participated on this wonderful event and to all winners it is great to share the recognition of the work that we do. https://www.prlog.org/12793676-top-winner-of-the-latin-podcast-awards-2019-latino-usa-from-npr.pdf https://www.prlog.org/12793673-nprs-latino-usa-by-futura-media-group-takes-top-prize-at-the-latin-podcast-awards-2019.pdf

Latin Podcast Awards

This Saturday, the Latino Podcast Award would have their day. As many of you knows, October 12 is our Latino Heritage Day. What better way to celebrate it by watching this magnificent Award Ceremony. I want to take the opportunity to thank Felix Montelera for opening this venue for podcasters, like myself, to submit our podcast for consideration and being Read More …

New Subscribers and Thank You for following me

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has joined and subscribed to my podcast. We are now 175 new members following Music in 2Flavors/Música en 2Sabores. We are listened in many countries as the chart above and by August the number of downloads was amazing. You are the reason I created and produced this podcast. You deserve Read More …

Gohar Vardayan

This Saturday we are going to have one of the most outstanding classical guitar players I have heard so far: Gohar Vardayan. While you are listening to my conversation with Gohar this Saturday, she will performing in Sweden as a guest performer on a Guitar Festival.  I have been following Gohar for awhile, via her Patreon account and thru #StringsByMail Read More …

Tabi Terusiak

Last Friday, a day before my flight was supposed to depart, I met Tabi Terusiak at #TakomaBeverageCo to record her episode. This time, the environment was not very cooperative. We had too many sounds around us such as: helicopters flying over us, a car jamming Norteño music, a lot of people walking by, etc. However, Tabi’s voice came clean and Read More …

We are nominated for another Award

Today a fellow podcaster told me that Music in 2Flavors/Música en 2Sabores was nominated by Ivoox for Premios Ivoox de la Audiencia 2019. The link for the votes is attached https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/3PGGQG9?fbclid=IwAR2CAJMjkdoY75dIch7hdHuyQEAnvU1C53Dcplm1HPty_pNo5RpzotblYqM. If you enter your email and scroll down to number 8, Música (Music) you will find my podcast in the left column where my logo appears. There is also Read More …

Takoma Park Folk Festival

This year, Takoma Park is celebrating its 40 Anniversary. In 1978, Sam Abbot decided to create a Folk Festival that celebrates Takoma Park commitment to the Arts. This first festival avoided and rejected a developer plans of destroying or changing Takoma Park Theather’s purpose. For the last 40 years, people of Takoma Park and all of the DMV Area have Read More …