Claudia Medina is a saxophonist graduated in Berklee College of music in Boston, United States and she will return to Peru to present her show “From Peru to the World”, which she has already performed on stages across the North American country and Colombia.
She will give two performances in Lima, which will consist of original compositions and musical arrangements where she fuses jazz and Afro-Peruvian rhythms.
“The young arranger and also music producer has been reaping achievements since her arrival in Boston, including her own musical creation: Claudia Medina’s Peruvian Project,”, Andina News Agency informed.
As part of this project, the saxophonist proudly performed a special musical arrangement of the Peruvian National Anthem in a Quechua version, performed by musicians from Bulgaria, Poland, the Philippines and the United States in a special arrangement of strings, piano and saxophone that captivated all Peruvians, the aforementioned news agency said.
The concerts will take place on Wednesday, May 22 at the Miraflores Jazz Zone (Av. La Paz 656, Miraflores) at 10:00 pm and on Wednesday, May 29 at the Green Crocodile (Francisco de Paula Camino 226, Miraflores) at 9:30 pm.
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