VIDEO: FLORE DE ANIS BY CASCADE DE FLORES

Flor de Anís is a song composed by Jorge Licego by Cascada de Flores, a San Francisco Bay area ensemble.  Liceaga sings the music and is accompanied by Arwen Lawrence (vocalist, dancer), Kyla Danysh (violinist, vocalist), and Saul Sierra-Alonso (bass).

You can watch the entire performance and an interview with Lawrence here. The show was aired on TV in the USA.

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VIDEO: CASCADA DE FLORES

Cascada de Flores is a San Francisco Bay area based music group that plays music from Mexico, Cuba and Latin America. The group was founded by Arwen Lawrence and Jorge Liceaga.

We caught up with the group  to find out about their work and music. They also performed a repertoire of songs. Lawrence is on vocals and is accompanied by Liceaga on guitar, Kayla Danish on violin and Saul Sierra Alonso on bass.

This show was aired on TV in California.

VIDEO: CASCADA DE FLORES

Cascada de Flores is a San Francisco-based musical ensemble that plays music from Mexico, Cuba and Latin America. Their repertoire consists of original and old, forgotten music from these regions. But, what they do is package and present that forgotten and new music in new and evocative ways.

The group was founded by Jorge Liceaga and Arwen Lawrence in 1999. Over the years they have released 4 albums and are working on a new album.

Here is a repertoire of 4 songs and an interview with Lawrence about their music.

This interview aired on TV in San Francisco Bay area and in Los Angeles.

 

VIDEO: CASCADA DE FLORES WITH CLAVELES

Cascada de Flores

Cascada de Flores

Cascade de Flores is a San Francisco Bay area musical ensemble founded by Arwen Lawrence and Jorge Liceaga in 1999. Their musical repertoire consists of music from Mexico and Latin America.

A hallmark of their repertoire is they focus on bringing music from the hidden corners of Mexico, Cuba and Latin America. Their last album Radio Flor pays homage to music from the 1930s and 1940s when radio was the primary platform that united people from Latin America and Mexico. So far the group has produced 4 albums.

We recently interviewed them for our TV show and here is a clip from it. In this video clip below they perform Claveles (carnations) in Spanish

Arwen is on vocals with Kyla Danysh on violin, Jorge Liceaga on guitar and Saul Sierra- Alonso on bass.

 

Watch out for our extended interview with Cascada de Flores.