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Cimarrón is committed to Latin music related to identity and struggle

With their new album “La Recia”, Cimarrón comes back strong with a new show and new choreographies. Both music and dance, the joropo and the fandango work in the same direction: they both offer an absolutely remarkable musical mix made up of frenzied rhythms and whirling choreographies.

The new show is energetic and infectious, features harp, four-string cuatro, guitar-like tiple and bandola, maracas, Afro-Peruvian cajón, Brazilian surdo, Afro-Colombian tambora, ancient river deer skull whistles Orinoco, Amazonian Manguaré and all the powers of the trampling dance of the rustic festivals of Los Llanos (Colombian and Venezuelan plains).

Around 40 countries from 5 continents have given Cimarrón's performance a standing ovation at major folk music and global music festivals such as Mawazine Festival in Morocco, Malaysia Rainforest World Music Festival, Paleo Swiss Festival, Rajasthan International Folk Festival, Rudolstadt Festival, Globaltica Festival, Abu Dhabi Culture and Heritage Festival, Førde International Folk Music Festival, Flamenco Biennale Nederland, Newport Folk Festival, San Francisco International Arts Festival and world famous performing arts centers such as Japan Musashino Concert Hall and the China National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing.

Cimarrón recently released his new album La Recia with a summer tour of Europe (Festival Rudolstadt in Germany, Festival Globaltica in Poland) and a stunning cover in London's Songlines magazine, with photographs by Ruven Afanador (world renowned photographer : Oprah, the Dalai Lama, Antonio Banderas, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera). La Recia (2022) received four stars from The Times (Clive Davis) and Financial Times (David Honingmann) in the UK. It was July's number 1 album on the Transglobal World Music Chart and also exploded into the Top 20 of World Music Charts Europe as the only album from the Americas on that chart. La Recia has also been positively reviewed in media such as The Bangkok Post (Thailand), Maailman Kuvalehti (Finland), Radio Belgrade (Serbia), Woxx (Luxembourg), Heaven (Belgium), Foolk (Italy).

Cimarrón means "wild bull" in the plains of the Orinoco and the group took this name as an allegory of freedom in music. Led by vocalist Ana Veydó and founded in partnership with harpist Carlos Cuco Rojas (1954-2020), Cimarrón leads modern joropo with a brand new, ever-evolving sound.


Latin Grammy Award folk album (Orinoco, 2019)

Songlines Music Awards 2020,

Best Group Independent Music Awards 2019

Transglobal World Music Chart (Best album from South America, 2019). ----

New album 2022 "La Recia"


6 musicians on stage (8 on the road)