Photo by Chimera Singer

Carolina Mama’s debut album, Amina, is a powerful and inspiring expression of womanhood, blending folkloric/jazz elements and cinematography to take listeners on a journey that serves as a witness to women's strength, beauty, and resilience. Innovative Argentinian musician Carolina Mama’s live performances showcase her intimate singing style, masterful storytelling, and outrageous skill at imaginatively interweaving cultural treasures into something that challenges female norms and representation. The project originated during research in Morocco on folkloric music performed only by women, where Carolina discovered the story of Amina El Filali, a 16-year-old girl who took her own life after countless violations. Carolina's origins have also inspired this project as an Argentinian activist within the Ni Una Menos movement. The album is co-produced with Emily Elbert, Jacob Collier and Leon Bridges's guitarist, and the acclaimed Catalan guitarist Lau Noah, with the unique appearance of Munir Hossn.

A graduate of prestigious arts programs at Buenos Aires' Universidad Nacional del Arte and NYC's New School of Jazz and Contemporary Music, Carolina also records and tours with Samir LanGus and the GRAMMY-nominated vocal group ROSA. She has collaborated with many other renowned artists, including Arturo O’Farrill, Ayodele Casel, Linda Brinceño, Jorge Glem, among others.

Run time: Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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