Colombian singer and accordionist Gregorio Uribe returns to Lincoln Center for the release of his third album Hombre absurdo (Absurd Man). With his latest album, Uribe decided to focus on writing music next to his life-long companion; the accordion. In his everlasting search for a unique personal sound, he has gone beyond the familiar vallenato to explore the unrecognized rhythms of “sabanero” accordion. The infectious grooves of cumbia, paseaito and pasebol are tinged by Cuban timba, Puerto Rican bomba and Dominican merengue, reinforcing the artist’s love of Afro-latin music. His passion for rhythm and harmony is only matched by his admiration of great literature and philosophical works. Echoes of Dostoevsky and Kierkegaard mingle with the sounds of rural Colombia in a manner that we could only deem as “Existential Cumbia”.

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