SON DE QUILLA
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SON DE QUILLA

Barranquilla, Atlántico, Colombia | SELF

Barranquilla, Atlántico, Colombia | SELF
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"RCN TV News"

Live performance on RCN TV-News Carnaval Stage at 7 am and 12:30 pm - RCN TV News


"Move like a Mono Cuco or a Marimonda"

www.colombianews.tv/news/21010-move-monocuco-or-marimonda - RCN COLOMBIA TV NEWS


Discography

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWoyRHcO31I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YefkUwtSOW4&feature=related

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Bio

"SON DE QUILLA is the perfect symbiosis between musical talent and beauty. This Colombian feminine musical group is conformed by young, talented and beautiful girls from Barranquilla, Colombia, S.A., who perform magisterially a wide range of rhythms and tunes from the Colombia´s Caribbean Traditional Music as Cumbias, Bullerengues, Puyas, Mapalés, Chalupas, Porros and many others with typical Afro-Colombian hand drums, Millo flutes and Gaitas. Their enthusiasm and joy in scene are so contagious that their audience is fully involved with the charming and professionalism of these beautiful girls. From the sensual cadence of the Cumbias, Bullerengues and Porros to the frenetic beat of the Puyas and Mapalés, these talented girls propose a different point of view of the Colombian Caribbean Music, drawing melodies and rhythms in a magic manner but embracing and respecting the tradition. SON DE QUILLA took the Colombia Caribbean Traditional Music to a different dimension...the dimension of the delicate and lovable women." Javier R Martinez, Son de Quilla´s Agent
Feminine musical group conformed by talented girls, lovers of the Colombia Caribbean Folk Music who spread joy with their good musical performances to all kind of audiences, local and internacional. Between the native rhythms of the Colombian Caribbean Music as Cumbias, Puyas, Chalupas, Porros, Fandangos, and their collegue attendances, these girls promote themselves not only as distinguished professionists but good Colombian Caribbean Music doers and multiplier agents of it as well, keeping their juvenile musical proposals. In this way, gaitas, Millo flutes, clarinets, Afro-Colombian hand drums, guaches, maracas and bass, look alive when these girls play them with their delicate and smooth hands of young women, expressing their deepest feelings.

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