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Niyireth Alarcón

Niyireth Alarcón

Niyireth Alarcón


This artist uses Niyireth as her artist name, please correct your ID3 tags. Niyireth Alarcón, born in Garzón, department of Huila in southern Colombia, she is a mezzosoprano with a warm voice and first-class singing technique. She studied music at the Conservatorio de Neiva, Conservatorio del Tolima and the Conservatorio Nacional y Escuela Superior de Arte of the University INCCA of Colombia. Her singing teachers were Fabio Buitrago, Esther de Rojas, Ana Saturia Franco, Rocío Ríos, María Pardo and Alexander Cuesta. Read more on Last.fm
This artist uses Niyireth as her artist name, please correct your ID3 tags. Niyireth Alarcón, born in Garzón, department of Huila in southern Colombia, she is a mezzosoprano with a warm voice and first-class singing technique. She studied music at the Conservatorio de Neiva, Conservatorio del Tolima and the Conservatorio Nacional y Escuela Superior de Arte of the University INCCA of Colombia. Her singing teachers were Fabio Buitrago, Esther de Rojas, Ana Saturia Franco, Rocío Ríos, María Pardo and Alexander Cuesta. She also studied theatre, body expression and dancing with private teachers. In over twelve years of continuously working with Colombian music of the Andes, including conscientious musical training and consistent contact with artists, composers and instrumentalists, Niyireth has made her contribution to this musical genre by taking its singing to new levels, seeking to bring this genre closer to the Latin American singing movement. Recordings: • “Mujer” 1997.

Recorded live in the city of Manizales. • “De norte a sur” 2000. Compilation of live performances in Mexico and Colombia. • “Entre mi patria y yo” 2003. Recorded in Quito (Ecuador). • “La Suite Colombiana”. 2005 Composed & conducted by French master Miquèu Montanaro • “Azul, azul” – Niyireth sings to great Colombian poets – 2006.

Recorded in Medellín and Bogotá. • “Navidad en América” 2007. Christmas Carols of our Lands. • “Cantos del camino” 2008. Recorded live in Medellín. (Translation English: Simon Boyden) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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