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CONCERT | Angelica Lopez & Papayera : 8 SEPT. - 7.45PM@thamesfestival @MayorofLondon @ScoopMoreLondon #FREE

Led by Angelica Lopez & Rafa Sarmiento, the 8-piece ensemble has set fire to many stages including Womad, Carnaval del Pueblo, Barbican and Shepherds Bush Empire, to name a few. From the hotest part of the Caribbean coast in Colombia comes Papayera. This 8 piece traditional folk band, brings you a warm cocktail of tropical, African, Latin and indigenous music.(Photo by Barbara Kempf )

7.45pm         Angelica Lopez & Papayera  / Live music 2012
With her fiery voice she has become the queen of Colombia's Caribbean coast music in London. Interpreting rhythms such as: Cumbias, Mapal├ęs, Porros and Bullerengues
 
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Queen's Walk  More London, London SE1 2DB  FULL PROGRAMME
 
 
A 'papayera' group is a collection of local musicians who play the souped-up brass-driven rhythms of cumbia and vallenato, which are so typical of Colombia's Caribbean coast. If you're planning a party in Baranquilla or any of Colombia's 'costa' towns, a papayera group will guarantee you fun, mayhem and a right royal rumpus while the aguardiente flows freely.

This particular papayera combo comprises a bunch of ex-pat Colombians living in London, All have impressive pedigrees as musicians and names on the vibrant London Latin scene. Together they'll remind you just what happy chaos a little sunshine, good spirits and great music can cause when combined mashed up together by the experts.

Photos By KM's Live Music shots 
Playing instruments which include the gaita (a traditional pipe from San jacinto), guache (a very large shaker), tambora (a skin drum); and rhythms such as 'Cumbia', 'Chande', 'Vallenato', 'Mapale' and more, the band invites you to share their roots and the culture of their beautiful homeland. With and added twist of passion, magic, dancing and costumes this colourful, energetic, tropical, Afro-Colombian show, rarely heard in Britain, soon becomes a fiesta.
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