Mireya Ramos is a New York-based, Latin Grammy-winning vocalist, violinist, composer, arranger and founder of Flor de Toloache – NYC’s first and only all-women mariachi. In this performance, Ramos is joined by her partner Andy Averbuch on guitar as they perform works off her upcoming solo debut album.
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Join us for a Digital Discovery performance featuring violinist and vocalist Mireya Ramos, best known as the founder of the famed Latin-grammy winning all-female Mariachi group, Flor de Toloache. Ramos is joined by her partner Andy Averbuch on guitar as they perform works off her upcoming solo debut album.
Mireya Ramos is a New York-based, Latin Grammy-winning vocalist, violinist, composer, arranger and founder of Flor de Toloache – NYC’s first and only all-women mariachi. Born in California to proud Dominican and Mexican parents, Mireya was raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico until moving to NYC in her teens to pursue her musical career. Her aura embodies a wide variety of musical influences: from mariachi, salsa to merengue, hip-hop, she weaves a unique and refreshing musical blend. Classically trained by Suzuki method, and having had orchestral experience at University, her passion is strongest for folklore as well as other alternative genres. Mireya believes in sharing her skills, encouraging and inspiring the next generation to successfully pursue their dreams through educational workshops and school performances all around the country.
Mireya Ramos - Vocals, Violin, Guitar
Mauricio Olivera - Guitar
Andy Averbuch - Guitar
Nico - Percussion
Sam Johnson - Recording engineer, Rhythm Ace Studios, Oakura, New Zealand.
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