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Spoleto 2017 Review: Sofia Rei – Art Mag

“Of Earth and Gold” symbolizes the full range of emotions felt during a performance, specifically the melodies expressed during music. Last night, during the final performance by Sofía Rei of her Spoleto residency, the audience at the Simons Center Recital Hall at College of Charleston
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Singer Sofia Rei pushes vocal boundaries – Charleston City Paper

Calling Argentinian songwriter Sofia Rei, well… a songwriter is only part of the truth. Yeah, she’s a songwriter, but also a performer, an experimentalist, and an engineer. She spent the better part of her May 27 set at the Simons Center Recital Hall showing off
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Sofia Rei: A world’s worth of rhythm and song – The Post and Courier

Listeners can expect the unexpected during Sofa Rei’s six Spoleto Festival performances. Depending on the day, audiences might witness a full octet, a stripped-down drums/guitar/vocal trio or any variation in between. The constant will be Rei’s fusion of jazz, traditional Latin American folk music and electronic
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Sofía Rei’s music pulls from sounds found all over the globe – Charleston City Paper

Sofía Rei is a musical drifter. Ever since her first album Ojalá was released in 2006, the Argentinian jazz vocalist has pushed her boundaries time and time again. And her ability to experiment, while still holding on to her past, is a critical part of
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El universo ecléctico de Sofía Rei suena en Bogotá – Noisey – Vice

Entre el sonido de marimbas, cajas peruanas, saxofones, tambores caribeños y una vibrante voz, entramos en el universo sonoro de la artista argentina.   Con De Tierra y Oro, Sube Azul, Ojalá o Gavilán Sofia Rei dio un golpe de autoridad en la música latinoamericana.
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Stunningly Eclectic Singer Sofia Rei Radically Reinvents Violeta Parra Classics – Lucid Culture

Conventional wisdom is that if you cover a song, you either want to do it better than the original, or make something completely different out of it. The latter usually makes more sense, considering that if a song is worth covering at all, the original