Wed 13 Mar 2024 – 20:00 – Fuensanta


13 March 2024
Aanvang 20:00
Deur open 19:30

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Fuensanta – No Será Regresar (

Music like a transparent dreamscape, revealing intricate arrangements of vocal harmonies, chorals interwoven with elements of jazz, pop, son jarocho, and translucent electronics.

"A rare musician because, above all, a spirit steeped in poetry. The images arising from the words that weave the lyrics of her songs compose rich paintings, with poetic realism similar to that of the frescoes [...] which illustrate the aesthetics of her native country: Mexico. There is a mysterious telluric force in the poetry, music and singing of Fuensanta"
Serge Mariani - Art District Radio

Fuensanta is a singer, double bassist, composer, improviser & multidisciplinary artist born in the water forest of Veracruz [Mexico] and based in Amsterdam. Her music holds rare and simple poetry to help open a sincere & surreal vision over the things in the world. Fuensanta’s debut studio EP ‘Principio del Fuego’ co-produced with grammy nominated Louis Cole was released in  June 2023 through NYC label from Snarky Puppy GroundUp Music.

She concluded a two year period as artist in residency at BIMHUIS in October 2023 and is one of the most prominent & unique young voices emerging from the experimental music scene in Europe & Latin America.

Fuensanta collaborates with artists such as Louis Cole, Ben van Gelder, Genevieve Artadi, Han Bennink, Aaron Parks, Reinier Baas, Kit Downes, Magalí Datzira, Lucia Fumero, Sun Mi Hong, Tineke Postma, Ben Wendel, Sanem Kalfa, Teis Semey, Joris Roelofs & Nawras Altaky. She has performed in the Netherlands, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, France, Slovenia, Italy, Spain, Miami, UK, Latvia, Denmark, Sweden, Hungary, Portugal, & Germany.

Fuensanta: voice, acoustic bass, jarana (small guitar), Boss loop station RC 500 + volume pedal, piano
Marta Arpini: voice, Monologue Korg analogue synthesizer, minor percussion, Boss loop station RC 505
Paula Bilá: voice, Monologue Korg analogue synthesizer, minor percussion, piano
Chieko Dunker: cello + voice