Manu Sija, is a young Argentine multi-instrumentalist who has created a nice based on the improvisation and miscegenation of languages, and Latin American folklore. He has manages to combine, in an original way, a sound that goes from Violeta Parra and Atahualpa Yupanqui to
Pat Metheny. He works within the orthodoxy of folklore, but still imbues the music with the flair of a jazz treatment. Manu was offered a scholarship to study at the renowned Berklee College of
Music of Boston and has already made seven tours in the United States, as well as multiple tours in Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador.
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