A CONNECTION BETWEEN WORLD RHYTHMS
Rodrigo Carazo was born in 1985 in Córdoba, one of Argentina’s most important cities. His songs are interwoven with different rhythms and timbres from around the world, and his voice is a musical instrument which leaves its distinct mark on each of his lyrics. As well as being a composer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and music producer, he is also a true leader in self-management. Rodrigo is a keen researcher of world folk music -especially African music, which led to The Safari Beat Foundation- and a teacher, whose singing and musical experimentation workshop has taken him round most of Latin America.
Rodrigo has shared the stage with artists such as Raly Barrionuevo, Toch, Lucas Heredia, Ezequiel Borra and Vivi Pozzebon. He has played at different music festivals, such as the FICA (the International Costa Rica Festival), where he won second prize for the best song; and he has performed music for plays by very prominent local theatre groups.
He has released two solo albums -Oír e ir (2016) and Ríe río (2013), both with songs written by him- and he has participated on albums by Vivi Pozzebón, Córdoba Gospel Choir, Gonza Sánchez, Faceta Trío and Andrés Muratore.
ARGENTINE FOLK MUSIC