Folias performs live at the GRAM Grand Rapids Art Museum from a January 18, 2015 concert featuring Andrew’s Folias Variations for flute and guitar, a trio piece about blue cheese piece Cabrales, and a transcription arrangement of Pedro Laurenz’s Quejas de bandoneón.  Subscribe and Review on Itunes Folias thanks violinist Christopher Martin, audio engineer John Jansen, and photographers David McGowan and […]

The Corazón Tanguero show on KUNM 89.9 at the University of Albuquerque, NM hosted by Cristina Baccin featured Folias on June 21, 2014 playing our own compositions live in the studio. We talked with Cristina about combining the experience of playing concert chamber music with Argentinian folk and tango, and discussed our connection to nature […]

This interdisciplinary tango event in Michigan combined art, music, and dance all about the legendary Argentine composer and bandoneónist Astor Piazzolla. We talk about the place of Piazzolla in the history of tango, the new trio arrangements we did for the event organized by Jorge Broggio, the nature of improvising both dance and music, and present […]

We talk about three pieces from the chamber concert at Aquinas College: our co-composed “salsa” piece Scotch Bonnet (“what if J.S. Bach ate a habenero?”); Black Warrior, Andrew’s piece from our artist residency in the North Cascades, and Sotres, Andrew’s flute, violin, and guitar piece inspired by the Picos de Europa off the coast of Northern Spain in Asturias. […]