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Omaha Performing Arts Ladama with Alexis Arai Jazz on Your Green

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With rhythm, percussion and powerful vocals driving their original compositions, LADAMA delivers an utterly unique musical experience blending Latin American musical roots with soulful pop. LADAMA is a group of four women, virtuosic musicians, and educators -- Lara Klaus (Brazil), Daniela Serna (Colombia), Mafer Bandola (Venezuela) and Sara Lucas (United States)— that harness the music from their respective countries of origin to produce Latin Alternative music.

Their music flows from the electric to the acoustic, from Spanish to English and Portuguese, and from the high plains of Venezuela to the Colombian coast. As well as performing, the women help build communities, empower women and strive to engage youth in their respective communities in the process of music-making, composition and audio production through collaboration and performance workshops. Their art proves that borders are meaningless, transporting us to a future where the world communicates across continents and cultures, through sound and story. MORE

Joins us on Facebook or YouTube for Jazz on Your Green live from whatever device you prefer to watch on!

Tune in for local preshow entertainment by Alexis Arai.

With rhythm, percussion and powerful vocals driving their original compositions, LADAMA delivers an utterly unique musical experience blending Latin American musical roots with soulful pop. LADAMA is a group of four women, virtuosic musicians, and educators -- Lara Klaus (Brazil), Daniela Serna (Colombia), Mafer Bandola (Venezuela) and Sara Lucas (United States)— that harness the music from their respective countries of origin to produce Latin Alternative music.

Their music flows from the electric to the acoustic, from Spanish to English and Portuguese, and from the high plains of Venezuela to the Colombian coast. As well as performing, the women help build communities, empower women and strive to engage youth in their respective communities in the process of music-making, composition and audio production through collaboration and performance workshops. Their art proves that borders are meaningless, transporting us to a future where the world communicates across continents and cultures, through sound and story. LESS