Beauty and talent, what more can you ask for in an artist? That is what the jazz player Julia Vari has left over, who in visiting the editorial commented that she is promoting her new single, Cruela de Vil, a song that was part of the film from Disney 101 Dalmatians.
Being an innovative artist, this new version of the song was recorded and produced in Los Angeles, California, under the arrangements of the Latin Grammy winner, Mario Santos, who has also worked with figures such as Eugenia León and Alejandro Sanz, among others.
Cruela de Vil is part of a project that focuses on Disney’s villains and was recorded in English and Spanish for further dissemination.
Exploring new genres and sounds, Julia Vari looks for her own sound and the best sample is a tribute album dedicated to Maestro Armando Manzanero and José Alfredo Jiménez.
Thanks to her nomadic life, she has been able to meet many talented people, such as pianist Alex Mercado, who has enriched her musically to be able to combine different genres and rhythms to create attractive melodies for the public.
Based in the United States, Julia said that she sees a very large growth of jazz in our country, leading her to value the Mexican talent that has emerged.
She affirms that music in general is living a total revolution, and despite the arrival of digital platforms, which certainly help a lot to make the music known, “The female voice of jazz,” as she is also known, said she prefer physical disks, as she said that “a physical book smells even different from a digital one you have on a device.” With the help of social networks, the way to promote yourself has changed completely, because through the web you can reach any corner of the world, “there are more offers and there are more opportunities for artists,” he said.
Her next presentations will be on July 19 at the Vitellos Theater in Los Angeles, a jazz festival in Newport Beach, California, and in August she will be in the capital of the State of Mexico, participating in the Toluca International Arts Festival.
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