Issue - April 2008



April 2008
Editorial

In this month's issue, read about how Yalo Cuellar began his career; experience and taste traditional family dishes with one of Cochabamba's families; Heather Dieguez tells us about Energética; Walter Sánchez and Luis Fernando Terrazas come back to us with yet more interesting tales of Cochabamba...read more...

April 2008

Editorial

In this month’s issue, read about how Yalo Cuellar began his career; experience and taste traditional family dishes with one of Cochabamba´s families; Heather Dieguez tells us about Energética; Walter Sánchez and Luis Fernando Terrazas come back to us with yet more interesting tales of Cochabamba.

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Ximena Noya
Editor

Yalo Cuellar - Portrait

Yalo Cuellar has been a powerful player of and influence on Bolivian folk music since the beginning of his career. He was born in Yacuiba, Bolivia, in 1963. Winner of multiple awards and distinctions, Cuellar (born Sadi Jorge Cuellar Marie) has released ten albums over his long career and is currently promoting his most recent CD Francocantador...

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