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  1. Claudia Acuna Casts Her Flamenco Jazz Spell in Amsterdam; Album Review. En Este Momento by David Adler Live Review. Claudia Acuna Dazzles In Rochester, NY; Album Review. Luna by C. Michael Bailey Wind from the South by AAJ Staff Rhythm of Life by David Adler Wind from the South by David Adler Read more articles.
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  3. Her debut album, Wind from the South, was released in on Verve Records, followed by Rhythm of Life in and Luna in Acuña's first recording on the Marsalis Music label, En Este Momento, was released in
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Claudia Acuña - Wind From The South at Discogs. Complete your Claudia Acuña collection/5(6).
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  6. Find album release information for Wind from the South - Claudia Acuña on AllMusic. Find album release information for Wind from the South - Claudia Acuña on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Album Pick. Discography Browser. previous; next; Release Date April 11, Duration Genre. Latin Jazz Vocal.8/
  7. Claudia Acuna. Born in Santiago and raised in Concepcion, Acuna established herself on the Chilean jazz scene in her early 20's. Her move to New York in led to collaborations with jazz heavy-hitters like Jason Lindner, Harry Whitaker, Arturo O'Farrill and bassist Avishai Cohen, who co-produced her critically hailed debut Wind From the South.
  8. Claudia Acuña will also join César Colón-Montijo, Spanish & Portuguese presidential postdoctoral research fellow, and Gabriela Nouzeilles, Director of the Program in Latin American Studies, in a free moderated conversation in Spanish and English over the lunch hour on Wednesday, February 19, from PM in Burr Hall.

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