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Soy Andina inspires Nashville bluegrass singer/composer

Lovely email from acclaimed singer/composer Judith Edelman:

Hi Mitch,

I don’t know whether you’ll remember me, but we met at Sanctuary for Yoga a while ago in Nashville. You told me about your film Soy Andina and I told you a little about my music.

I just wanted you to know that Soy Andina looks so beautiful, I can’t wait to see it! Really moving and lovely and exciting.  And that’s just the trailer!  I hope it’s progressing very, very well.

I’ve been busy with various projects, documentary music and other things. I’m working on a travel show about two women who hit a crossroads and hit the (global) road...we hope it will be real, funny and moving. You can imagine how Soy Andina rung my bell!

Again, good luck on the film - I really did love what I saw.


Looking for a peru trio to play/sing peruvian music at my home on Sat. afternoon or evening in stony point ny (rockland county. I am half peruvian (father from peru)and was born in lima. My brother is getting married the day before and we are having a post-wedding party. Many relatives from peru are coming up for the wedding and weekend. thanks.

    –  (08/25  at  04:27 PM)

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