Episode 1 - Puuluup (Estonia)
Streaming ON DEMAND through July 11! | FREE | REGISTER TO VIEW
Travel with us to Estonia and Finland for the first episode of our documentary series ¡Globaquerque! Sojourns as we visit with Ramo Teder and Marko Veisson, a/k/a Puuluup, one of the most delightful and original music discoveries we have come across. We will hang out, cook, longboard, shop, drink, record and more with Ramo and Marko and families and friends!
Oh! Yeah! There will be music, too!
What to get when you mix a pinch of surrealism, a bit of modern folklore, a heaping helping of talharpa revival and blend it together through effect blocks and loopers? The answer is the neo-zombie-post-folk Estonian duo Puuluup! Ramo Teder (aka Pastacas) and Marko Veisson have virtually resurrected the ancient talharpa (bowed lyre), popular in Northern Europe since the early middle ages and played on Western Estonian islands until the beginning of 20th century. But this is not an ethnomusicological romp. Puuluup directs the vibrations of the talharpa’s horsehair strings through effects, using alternative bowing and rhythm techniques. The mellow sighs of talharpa are paired with electronically amplified echoes, knocks, creaks and crackles, while still maintaining the instrument’s natural sound. And it is all presented with a unique sense of humor and originality: They play with music as they play with words, sometimes even creating their own language.
As the duo states: “We draw inspiration from Vormsi nights, trams in November, junkies in love, criminals from Odessa and Antonio Vivaldi.” Indeed.
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2022 Global Village Vendors
¡Globalquerque! is New Mexico's Annual Celebration of World Music & Culture. It takes place each September at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (1701 4th St SW, at Avenida César Chávez) in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with three stages, each with their own unique concert-going ambience.At ¡Globalquerque! you can enjoy musical performances in the intimate outdoor setting of the Fountain Courtyard, the state-of-the-art 691-seat Albuquerque Journal Theatre and outside at the expansive Plaza Mayor's festival stage. Feed your sense of exploration and curiosity with workshops, dance lessons, film, food demos and inter-activities for all ages at the free Saturday Global Fiesta daytime programming. Discover and sample artisan crafts, international food, beer, wine and more in Global Village of Crafts, Culture & Cuisine open throughout all parts of the festival.
2022 Confirmed Acts
Kiran Ahluwalia (India)
Al Bilali Soudan (Mali)
Bazurto All Stars (Colombia)
Dakha Brahka (Ukraine)
Madalitso Band (Malawi)
Making Movies (Panama/USA)
Robert Mirabal (Taos Pueblo)
Nueva Luna (New Mexico)
Bette Smith (USA)
Vox Sambou (Haiti)
Son Rompe Pera (México)
Adrian Wall Trio (Jemez Pueblo/Diné)
Gili Yalo (Ethiopia)
Yamma Ensemble (Israel)
plus a special ¡Globalquerque! / Chamber Music America commissioned cross-genre performance featuring
ARKAI with members of
Nosotros and Nohe & Sus Santos
Andre Lacerda (KUNM) | Mel Minter (Musically Speaking/ABQ The Magazine)
Teresa Robinson (New Mexico Entertainment Magazine/TV)
Michael Hess (KUNM) | Catalina Maria Johnson (Beat Latino/Chicago Public Media)
Melissa Sanchez (Emergence Productions/Intertribal Ceremonial Office, New Mexico)
Plus Artist Workshops, Panels, Interviews & Presentations, International Dance Lessons, Film, Food Demos, Interactive Activities, and The Global Village of Craft, Culture & Cuisine
We are so excited to be gathering together in person, once again, for ¡Globalquerque!. We understand that a crowded event such as this may bring on new and uncertain responses, and we are taking all the necessary precautions to help keep everyone as safe as possible.
You may have heard that a full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is required to attend ¡Globalquerque! this year. Attendees who are not fully vaccinated will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result within 48 of attending the festival.
We are pleased to partner with Curative, an essential COVID-19 health services provider who has been a leader in COVID-19 response throughout the pandemic. For your convenience, you may book a no-cost COVID-19 testing appointment on Curative’s website HERE. Curative will also be ONSITE at ¡Globalquerque! to offer rapid testing!
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always our highest priority.
We appreciate you understanding and cooperation.
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Theresa Laferriere's fused glass is a unique as the artist herself. Melting glass, cutting glass and creating mosaics and kaleidoscopes is what it is all about for her. In Theresa's words: "I continue to pursue creativity as a reason for living. Because of this I am constantly given creative impetus. This is a good thing."
Glass is a substance made of sand, charcoal, and soda ash. For some glass other substances such as quartz or flint are used. Glass is fluid at high temperatures, and passes to a solid condition when cooled. Metallic oxides are used to color glass. Glass is unique in its ability to provide for essential human needs as well as delight, intriguing the viewer with light as it is carried through glass.
I was excited to be selected as the 2022 Official Poster Artist for ¡Globalquerque!
New Mexico's 18th Annual Celebration of World Music & Culture held Albuquerque, NM. I wanted to create a visual explosion that captures the dynamic intersection of music and culture that represents the ¡Globalquerque experience!. It was a challenge to represent so many different kinds of people without excluding any groups, so I settled on the idea of using animals. I’ve selected one endangered species from each of the seven continents playing seven different instruments. The coyotes dancing in the foreground represent New Mexico and the ¡Globalquerque! audience. I took special notice to represent the Ukrainian struggle with the traditional Ukrainian kobza, (part of the lute family, with 4 gut-strings and a body hewn from a single block of wood) in the center of the image.
North America | Accordion | American Bison
South America | Cymbals | Wooly Monkey
Europe | Kobza Guitar | Barbary Sheep
Africa | Congos | Grevy’s Zebra
Australia | Harmonica | Koala
Antarctica | Maracas | N. Rockhop. Penguin
Asia | Sax | Amur Tiger
Sean's original piece is entitled "Los Animales Nocturnos"