Ananta Roosens

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18.08.16 – about ‘la sieste du dromadaire’ trio – bruzz.be

 

 

 

 

 

 

“music often challenging in an enjoyable way… from with us and with the best from all different places.”
April 2014 –  review ‘tango from a dromedary point of view’ by ‘la sieste du dromadaire’ (dutch). [Koen De Meester] dewereldmorgen.be

 

 

02.02.14 – ‘la sieste du dromadaire’ (dutch) – internetgazet.be

 

 

 

 

 

“And if there existed an award for originality, then they should receive it for both their musicality and graphic design…”
January 2014 –  review ‘tango from a dromedary point of view’ by ‘la sieste du dromadaire’ (dutch). [Marcie] rootstime.be

 

“On their debut, they achieved to bring Buenos Aires closer to Bamako”
November 2013 –  review ‘tango from a dromedary point of view’ by ‘la sieste du dromadaire’ (dutch). [Jan Buelinckx] Mondiaal Nieuws

 

“Where the tango ends, starts the music of La Sieste Du Dromadaire”
“An album exceeding in originality and even more exciting than the Tango Nuevo!”
November 2013 –  review ‘tango from a dromedary point of view’ by ‘la sieste du dromadaire’ (dutch & english)). [Mattie Poels] musicframes.nl

 

“In the running for the most beautiful CD cover of 2013”
“For experimental and adventurous souls”

November 2013 –  review ‘tango from a dromedary point of view’ by ‘la sieste du dromadaire’ (dutch). [Tim Ianna] tropicalidad.be

 

 

 

05.10.13 – ‘tango with a hump’ (dutch) interview with Benjamin Tollet, Brussel Deze Week – brusselnieuws.be

 

 

 

 

 

 

“… But what is tango without violent strings and it was the unsung Ananta Roosens on violin (and trumpet) who kept the hall on the edge as she switched effortlessly between sinister and seductive.”
22.03.11 – Gotan Project concert [Daryl Goh from The Star, Kuala Lumpur, Malasia]

 

‘… Pianist Lalo Zanelli was on a raised stage at the rear along with multi-instrumentalist Ananta Roosens at the opposite end interchanging violin and trumpet for many impressive highlights throughout the set… “
10.12.10 – Gotan Project concert [fasterlouder, Adelaide, Australia]

 

“… the strings however have been replaced by the impressive Ananta Roosens who switches effortlessly between violin and brass.”
october 2010 – Gotan Project concert ‘Terminal 5’ [Beggars Group USA, New York]

 

 

 

16.12.12 interview (spanish) [Oscar Ramos, Buenos Aires] – historiasysentidos.blogspot.be