Isabel Quintero & Gonzalo Córdova
An actor and a musician collaborate on a project to create
La Osa Menor Album is a fusion of Colombian and Latin American rhythms featuring lyrics in Spanish from
a romantic 1950s poet.
Acoustic guitar accompanies the female vocals
provided by the poet's daughter, along with
a touch of harp, accordion, flute and percussion.
Video for Ella La Inmortal 2020
Performing at Steppenwolf's Cabaret Theater 2019
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Oscar Quintero, born in Cali, Colombia in 1930,
was a poet, actor, radio announcer and entrepreneur.
The poems interpreted in La Osa Menor
by his youngest daughter Isabel Quintero with partner
Gonzalo Córdova, are a small part of his collection written during the years 1952-1956.
Ten of these rediscovered poems appear on La Osa Menor,
along with Dime Pronto Mujer, a song the poet wrote and composed for his wife.
Isabel Quintero is a bilingual stage, film, television and voice actor. Gonzalo Córdova is a Latin American singer and guitarist. Both are currently based in Chicago.