Isabel Quintero Gonzalo Córdova

An actor and a musician collaborate on a project to create

Quintero-Córdova Music


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, accordionflute and percussion. 

Photo of
Oscar Quintero
circa 1960

Isabel Quintero and Gonzalo Cordova
Nuestro Adios - La Osa Menor / Quintero-Cordova
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Nocturno y Desesperacion - La Osa Menor / Quintero-Cordova
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Video for Ella La Inmortal  2020

Performing at Steppenwolf's Cabaret  Theater 2019 

Available on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon, iMusica,
YouTube Music, iHeartRadio 
or you can purchase the CD directly by sending us an email.

Isabel Quintero and Gonzalo Cordova back cover of CD La Osa Menor

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.

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