Father-daughter duo Kianí and Jerry Medina are some of the most talented and requested voices of Puerto Rico. Jerry, also a trumpeter, has spent over 40 years making music, collaborating with the likes of Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, Calle 13, and more. Singing professionally since the age of 16, Kianí is part of the group Viento de Agua and is currently performing on the Residente Tour.
"We’ll be playing around with various rhythms, mixing in local Afro-Antillean beats with blues, jazz, and salsa. I also try to always include compositions by Puerto Rican female composers such as Sylvia Rexach, who is my biggest inspiration as a woman and composer." - Kianí Medina
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