Born: October 19 Primary Instrument: Vocalist
Rosa Ena Campos was born in the lush volcanic Canary Island of Tenerife. She began her musical journey by studying classical clarinet, and later channeled her passion into improvisational singing focusing on Jazz, Bossa Nova, and indian music. She recorded THE MOON IN ME, a CD that interprets Carlos Antonio Jobim classics in her unique versatile style and includes original compositions that fuse scat, konnakol (South Indian improvisation), and flamenco. Recently she recorded SONOROUS SILENCE an album that includes a series of powerful Vedic Chants sung improvisationally.
Another facet of Rosa Ena’s passion is her love of Zen which she considers the “Jazz” of spirituality. She practiced Zazen meditation for years and specializes in the art of Haiku, a powerful “improvisational” tool for spiritual integration and Enlightenment. She developed an innovative system to help others transform life into a poetic adventure by living each moment as a “paperless” Haiku. She shares this process in her book PAPERLESS HAIKUS. ...
The Moon in Me (REC/Monkey Mind Records, 2011)
Tracks: The Flamenca Weeper; Throw it Away; Dindi; Modinha; Corcovado; How Insensitive; O Pato; Retrato em Branco e Preto; Con-Fusion.
Personnel: Rosa Ena Campos: Voice; Polo Ortí: Piano; Luismo Valladares: Bass; Javier Pérez: Percussion.
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