Lorenza chante « La Beauty »
Singer, author, composer, visual artist, Lorenza is a committed artist.
Italian-born by her mother and Spanish by her father, she infuses her European heritage through regular exchanges with the various members of the Navajo Nation, whom she met 16 years agao.
Initiated with traditional songs and strong benevolence of Hataalis, “The Medicine Men” Lorenza brings us what she learned from her family in the desert of Arizona, land of welcome, strength and openness. She now lives between the United States and France her home country. She is bored by political or artistic. She has worked as a representative of the Navajo people with the Foundation of the Peoples of the World Deserts, UNESCO, around intercultural encounters.
Lorenza takes us into the deep history of the Dineh, which means “the people” in the Navajo language. Arrangements, blues notes, the American West folk mingle with the rhythms of the drum and tribal chants of her singing. The kind lady tells the story of a people who places the Beauty in the heart of there philosophy.
With “The Beauty” it is more than a book-CD that the artist offers us. In eleven tracks inspired by Navajo chants, the mother of two children conveys her life force and allows us to live better “with beautiful inside.”