Interview: Florencia Núñez, the artist who “wants to sing” to Uruguay’s picturesque landscape

In the midst of a pandemic that has devastated the world of culture, the singer-songwriter maintains hope that "there can really be a cultural explosion after this", even though she is aware of the economic difficulties of the general public.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Picturesque villages half-buried in huge dunes, palm trees along the road leading to southern Brazil, or fishermen fishing by the light of lanterns in the lagoon and the ocean, are typical images of Rocha, one of the most beautiful and most visited Uruguayan destinations by national and foreign tourists.

That horizon is also forged by the sensory memory of its people, who remember the music and poems they grew up with and which are hardly known in the rest of the country, much less by those who visit the department (province) from outside Uruguay.

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