She sings what she wants. Tarantellas from Southern Italy, haunting Balkan music or a simple lullaby. And she’s equally good at them all. Time and time again, singer Maria Mazzotta leaves you bewitched. The Italian is also one of the most esteemed voices of European folk music and boasts an impressive CV: former frontwoman of the successful Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino, collaborations with Ludovico Einaudi, Bobby McFerrin, Ibrahim Maalouf and so many more, and with eighteen top albums under her belt. Mazzotta’s voice has the colour of the Mediterranean, the sultriness of the East, and the authenticity of the Balkans. A colourful jack-of-all-trades with a superb voice.