Rosa Cedrón makes to flow all streams that shaped her singer’s life into “Entre dous mares” (Rhino | Warner, 2007). Her intimate vision about Galician poetry, the most important notes in her classical career and her novel and wonderful compositions, make this album an unique ocassion to enjoy sensitive and captivating Cedrón's voice.After a long silence Rosa Cedrón’s latest album “Nada que perder” (Warner Music, 2016) sees galician singer incorporating new sounds, just at the limit of world music borders. Neither cliches nor stereotypes could stop her from doing what she loves. The final result is an album that reflects her own sound space: an unique ocassion to enjoy sensitive and captivating Rosa’s voice.Rosa belongs to the small group of artists whose new cds are always eagerly awaited by unconditional followers. The reason is the way she’s got to balance her career, taking every collaboration in a different direction but always feeling it like her own. So, she sings folk with Luar na Lubre, jazz with Antonio Placer, flamenco with Barbería del Sur, boleros or pop with Mike Oldfield.Rosa’s expressivity, her inborn elegance and the amazing beauty of her own style caught Mike Oldfield’s attention. He asked her to colaborate in many of his performances in the most important cities of the world with the and, recently, with the Night of the Proms.Cedrón gets the aplause from the world musical critics. She never renounces to have her own vision about music that has turned her into the most Galician international voice.