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OME means “two” in the Aztec language called Nahuatl.
Formed and founded by Mexican-American soprano Paola Treviño Todd and Mexican tenor Rodrigo Garcia, OME more than a duo, is a concept; a world, an experience.
Inspired by the myths and legends of the Aztec civilization, OME combines operatic, ethnic and ethereal voices, with unusual vocal harmonies, electronic sounds, Pre-Hispanic instruments (ocarinas, huehuetl, atecocolli, flutes, teponaztli) and orchestral elements more commonly associated with film music.
Composers, producers, writers, storytellers and singer/songwriters Paola and Rodrigo, have been in music for over 25 years. Met in the year 2000, married in 2001 in their hometown Mexico City, and gave birth to OME in 2007. Their love for history, knowledge, stories, music and ancient civilizations, ignited the flame inside them to create a mystical world where past and present would come together allowing them to coexist in perfect harmony within the same space.
Having worked closely with Pre-Hispanic instruments prior to the creation of OME, mesmerized by the hidden dark and uplifting tales of their culture, the concept of duality, and the sounds of their beloved ancient Mexico, they embarked on a journey of self-discovery and exploration with OME, where every note and every story is a
In Aztec Myths & Legends: A Narrated Concert by OME, the music progresses along with the story as if it were a soundtrack; and whether the listener knows how each myth and legend goes or not, the lack of lyrics in the voices makes it easy to feel the music and let the mind wander.
OME’s epic music celebrates the greatness of ancient cultures and civilizations taken softly by the hand of powerful sounds and enchanting melodies into the modern world. A fusion of old and new where history reinvents itself everyday.
Welcome to OME World. A World Without Limits.