Eva Cortés brings together a world of cultural influence on her new album Todas las Voces.

With a Latin jazz style that’s tinged by flamenco, blues and traditional folk songs, the Honduran-Spanish singer-songwriter and composer delivers a range of originals and standards with her uniquely deep, full-bodied voice and an embrace of improvisation.

Working for the second time with producer, arranger and trombonist Doug Beavers, Cortés assembled a star-studded lineup of New York musicians for Todas las Voces, enlisting the talents of Christian McBride, Eric Harland, Elio Vilafranca, Luisito Quintero, Román Filiú and Luques Curtis.

Cortés joined us to talk about her upbringing and how it informs her perspective on music to this day.