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Siervas, the religious super-group that sings to God

2015-05-22

Siervas, which translates to Servants, is a group a consecrated people that creates music with a religious perspective. Its 11 members come from Argentina, China, the Philippines, Chile, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, and Japan.

"We have the experience of seeing the love of Jesus on the Cross, how he invites us to love. He invites us and everyone.”

They belong to the Servants of the Plan of God community. The group was created 16 years ago. Because of their diverse backgrounds, they have a unique musical style that blends violin, cello, clarinet and drums.

"The group also wants to use the power of music to wake up the desire for love in the hearts of all those who hear it.”

"From the Cross” is one of their best known songs. It discusses the nature of suffering.

The group of 11 is seeing its popularity increase throughout Latin America, as their fan base grows wherever they go.


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