With her mixed cultural background, it is no surprise that Yael Horwitz ended up setting her artistic sights on something from beyond our geographical borders. She grew up in Jerusalem in a Spanish-speaking home, with an Argentinean father and a French mother. Today, 35-year-old Horwitz dedicates much of her time and energy to singing flamenco-based music and has just put out her first album, Latido, which will form the basis for her two upcoming concerts in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.“My parents came on aliya separately, while their families stayed on in France and South America,” says Horwitz. “You could say I grew up with a range of cultures, and I have seen something of the world.”That certainly comes across in Latido, which was produced by Horwitz’s husband, Eran, who plays Spanish bass guitar on the recording. Fittingly for a debut release, Horwitz has managed to fit all her cross-cultural baggage into the package. While all the music is of the Spanish variety, the lyrics flit easily between Spanish, French and Hebrew, with most numbers including two languages.