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Bolita Big Band CAÓTICO. BOLITA BIG BAND Sep. Thu 20 | 23:00 | 20,00€ | BUY

“[Starting at the end]
… life and death, wakefulness and sleep, love and hate, order and chaos … Concepts that need each other, and that likewise perish. For one does not exist without the other, and in turn implies its disappearance. That is the paradigm of the opposite, since every principle requires a previous end, and vice versa.
Only what is already created is destroyed, and only what does not exist can be created. Having this paradox as a principle, or final, this show is conceived where the perfect melodic syntax arises from the harmonic imbalance, where the rhythmic beauty of a single and homogeneous sound has as germ the heterogeneity of rhythms, sounds and instruments.
[Finishing at the beginning] ”
Chaotic represents the meticulous and minute disorder in which it was conceived, and is synonymous with the perfect and methodical synchronicity of each and every one of its components. A show that is a living organism, a mixture of
cells of diverse nature unified in a whole. Chaotic, a point and followed after a period and end … “

ARTISTIC DETAILS

Music:

Original composition: José Quevedo “Bolita”

Musical arrangements: José Carra

The Flamingos:

José Quevedo “Bolita” (Guitar)

Paquito González (Percussion)

Pablo Martín Caminero (Double Bass)

Miguel Soto “El Londro” (Sing and palmas)

Carlos Grilo (Palmas)

The Big Band:

Tete Leal (Saxo)

Enrique Oliver (Saxo)

Latino Blanco (Saxo)

Voro García (Trumpet)

Fede Crespo (Trumpet)

Pepe Zaragoza (Trumpet)

Toni Belenguer (Trombone)

Víctor Colomer (Trombone)

Technique and office:

Technical Direction and Lights: Félix Vázquez

Sound Technician: Fali Pipio

Production: José Carlos de Isla

Road Manager: Manuel J. Rodríguez

Communication: Paco Ortiz

Guest artists confirmed:

Argentina (Cante)

Bolita Big Band

He began playing at age 14 with maestros such as José Ángel Lupión, Manuel Lozano “El Carbonero” and José Luis Balao. When he was 19 he moved to Madrid and started playing for dancers such as Joaquin Grilo, Manuela Carrasco, La Yerbabuena, Antonio Canales, Sara Baras, Rafael de Carmen, Belén Fernández, Tati, Beatriz Martín, Javier Barón, Juan Ramírez … as for singers … El Indio Gitano, Ramón El Portugués, Esperanza Fernandez, El Pele,

Arcángel, Miguel Poveda, Marina Heredia, Carmen Linares or Capullo de Jerez.
With his instrumental group UHF (Ultra High Flamenco), along with Paquito González, Alexis Lefevre and Pablo Martín Caminero released two albums: UHF (2007) and Bipolar (2011).
As a guitarist and producer composer he has worked in Argentina (2006), Las Minas de Egipto (2009), Un Viaje por el Cante (2012), Sinergia (2015) and La vida del artista (2017) by the Huelva-born cantaora Argentina, La voz del agua (2007), Marina (2010) and A mi Tempo (2013) by Marina Heredia, My first Cantes (2011) by the young cantaor Kiko Peña,... +

Café Alameda + info and programming
how to arrive:

Dirección:

Calle Crédito nº13 (Casco Antiguo).

Medio: Bus: Line 13 [Stop Calatrava-Alameda de Hércules] y Line 14 [Stop Calatrava-Alameda de Hércules].

Indicación: Alameda Theater Municipal scenic space managed by the Institute of Culture and Arts of Seville (ICAS), which is a reference point for the exhibition of children, youth and family theater. Today represents the only space in Andalusia with programming mainly aimed at children. It is located in a building rehabilitated in the mid-80s by the City of Seville. The ship, former workshops of the Maraver Foundry, was adapted for cultural use in 1987. The industrial building was recovered as a scenic space after a work by the architect Ignacio de la Peña Muñoz. In 1992 and 1996 some reforms were also undertaken. It is a set of four naves (one has disappeared) aligned along Calatrava Street.