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Lole Montoya y José Miguel Évora LA SOLEDAD COMPARTIDA Sep. Sat 08 | 23:00 | 20,00€ | BUY

In an intimate atmosphere we discover the inimitable voice of Triana singer Lole Montoya and the subtle piano of composer and music producer José Miguel Évora, a pair that delicately evokes a symphony full of nuances on the themes of the singer’s repertoire. A unique event full of sensations for a reduced audience in the most exclusive environment. Évora’s keys pamper every sound that Lole’s throat emits, creating propitious melodies to feed the spectator’s sensations. Emotion and belief of being breathing art in an incomparable and singular setting, nuances forged by the universality of music; Knowledge and courage to face flamenco like that, almost always unpredictable, almost always magical.

SETLIST
1. “Ojalá que te vaya bonito”
2. “Barcón”
3. “Poema de amor”
4. “Cantaba la mar”
5. “A calor de la manta”
6. “Un cuento para mi niño”
7. “La masa”
8. “Todo es de color”

ARTISTIC DETAILS

Cante: Lole Montoya

Piano: José Miguel Évora

Lole Montoya

Dolores Montoya Rodríguez, daughter of Juan Montoya, bailaor, and Antonia Rodríguez “La Negra”, singer and dancer born in Oran (Algeria). Thanks in part to the fact that her family was “one of the most intense and compact groups in the world of flamenco”, Lole could have the privilege of growing up since very small in prestigious tablaos such as Los Gallos (Seville) or Las Brujas (Madrid).

Lole came, as a teenager, to share the stage with people of the stature of Perla de Triana or Camarón de la Isla, this last intimate friend of Lole and Manuel, in 1994 they would dedicate a song entitled Arriba el Cielo.

The beginning of the discography of the couple took place in 1975 with the edition of the disc New Day (Movieplay), a surprising success that allowed them to be favored by the public from the beginning.

Success that would continue during the following eight years with the successive edition of works: Pasaje del Agua (CBS, 1976), Lole and Manuel (CBS, 1977), Al Alba with Alegría... +

José Miguel Évora

He says he perceives a “visit” when he creates; and that every day he tries to compose not only music: thoughts, sensations, instants … He feels that he serves what he did when he notices as if dictated, because then a fluid guides his hands through those giant teeth of the keys of a piano. In that effort everything influences: volumes and colors, and even the furniture that surrounds him. He dismantled the puzzle of the classics piece by piece, like the engine of a car, and put the pieces together again to reveal all the secrets to the most beautiful melodies. That gave him a certain dreamy aspect, like Harry Potter, an expert in musical magic for artists such as Camarón, Enrique Morente, José Mercé, Miguel Poveda and Rocio Jurado among many others. He never made the account of the Gold and Platinum records obtained, which did not hang from his walls. He made subjects that for more than thirty-three consecutive weeks were number one in the sale lists... +

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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.