Rosario La Tremendita
Sep. Mon 10 |
23:00 | 20,00€ | BUY
The force speaks to us of the combat that we take daily against the laws of a society that imposes its feigned happiness and its materialistic dream. Against a world of “gold and boasting”, against labels, against virtual ties, against laziness that makes us ignore each other, strength is that illusion of tearing down those fictitious walls to look at us once and for all face, body to body, and face the truth. The strength is to breathe when reality overwhelms you, is to surrender when everything is bought, is to risk when only security is worth. The force is a woman who sings not to let the ideas die, an instinct of self-improvement that she carries inside as a last resort against the hatred of cowards.
Artistic direction: Andrés Marín
Musical direction: Rosario La Tremendita, Andrés Marín
Musical production: Rosario La Tremendita, Daniel Suarez, Pablo Martín Jones
Texts: Laurent Berger
Rosario La Tremendita: voice, electric bass, guitar
Daniel Suárez: battery, electronics
Pablo Martín Jones: drums
Rosario La Tremendita
Rosario Guerrero (Triana, 1984), Tremendita. Flamenca by tradition, author by
vocation, artist for love. The jondo is congenital. The restlessness, acquired.
Great-granddaughter of Enriqueta La Pescaera, niece granddaughter of La Gandinga de Triana and daughter of
José El Tremendo, Rosario caught the cante on the fly and was releasing her as a child at parties and clubs. Even then, her goal was to be a cantaora and, above all, a cantaora “de alante”.
Therefore, the known was not enough. He thought it necessary to explore in depth that
expressive matter and expand it. Thus, he researches in cante while doing studies
of solfege and piano. As you grow in knowledge you record your name in the
most important competitions (Nacional de Córdoba, Antonio Mairena, La Unión), and puts
his sense of sincerity in the service of the most outstanding of the dance (Belén Maya, Rocío Molina,
Rafaela Carrasco, Andrés Marín). Singing for dancing was another subject in his
career and passed it with a note.
In 2008, after six years... +
...of collaborations with dance companies, Rosario decides
definitely capitalize as an artist: invest in yourself as a soloist. This
In this way, her most creative facet appears: that of composer.
He has directed shows and has added his talent to the creativity of artists like
Rocío Molina, Mohamed Motamedi or Javier Ruibal. His first album (“A tiempo”,
2010), was his first great challenge.
His second work “Fatum”, was recorded in 2012, and nominated in the 15th edition of
the Latin Grammy Awards as the best flamenco music album along with
Paco de Lucía and Enrique Morente.
“Qasida” is their third album. A live concert with the Iranian singer Mohamed
Motamedi where Rosario also takes care of the musical direction creating a
sound space and a dialogue between two cultures. An approach between flamenco and
music and Persian poetry. International collaboration project initiated by the Biennial
of Flamenco of the Netherlands.
He is currently about to release his fourth album, “Delirium Tremens”.
In this project, he goes a step further in his research interest, exposing cante
flamenco to new environments, both sonorous and harmonic, as well as
representation. In this artistic action, La Tremendita proposes an audiovisual format
where attendees participate in the recording, but not as spectators, but rather as
Active form integrated in the action. It’s not about the recital, but about an authentic one
recording session. Musicians and assistants integrated throughout the artistic process.
“Delirium Tremens” is a living, unique and unprecedented project in the history of the
Flemish. As guest artists will also be Estrella Morente and Josem Carmona.
In addition, she is co-creator of the show “Cantahora”, together with Gema Caballero, in
the one that the two artists are shown without more company than the multiple instruments:
guitar, electric bass, drawer and rattles, with a careful staging – sober
It is also part of the new project of dancer and choreographer Andrés Marín,
A show where, venerating tradition, sow disorder and shake dogmas
and certainties to make your art have a new light. Together they reinvent a flamenco
hybrid and carnal, sonorous and provocative.