Sep. Fri 28 |
23:00 | 20,00€ | BUY
ROSALÍA is very young but has been on stage for more than a decade. A connoisseur of tradition, but with a contemporary attitude and great dedication to the study of cante, she has a talent that transcends eras and genres. After the stunning success of “Los Ángeles” (2017), ROSALÍA is currently presenting her new project “El Mal Querer”, a devastating and forceful bet that mixes the different influences of the artist. For his time at the Flamenco Biennial of Seville, ROSALÍA will offer a classical repertoire that will feature many surprises, for which he will be accompanied by Joselito Acedo on guitar, Los Mellis a las palmas and Anna Colom and Claudia “La Chispa” at the choirs.
Joselito Acedo: guitar
The Mellis: palms
Anna Colom and Claudia “La Chispa”: choirs
Photography: Arale Reartes
ROSALÍA is very young but has been on stage for more than a decade. A connoisseur of tradition, but with a contemporary attitude and great dedication to the study of cante, she has a talent that transcends eras or genres.
He has collaborated with artists such as Juan Gómez “Chicuelo”, La Fura Del Baus, Miguel Poveda and Alfredo Lagos and has performed 3 consecutive years at Primavera Sound in Barcelona, one of the most important festivals in Europe, together with Rocío Márquez in the presentation of his album El Niño (Universal) with rapper C. Tangana, and in 2017 to present with Raül Refree his first album, Los Ángeles, an iconoclastic, raw and emotional album that has already become one of the reference discs, not only of the year but of the entire national scene. He just closed the Los Angeles tour at the Palau de la Música in Barcelona and after two nights at the Circo Price in Madrid.
After being nominated for the Latin Grammy, she is immersed in... +
...the recording of her new work. One of the most promising and personal voices of today’s flamenco.
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how to arrive:
Calle Crédito nº13 (Casco Antiguo).
Bus: Line 13 [Stop Calatrava-Alameda de Hércules] y Line 14 [Stop Calatrava-Alameda de Hércules].
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.