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Two styles go hand in hand in the flamenco temple during the first gala (03/08/2018)

He raised the curtain of the first day Miguel Ortega, only, austere without more accompaniment than chairs and his guitarist.

The singer began his show with a miner that cante that gave him the fame "I have returned as I was" said the cantaor to the audience.

The Mining Lamp of the golden wedding of the International Festival of Cante de las Minas went from that memory of his glory in 2010 to a joy and made a review of the purest and most emblematic flamenco sticks bulerías, tientos, soleas, tarantos or seguiriyas they left Miguel Ortega's throat with their own style.

The Sevillian away from any other element showed a deep flamenco, with feeling and broken.

An approach to the purity and race that has made him be a different cantaor, different from the rest.

His image filled with respect and flamenco to an audience that was delivered in each of the clubs offered by the Sevillian in his more than sixty minutes of action.

The final bulerías dazzled the audience that appreciated the delivery of Ortega with a thunderous ovation in the Old Public Market.

ONE DIANA NAVARRO FLAMENCA

Diana Navarro brought to La Unión her work "Resiliencia", the malacitana, visibly moved to face the Cathedral of Cante, once again demonstrated those sweet and velvety notes that caress her voice in every note she exhales.

Navarro has become one of the most important and original voices of our country.

Without forgetting his roots of Copla, Flamenco, Saeta, Zarzuela or Lyric, he has seasoned them with a touch of pop and electronica and endless nuances.

The malagueña had a nod to the Old Public Market.

In the last issues that he dedicated to the respected union, Diana Navarro stripped Diana Navarro and transformed herself into that singer who always wanted to take a selective test of the biggest flamenco festival but did not dare.

Accompanied by Antonio Campos singing and Juan Antonio Suárez on guitar showed strength and maturity to start by taranta.

He followed with Pencho Cros miners "in a show of respect for the figure of Pencho Cros, a cantaor that I admire" he confessed to the courtyard of the Cathedral of Cante.

He continued with bulerías and closed with a fandango in this approach to flamenco that the audience thanked with cheers.

He finished the one in Málaga with a review of some of his lifelong themes.

The public unionense that has seen on these tables the most consecrated figures and the young values ​​that has arrived at the stardom thanked, with a long and sonorous ovation, the effort and the gesture of Navarro that had to greet the assistants in several occasions.

Source: Agencias

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