"FROM LOCAL TO UNIVERSAL", CONCERT TO CELEBRATE THE DAY OF ANDALUSIA
Culture presents the concert that will gather in Santa Maria for soprano tarifeña, Mariluz Roman and guitar teacher Jaume Rico
Popular music teachers treated by Manuel Falla and Federico García Lorca focuses the concert next Friday offers Tarifa Roman and Mariluz soprano soloist and guitar teacher at the Conservatory "Manuel de Falla", Jaume Rico. The quote comes from the hand of the area of culture that seeks to stimulate the agenda of Andalusia Day with the promotion of local interpreters.
"From the local to the universal" brings together pieces from the popular songbook that inspired turn to Federico Garcia Lorca and Manuel de Falla, two universal Andalusians who reinterpreted its origins. The recital is an express invitation to know the creative relationship, friendship that developed between the two artists after their meeting in Granada in 1920. They connected the Andalusian musical art with art “universal”. They reconciled new aesthetic trends with the most popular ways. Hence the title of the concert "From the local to the universal". So I explained the soprano tarifeña, member for months of the Opera Choir of Malaga.
On the appointment next Thursday will ring twelve old Spanish songs, collected and harmonized by Federico García Lorca. It is the case of "Anda jaleo", "The four mules", "The three sheets" or "The young men of Monleón", among others. Manuel de Falla seven themes will be interpreted as "The moruno cloth", "Seguidilla murciana" or "Nana".
Other national author, Joaquín Rodrigo recover three Spanish songs; "In Jerez de la Frontera", "Adela" and "De Ronda".
Since the area of Culture, Francisco Teran pointed to the opportunity to enhance the work of local artists ephemeris and events that stimulate the municipal agenda. “Culture does not want to miss the linked agenda celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the Andalusian referendum and has scheduled a concert resulting in the work of universal Andalusian. And our commitment is to give visibility to the great local talent we have. Performers and local artists collaborate in stimulating an agenda that seeks to reflect a municipality richer, which features the work of all ".
Mayor also, Francisco Ruiz today welcomed the willingness of local authors and performers as Mariluz Roman participate in the municipal agenda promoted from different areas.
Ruiz Giráldez highlighted the suitability of a musical theme that will remember the Day of Andalusia and showing the universality of Andalusian traditions and identity. Thursday's appointment is part of a municipal program that wants to highlight the fortieth anniversary of the referendum on the 28 February in Andalusia.
The concert "From the local to the universal" will be on Thursday, 27 February at Santa Maria from the 20:30 hours with free entry.