Music in the Park José Antonio Ramos returns to the auditorium, in Doramas Park, next Sunday, August 25, starting at 12 noon, with the alternative Latin music of THE LADY. Four women artists from Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela and the United States will play their traditional instruments in this cycle of morning concerts, free admission.
THE LADY it's a group of four women, Lara Klaus, Daniela Serna, Mafer Bandola Y Sara Lucas, from different countries and cultures that unite diverse fused sonorities: soul, pop, Colombian cumbia, Brazilian maracatu and Venezuelan joropo, building a modern sound created by them, Pan-latinx. The band takes advantage of the music of their respective countries of origin using traditional and non-traditional instruments but with a modern twist to produce alternative Latin music.
Since its record debut, in September 2017, the project has been growing to be number one in sales at ITunes & Amazon in the Alternative Latin album section, "helping to build communities and empower women and youth through the music ", according to themselves they affirm in their social networks.
They land at Doramas Park after a European summer tour that has led them to share their multicultural music through Luxembourg, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
THE LADY It is the eighth appointment of the morning Music in the Park cycle organized by the Department of Culture of the City of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and produces amilometers.
By the auditorium José Antonio Ramos of the Doramas park have passed, since the morning concert program began last December, the Ivorian singer Dobet Gnahoré, the former singer of Ojos de brujo, Marinahthe Scottish Julie Fowlis, the Moroccan franc band Aywa, the French Haitian singer Moonlight Benjamin, the Cuban singer and songwriter Eme Alfonso and the flamenco jazz of the Catalans The aurora.
The usual Sunday folkloric performance of the Doramas moves on this occasion to the Municipal Trail, which is celebrated on the Rambla de Juan Rodríguez Doreste