Nayaband fills the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium with mixed music

The miscegenation and African music arrive nextOctober 6to the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium by the Senegalese musicianNayaban Jean, that gives name to the group. His third album 'Plus d'amour' is an intimate album and the most personal of his albums so far. His music is pure miscegenation by the nuance of the notes but also by the rhythm offered by the different languages ​​in which he interprets his songs. To Spanish, English and French we must add traditional African languages ​​such as Wolof and Mankagne.

Born in Senegal, he was raised among a military father who listened toBob MarleyYMiles Davidand a music-loving mother who instilled her love for all types of music. There he formed the Banor-Z group with which he became known in the Canary Islands. In this way he began his career in Spain where he founded several bands before forming his additional group Nayaband. The appearance of this band offered the musical panorama the freshness of miscegenation that comes from the origin of its leader, mixed with the heterogeneous and multicultural character of the sounds of other continent.

This artist,Aficando in the Canary Islands, is accompanied by excellent musicians, both Senegalese and Canaries with whom he often collaborates as José Carlos Cejudo on double bass or José Enrique Rodríguez on violin. The music of Nayaband surprises and excites for the amount of records it offers. Taking root black music, the band adopts sources as varied as reggae, dub, blues, jazz or African rhythms such as mbalax, soukons or beugeurebo, among others.

This concert is a co-production of the Auditorio y Teatro Foundation together with Salán Producciones, with which it has already collaborated on numerous occasions to bring quality and innovative proposals to the Canary Islands, such as the festivalEat to the Beat.

This album, as its title reflects, arrives with 'a lot of love', with the love that according to the author is needed as the salvation formula to the problems that surround us. Your first job, 'Globalization'He recorded it in 2008, and the second album' Hope 'came in 2011. In all, Nayaban talks about the great universal problems that concern man.

This concern for the world in which he lives and his solidarity, has led him to support the Barrios Orquestados project, playing a song with the children for the last album 'From the neighborhood to the moon', that this training has recorded in the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium and that they will present in concert next November 14th.

Tickets for these concerts can be purchased at the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium box office, from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and at the Pérez Galdós Theater, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., as well as through the pages web, or


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