‘SinfónicAs’ arrives at the Agüimes Auditorium after its resounding success at the Alfredo Kraus

With all the seats sold, SinfónicAs became a true show of music, voices, lights and sound that made the audience at the Alfredo Kraus vibrate for almost two hours of performance. Moneiba Hidalgo, Marieme Abdouyale, Almudena Hernández and Dunia Santana were indisputably the soul of a unique musical evening and, together with the classical music orchestral group, they offered a delicious repertoire that recalled authentic icons of female music of the last century.

SinfónicAs is more than a musical show. It is a journey through the history of music in a female key that invites you to travel through endless musical styles: from the soul of Aretha Franklin or Nina Simone to the salsa rhythm of the incombustible Celia Cruz, including a special nod to Spanish song of such relevant artists as Rocío Jurado, Pastora Soler or the Canarian Rosana.


The four young soloists, who have shared the same stage at the Alfredo Kraus for the first time, will once again share with the public the experience of singing accompanied by an orchestral group of almost 30 musicians, this time at the Agüimes Auditorium.

In addition, it will be a musical evening masterfully conducted by the stage direction of Nacho Cabrera, the musical direction of Luis Montesdeoca and the arrangements of the composers Eduardo Purriños, Manuel Estupiñán, Carlos Vega and Josué Santana. In addition, the show promises a careful and elegant lighting created for the occasion, which will visually transport us to the environments that have served as inspiration for each song and melody.


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