Las Palmas de Gran Canaria receives next May 2 one of the biggest musical and audiovisual shows of the moment. The Alfredo Kraus Auditorium It will be the scene of The Bowie Collective, a tribute to the iconic David Bowie on an exciting journey through his entire career, passing through each and every era of the versatile artist.
The Bowie Collective arrives in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria from the hand of Salan Producciones as the only performance in all of Spain, after having triumphed in countries such as the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom.
On stage, eight musicians and five actors in the midst of an incredible audiovisual show of lights, projections and mobile structures that recreate the Bowie universe.
And in the midst of all, the actor and singer who plays the British, the amazing Steve Evans, who manages to transport us with his gestures and his voice to the time of the mythical Space Oddity, to the extravagance of Starman or at the unforgettable eighties rhythm of Let's dance.
The idea of a montage like this arises precisely as a result of Bowie's death in 2016. "I would never have considered doing this if David were still with us," said Evans himself, who explained that, after speaking with all the members of the band, they decided that it was necessary to continue maintaining that "strange fascination" of the "Chameleon of Rock".
And that was precisely the result, an impressive mix of visual magic and rock and roll majesty that surprised them themselves and leaves no one indifferent. Two hours of live music that recreate his performances in detail, and that will evoke the most fanatical followers of the English genius the best of his five decades of career.
The intention of The Bowie Collective is none other than to make us live a live concert by Starman himself, through a complete and fascinating multimedia show with which both his most faithful followers and those who are approaching his universe for the first time , they will be able to celebrate the irreplaceable talent of David Bowie.
"He constantly toyed with his own songs and you never knew what version of a song he could get," said Evans. And that's what they do, playing with his music, his iconography, the magic of each of the artist's stages, which made him one of the most influential musicians in history.
"There are two things to remember: that every moment has been made with love and that everything works with alien technology," said the soloist proudly. "We continue the Starman's work." And the public of the islands has the unique opportunity to enjoy it live. The appointment will be in the Symphony Hall of the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium, next May 2 from 9:00 p.m.