Guitarist Miguel Fernandez repeats in concert “KarHabana Express” project in “Noches de Rambla” with a new repertoire full of contamination of candombe, milonga & chacarera from Argentina, Cuban son, arriving in Spain with new trends of flamenco and rumba català in an imaginary trip of cantes “de ida y vuelta” between old and new continent.
Miguel Fernandez – flamenco guitar
Simone Medori – cante, rythm guitar
Gabriele Gagliarini – cajon, percussion
On February 4 at 09.00 p.m at Restaurant-Tablao Don Pepe, Lungomare Paolo Toscanelli, 125 Ostia Lido,Rome-Italy.
With the evocative sunsets on the island of Ustica, during the AcUstica International Festival 2016 organized by the Red placed near the lighthouse at Punta Cavazzi, it has been presented the musical project of Miguel Fernandez (flamenco concert guitar) and Chiara Friselli (singing and bodrum) with ‘special guest’ Massimiliano Riso on ethnic percussion. From 31 July to 2 August, the Ensemble performed in concert a rich and original repertoire of Argentine tango, milonga , chacarera, candombe from the Rio de la Plata, traditional South American folklore of great authors, Son Cubano and pieces of modern flamenco and arab-andalusian of high virtuosity. All unpublished musical arrangements full of intense contamination have had great acceptance of the audience gathered for the occasion.
Argentine guitarist Miguel Fernandez presents in concert at Tablao Don Pepe the new project “KarHabana Express” in “Noches de Rambla”, a musical journey that collects contamination from the old to the new continent with a new language of music, songs and dance.
It will be an unforgettable evening, with a dream dinner and live music performed by Miguel Fernandez and his group performing “PASION GITANA” with the repertoire of the famous Gipsy Kings at La Terrazza Restaurant in Rieti, which presents a menu of unique New Year’s Eve not to be missed.
As a child somebody in family gave me a book with large, colorful drawings of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
I stayed in the memory one full page of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
They were built in the 6th century BC during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II for his beloved wife Amytis who was daughter of the king of the Medes, to remember her the flowery mountains of his land, very different from the vast plains of Babylon.
These fell in the form of large terraces, had a wonderful and rich vegetation, and were located next to the palace of the King, by the river Euphrates. The common people had no access to these gardens but could admire them from outside the walls. From the highest terraces descended water irrigating the lower levels. How this enormous amount of water came up and transported from the river, fed all the terraces in a complex irrigation system is the result of the most contrasting theories.
Recently in the river, bare walls 25 meters thick could be staggered in terraces, as described by the Greek references. However, there is no evidence of this, on the numerous Babylonian documents of that period. Fruit of the fantasy or actually existed?
On my piece Gardens of Babylon from the Otras Tierras musical project I try to color with my guitar these wonderful gardens and reflect the chaotic life of the city of Babylon (Babel of biblical texts) of that time.