Munich, Saturday 14 May, 2022
Akademischer Gesangverein München
Re-Evolution delves into the roots of Flamenco and the freedom of improvisation. With an ensemble of extraordinary special guests, Re-Evolution explores the boundaries of experimental and traditional values, examining the universal connections between Flamenco and other genres such as Mediterranean music, Jazz, and World Music, in which the magic of dance meets poetry and music.
Guitar and string instrumentalist virtuoso and composer, Amir John Haddad (El Amir) has collaborated with other internationally-renowned artists and bands such as Jorge Pardo, Radio Tarifa, Chambao, Arcángel, Lole Montoya, Antonio Canales and Joaquin Ruiz. He has collaborated with composer Hans Zimmer on numerous occasions, both in concert and on film. Amir’s performances, compositions and collaborations have earned him recognition as one of the most outstanding contemporary musicians in Mediterranean music, as well as several prestigious international award nominations.
Pianist and composer Pablo Rubén Maldonado, creator of the series Flamenco en el Backstage in Madrid, has collaborated with renowned artists such as Rafaela Carrasco, Andrés Marín, Carmen Linares, Farruquito, Estrella Morente. among many others, as well as with Joaquín Ruiz. His several awards include the National Flamenco Hoy Award for best instrumental album, “Fuera de la Realidad”. Pablo is considered as one of the leading contemporary pianists of Famenco.
Flamenco singer José Salinas has performed in international tours throughout Japan, the US, South Africa, Canada, Europe and India, in collaboration with great Flamenco artists including Joaquin Ruiz, Belén López, Rafaela Carrasco, Carlota Santana, Miguel Ángel Espino, Concha Jareño, and El Amir, and others. He has performed in several of the most important Flamenco “tablaos” in Madrid. His first album, “Tierra de Luz”, with original compositions, is a tribute to his land (Almería) and to Flamenco.
Dancer, singer and percussionist Sabrina Romero has performed in many shows in France, Spain, and Mexico, and has collaborated with renowned Flamenco artists such as Manuela Carrasco, Carmen Linares, Cheb Kaled, Javier Latorre, Rocío Molina, and Joaquín Grillo, among others. She has created her own show and album “Syriana” and is working on a second, “Sonidos”.