La Seca Espai Brossa acull un concert teatralitzat que fa un recorregut per la cançó francesa
Madness, fragility, trembling, revolution, surrealism, lewdness, love, melancholy, freedom, memory, rupture and longing: La Bohèmia is all of that and much more. This dramatised concert can be seen at La Seca Espai Brossa from 8 to 31 January.
The concert, starring Xuel Díaz, Úrsula Garrido, Víctor Vela and musicians Manel López and Víctor Vela, is, at the same time, a humble tribute to the finest examples of Chançon Française and a selection of songs that will be familiar to many by Léo Ferré, Edith Piaf, Georges Moustaki, Jacques Brel and Charles Aznavour, among others. Through these classic songs, the company aims to offer an insight into an era, a type of music and a French bohemian lifestyle that still inspires us today.
Agustí Humet, a man from the worlds of drama and music, has also directed works like Postres de Nadal atTeatre Alegria and Cançons d'amor i de guerres with Toti Soler, Joan Massotkeiner and Gemma Humet. For the last 19 years, he has also taught musical theatre at the Prima del Teatro, Scuola Europea per l'Arte dell'attore in San Miniato, Italy.
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