Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom

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Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom

Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom

Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom

Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom

Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom

Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom
Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom
Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom
Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom
Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom
Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom

Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom

Created for the Festival Off d'Avignon 2023

Show from Luis de la Carrasca’s new album Baró Dom released on 17 March 2023

Success at the Theatre du Chêne Noir as part of the Avignon Festival Off  2023
On tour in 2023 & 2024

Contact Booking : +33 (0)4 90 86 60 57 – +33 (0)6 08 16 87 62 / contact@luisdelacarrasca.com

 

Luis de la Carrasca is an Andalusian from Granada and a reference in the Flamenco scene.
In this new show from his album Baró Drom, he keeps on exploring his music, between traditions and modernity.

His inspiration comes from his reality and reflects an everlasting passion.
Moreover, if “Baró Drom” refers to the gypsies, it also reminds us of the Great Human Migration and the history of mankind up to the modern days.

In this musical journey with two Flamenco guitars, he adds a touch of classical music with the piano, a flamenco instinct and a jazz inspiration with the double bass, a sense of freedom with the multi-percussion instruments, and a burst of energy with the choirs, the palmas and the zapateados.

Luis de la Carrasca believes in the power of words and seeks a music without boundaries.

 

Luis de la Carrasca: Songwriter, vocals
José Luis Dominguez and Manuel Gómez: Guitar
Olivier Lalauze: Double bass
Antonio Paz: Piano and backing vocals
Domingo Moreno: Drums
Ana Pérez or Céline Daussan “La Rosa Negra”: Back-up vocals, palmas and dance

Aurélien Dalmasso: Sound engineering
Jerémie Fally: Lighting design

In the press

« La profondeur du chant et la force des mots font bon ménage dans ce Baró Drom avec un assortiment de couleurs instrumentales à la fois attendues et plus inattendues qui donnent l’impression d’avoir traversé un pont lumineux entre hier et aujourd’hui, ici et là-bas. »
Rythmes CroisésStéphane Fougère, octobre 2017 - Baró Drom
« Luis de la Carrasca (...) nous offre une performance qui marie avec audace les racines ancestrales du flamenco et une vision résolument contemporaine. »
Les Arts liantsFanny Inesta, septembre 2023 - Baró Drom
« With the album Baró Drom, the Andalusian musician (...) keeps returning to the great flamenco gesture, which he modernises with elegance. TT »
TéléramaAnne Berthod, avril 2023 - Baró Drom
« The alluring and hypnotic vocals are intimate yet compelling. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ »
Roots Music ReportJoe Ross, mai 2023 - Baró Drom
« De la Carrasca's rugged vocals rise from an electronic sound bed, tipping us into trip-hop territory. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ »
Songlines MagazineLiam Izod, juin 2023 - Baró Drom
« This last opus is a real little gem. »
5 PlanètesMarch 2023
« An album of rare diversity, superbly incarnated. »
Qué tal París ?10 March 2023
« Very much based on tradition, with "cante jondo" and pure forms such as "martinete", but also open to current musical forms at the same time. »
Le Dauphiné LibéréSonia Garcia-Tahar, mars 2023 - Baró Drom
« He is currently one of the leading figures in flamenco, and without doubt the most recognised artist in the genre. »
Zicazic19 mars 2023
« A record whose diversity and emotional power of interpretation help to free flamenco from many outdated clichés. »
Move Paris5 March 2023

Flamenco Vivo… Baró Drom in video

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