Concert: "Rita Payés & Lucia Fumero " dins de "La Mercè és Música"
Rita Payés & Lucia Fumero (Catalonia; Latin American popular songs)
Some artists can be understood without any words, no more than a note is needed to generate an almost magical connection with their audience. This is the case with Lucia Fumero and Rita Payés or perhaps Rita Payés and Lucia Fumero. The order of their names doesn’t alter an exceptionally captivating sound, with their two voices, the trombone of Payés and the piano of Fumero revisiting songs from the past and ranging for boleros to popular songs from various countries. Their concert at La Mercè will be brimming with their own songs and great moments from the Latin American repertoire.
With their artistic harmony and unwaning friendship, the pair are two exponents of a new generation of musicians trained at centres such as the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMUC). Lucia Fumero is a performer with her own personality, her roots shared between Argentina (her father is the jazz double bassist Horacio Fumero) and Switzerland. Gaining her musical training in Barcelona and Holland, she moves between jazz and folk, and with her musicians and her piano she has recorded own works as applauded as Universo normal. With her, Rita Payés, trombonist born into a family of musicians (she is the daughter of guitarist Elisabeth Roma) who many discovered when they saw her perform at the last ceremony of the Goya awards for cinematography. She, however, has a long career that began in the Sant Andreu Jazz Band and that has led her to tour stages accompanied by great musicians, including Joan Chamorro, Ignasi Terraza, Josep Traver and Esteve Pi, and to record albums such as Like the skin Both artists have an overflowing activity that has led them to participate in all kinds of projects and lend themselves to all kinds of collaborations. Come and hear what happens when they come together and, in a process that is like a game for them, they produce some absolutely delicious sounds.
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Pg Santa Madrona, 36