Cuban troubadour Silvio Rodriguez, presents his latest Album, Amorios, and captures the attention of the Spanish public in his current tour of the Iberian Peninsula, which began on April 3rd and will end in May 1st.
Donostia and its Velodrom of Anoeta, with a capacity for 5,500 people, was the place chosen for the first concert of more than two and a half hours, and as described by newspapers and digital publications attendees chanted famous pieces such as El Necio and La Maza .
Expectation increases in Corunna for the recital at the Coliseum on Friday, at 9:00 p.m., and according to followers of the author of Ojala, via the Internet, the performance is already sold out.
Silvio Rodriguez returns with 10 concerts to Spanish stages after nine years of absence, and this time he is accompanied by Niurka Gonzalez, on flute and clarinet; pianist Jorge Aragon; Jorge Reyes on bass; Oliver Valdes on percussion and drums; Emilio Vega, on the vibraphone; and the renowned Trovarroco Trio.
In addition to presenting Amorios, which includes pieces like Dibujo de mujer con sombrero, Una canción de amor esta noche, Tu soledad me abriga la garganta, and Se cuenta de ti, the troubadour interprets anthological themes of his repertoire that please the audience composed of thousands and thousands of people.
Gijon, Zaragoza, Barcelona, Gran Canaria, Cordoba, Madrid, Murcia and Valencia make up the itinerary of this spring tour for "the Spains" as Rodriguez himself called it.
In Silvio’s personal blog Segunda Cita (http://segundacita.blogspot.com), with about four million 330 thousand visitors, many cybernauts of the peninsula hold exchanges on the tour and meetings with the poet of Cuba’s New Song Movement, and make comments on current issues in the world.