This edition: Dayramir Gonzalez, Maria Jose Romero, Danay Suarez, and Flamenco Night.Tweet
Original tape date: July 16, 2015.
First aired: July 16, 2015.
Iniciamos este episodio en Manhattan con el pianista cubano Dayramir González, este graduado de la prestigiosa Escuela de Música de Berklee, nos habla de su pasión por la música, sus orígenes artísticos en La Habana y de la libertad que siente con cada composición que realiza.
Luego, Carmen Boullosa entrevista en Brooklyn a la pintora mexicana María José Romero, quien describe su visión sobre la pintura y habla sobre sus proyectos artísticos multidisciplinarios.
Mas adelante, hablamos con Danay Suárez, cantante de rap nacida en La Habana, y quien representa para muchos la conciencia femenina del hip- hop cubano. Danay nos cuenta de su trayectoria como vocalista e improvisadora, y de su evolución como compositora.
Para finalizar, vamos a Joe’s Pub en Manhattan a ver "Noche Flamenca”. Conversamos con su director artístico y con el bailarín principal sobre los origines del grupo y sobre como el flamenco empezó como una expresión artística que combatía la represión cultural y la expulsión racial.
We begin this episode in Manhattan with the Cuban pianist, Dayramir Gonzalez. This graduate of the prestigious Berklee School of Music, talks to us about his passion for music, his artistic origins in Havana, and the freedom he feels with each one of his compositions.
Then, in Brooklyn, Carmen Boullosa interviews Mexican painter Maria Jose Romero. She describes her vision with regard to painting and she also talks about her multi-disciplinary art projects.
Later, we speak with Danay Suarez, a rap singer born in Havana, who, for many, represents the feminine consciousness of Cuban hip-hop. Danay speaks to us about her career as a vocalist and improviser, and about her evolution as a composer.
Finally, we’ll go to Joe’s Pub in Manhattan to watch Flamenco Night. We’ll talk to the artistic director and the lead dancer about the origins of the group and how Flamenco began as an artistic expression that fought against cultural repression and racial exclusion.
Soledad Barrio “Bailaora”, Noche Flamenca
Carmen Boullosa Escritora
Dayramir Gonzalez Pianista y Compositor
Maria Jose Romero Pintora
Martín Santangelo Director Artisitico - Productor, Noche Flamenca
Danay Suarez Cantante - Compositora
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