Sabú Porrina

Flamenco Singer at The Madrilenian

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Last Updated 6/19/2011

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Accompanied by Argentinian artists of the stature of Andrés Calamaro, Néstor Marconi and Juanjo Domínguez, and by his regular group in Spain (the guitarist Diego El Morao, the Cuban double-bass player Yelsy Heredia, the pianist Jaime `Jumitus' Calabuig `Jumitus' and the percussionist Sabú Porrina), the Madrilenian flamenco singer gives a flamenco interpretation of the music of Gardel, Ástor Piazzolla and Atahualpa Yupanqui, with classic tango pieces, such as Tus ojos se cerraron and El día que me quieras and contemporary pieces such as Garganta con arena.

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Returning to the bolero, his 2008 project Dos Lagrimas united him with giants of Cuban percussion Tata Guines and Changuito and established his ongoing collaboration with the musicians who will be appearing with him at Zellerbach: guitarist Diego del Morao, pianist Jaime Calabuch Jumitus, percussionist Sabú Porrina and Cuban bassist Yelsy Heredia.

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6th Annual Bay Area Flamenco Festival - 7rooz.com

Returning to the bolero, his 2008 project "Dos Lagrimas" united him with giants of Cuban percussion Tata Guines and Changuito and established his ongoing collaboration with the musicians who will be appearing with him at Zellerbach: guitarist Diego del Morao, pianist Jaime Calabuch Jumitus, percussionist Sabú Porrina and Cuban bassist Yelsy Heredia.

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