runs through the sound map of Federico García Lorca through the paths of music and word. Songs and poems that will remind us that even if Federico was killed and his voice was silent, there is a
that will always resonate in the echoes of memory.
Now and here, in the pure voice of Pasión Vega, she resurrects Federico. His words and the beauty of his poems will be embodied in every role by a race actor.
He lives beyond the voices of death and dark love; he resurrects the black sounds that lead from Manuel Torre to Camarón, or to the aurora of New York, when Leonard Cohen and Enrique Morente dance a waltz in Vienna and take it to the south, as a bebedis at bar, traversing continents and languages.
Federico García Lorca loved “the latent melody, structured with their nervous centers and their blood bouquets” .