Saturday, January 2, 2016

Opera de la Calle Show





PROGRAMA
Opera de la Calle

Teatro Arenal, Avenida 41, esquina 30

 1. OBERTURA MEDITERRÁNEA / de E. Vega / Solista: Claudia Aquino
 2. LE LION EST MORT  / de Henry Salvador  /  Arreglos: U. Aquino / Solista: Yunier Pérez   
 3. HIMNO INTRODUCCIÓN  / de U. Aquino
 4. CABILDO (Zarzuela María la O)    /  de E. Lecuona  / Arreglos: U. Aquino  / Solistas:   Yunier
     Pérez,  Laritza Rincón y Merilis Fernández
 5. CANTO ARARÁ / Arreglos: U. Aquino / Solistas: Laritza Rincón / Geodalis Cumbá
 6. CANTO ABAKUÁ  Arreglos: U. Aquino / Solista:  Yunier Pérez
 7. DE LA HABANA A MATANZAS  / de  J. Formell / Solista: Yunier Pérez
 8. CUANDO SE VAYA LA LUZ  / de  Frank Delgado / Arreglos:  E. Vega
      Solistas: Rasec Peña, Claudia Aquino, Neno González, Aymé Canto y Armando Omar Pérez
10.  TANILA / de G. Roig
11.  NEGRAS LUCUMÍ  / de E. Lecuona
12.  TIPO TÍPICO  / de W. Chirino / Arreglos: C.Aquino- D. Llanes
13.  PADRE NUESTRO (Ópera Benkos) / de  J. E. Fadul / Arreglos: U. Aquino / Solista: Merilis Fdez.
14.  O FORTUNA (Carmina Burana) / de C. Orff / Arreglos: U. Aquino
15.  HABANERA (Ópera Carmen)   / de G. Bizet   / Arreglos: C. Aquino-U.Aquino Solistas: Claudia
        Aquino o  Dayri Llanes
16.   RAPSODIA BOHEMIA / de  Queen /Solista: Dayri Llanes /  Actuación: Claudia Aquino y Deyanira
        Salazar
 17.   SOMEBODY TO LOVE  / de  Queen / Solista: Rasec Peña
 18.   IMAGINE  / J. Lennon    / Arreglo: U. Aquino / Solistas: Dayri Llanes, Rasec Peña y Claudia 
         Aquino
 19.   AICHA / de Khaled  / Arreglos: C. Aquino-D. Llanes / Solista: Rasec Peña
 20.   ZAMBRA (Zarzuela La Leyenda del Beso)  / de Soutullo y Vert / Solista: Claudia Aquino
 21.   POR AMOR / de  R. Solano / Solistas: Merilis Fernández, Yunier Pérez , Claudia Aquino, Dayri
          Llanes,  Rasec Peña y Mtro. Ulises Aquino.


BAILARINES: Maikel Díaz, Yohara García, Darisley Zuazo, Yaima Rodríguez
CORO: Geodalis Cumba, Sandra Wong, Emma Cubas, Mayra Martez, Mayara Calderón, Yanaysi Montalvo, Yurina Cardosa, Laritza Rincón,  Adilen Sardiñas, Dayri lanes, Claudia Aquino,  Merilis Fernández, Deyanira Salazar, Miguelina Acea, Aymé Canto, Mariam Fabregas, Wilmar Cumberbach, Ignacio Díaz, Armando Pérez, Roger Santana, Yunier Pérez, Alexei Cabrera, Adonis Valdivia, Rasec Peña, Neno González, Bernardo, Dioney Gonzalez, Dayisel Gorina y Laura Ansorena

Músicos
Rafael Aquino, Julio Zaldívar, Raicel González, Franco Martín, Daniela Rosas,
Dagoberto Arbelaez, Angel Matayoshi y Ernesto Domínguez
Dirección Coral y Musical: Claudia Aquino
Producción: Dai-Ellie Bignotte         
Asistente de Producción: Yamile Sonido: Miguel Ángel Pardo y Yauset Sánchez
Técnico: Reinier Valladares                  
Luces: Victor Sánchez 
Diseño de Vestuario: Anayce Figueroa 
Relaciones Públicas: Camila González Director 


Dirección Artística y General: Mtro.Ulises Aquino

Excerpts from a full dress performance, not as seen at the Arenal Theater, are here  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3tkkyPaHY0

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   Opera de la Calle is best translated as “Music of the Streets”. Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the company creatively and energetically mixes 500 years of Cuban culture, a fast moving hard to describe pastiche of dance, voice and instruments encompassing local traditions and international influences.  Members of the company include professionals graduated from Cuba’s finest schools of music and dance and newcomers whose natural talents have found release and nurture.

Opera is not only exceptional entertainment, quite popular with contemporary Cuban audiences and all variety of foreign visitors, but also a fault line in Cuban cultural change.  You can read more about its complicated and controversial history as a pioneering mixed private public venture here:  http://operadelacalle.blogspot.com/

Creator (and international opera singer) Ulises Aquino is well regarded in the mainstream of the Cuban arts world and has achieved respect for his independent path.  The Ministry of Culture and friends in the US are investing in the rehabilitation of the Arenal Theater as a permanent home for Opera.   


 (A story is circulating that the controversial abrupt closure of its previous home at El Cabildo was not due to the political problems that most critics assumed but may have resulted from complaints by two important ambassadors whose residences are nearby and were disturbed by the noise level and public commotion late into the evening.  In any case, they have regained access to El Cabildo, and the ambassadors' residences have moved.)

         -- John McAuliff, Fund for Reconciliation and Development  director@ffrd.org

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