DECEMBER 15th to 21st
ORACLES SONG FESTIVAL 2021
17, 18 & 19 DECEMBER - 19:30h & 21:30h
ORACLES Theatre recovers its activity as a Living Culture Space with the 1st Oracles Song Festival 2021. The festival is made up of 9 singer-songwriters and their companions, specialised in the genre of medicalised poetry, which stands out by its literary quality.
The 1st Oracles Song Festival aims to be a reference for lovers of song and poetry, but also a reference for musicians, poets and songwriters.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 19:30h
Rafa Espinosa will take us through a journey between flamenco and songwriting music. Playing songs saved from oblivion and original songs with deep and penetrating lyrics that don't leave anyone indifferent.
This time he will be playing with Edgar Platón
You can find them on Instagram by @levantando (Rafa Espinosa) & @edgarl.platon (Edgar Platón)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 21:30h
Barcelona musician Hugo Arán presents his solo concert, delivering a new repertoire that includes songs from his latest work, "Extinctions and their Causes", performed intimately on guitar and vocals.
You can learn more about Hugo Arán on Instagram: @hugoaranmusica
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 19:30h
Marion Tamme de Aquista on voice, Pamela Cólman on piano and Nico Perez on guitar present Contar Cantando, "Songs from Here and There", an invitation to enjoy both the music and its stories. They present to us a journey filled with drama, crossing four languages and many styles: from Brel to Sting, from Brecht to Piazzolla and Tom Waits, with a little of Cohen, Schubert and more.
A journey that takes us to the forest, the patio, the bar, the port, a 'cambre sans brecau', the sea, the valleys and the mountains; but above all, to the depths of our hearts.
You can learn more about Marion on Instagram: @mconart.e
You can find Pamela Cólman on her social networks as: @pamelacolamnlopez
And Nico Perez as: @nicopereztango
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 19:30
Joana de Diego presents a concert of her own works, songs of the world. A repertoire of themes that draw from folk, jazz and root music, along with songs by other writers adapted to her sound and style.
She is accompanied on guitar and effects by Sergio Belloso and Alan Pardo.
You will find her albums published by Lluny de les teulades, Timbla i Jun and El follet del vent, a presentation for a family audience.
You can learn more about her work on the web at: www.joanadediego.com