Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Joan Manuel Serrat’s last concert

This Friday Spanish singer-songwriter Joan Manuel Serrat After an artistic career of nearly 60 years, he said goodbye to the stage with a majestic concert in his hometown of Barcelona.

journey vocal defectwhich began in New York City last April and took it to countries such as Colombia, Argentina, Peru and the Dominican Republic, ended at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona where Seurat finally closed his productions and an audience of more than 15,000 people. pleased the Who came to listen to the artist live for the last time, the newspaper told world.

A few days before his 79th birthday (December 27), his final concert resulted in a flurry of emotions ranging from nostalgia to joy.

“I have feelings, what do you want me to tell you, somewhat contradictory, on this night when seriously I voluntarily announce my departure“, the Catalan told the public, and added:” This will be the last concert but I want to have a ball.

Seurat opened the show with “Temps era temps”, with images of the period after the Spanish Civil War on a large screen on stage and a memory for the children who, like him, had “a great and free life”. “I was born and entertained myself. With “Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer”, the agency referred to Efe.

In his eight-month-long tour, where he offered 74 concerts, Seurat was saying goodbye to his audience, but he left Barcelona only to end it in the same place where he started it.

“It seemed really far away until today, when I started the show in April,” he said. “But as Taradales said, ‘Here go soak'”.

To the applause of his audience, he sang his most famous songs, including “Mediterranean”, which he composed in 1971.

President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sanchez, joins the appointment with other politicians. Everyone gathered at a common place to say goodbye to the legend of music.

The singer kept his promise: he personally said goodbye to those who followed his musical career in different parts of the world.

“Para la Libertad” got the crowd up from their seats, “Cantares”, “Paraul d’Amor” and “Una Guitarra” had them applauding for more than a minute.

Serrat, who performed publicly for the first time on Radio Barcelona’s Radioscope program on February 18, 1965, released over 30 studio albums throughout his career, including Dedicated to Antonio Machado, poet (1969) Y miguel hernandez (1971), in which he set music to the verses of these two Spanish authors, and interior (1971) o On th eway (1981).

in Cuba, where he has a lot of followers, was censored by the government Between 2003 and 2012, to sign the response of “friends who are far away” in support of cultural figures for the execution of three young black Cubans.

In 2015, a group of Cuban musicians carried out a tribute record project edited by Discmedi record company. Cuba sings for Serrat It was nominated for a Latin Grammy for Best Contemporary Tropical Album at the 2005 edition.

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