18 Nov 22

    SISTER MARION & KECO PUJOL | Friday's Blues

    This concert will be part of the Italian Biennial that lasts to term during the weekend from November 18 to 20, for this reason the entrance to the concert will be senseless cost and reserve, in order to use the accommodation limit of the space.

    During the four Fridays of November | X Fridays Blues & Boogie-Woogie Piano Meeting

    A classically trained pianist from Barcelona, ??Sister Marion (Miriam Aparicio) is seduced by Afro-American music with roots. Her first steps in the blues piano are made by the hand of the pianists Lluís Coloma and Julio Lobos. Years later she becomes a pianist, singer and director of her own Masoulfield gospel group through which renowned names from the music scene pass. She has been a pianist for the Tota Blues Band with whom she has participated in several national festivals and has also become the pianist for Big Mama Montse, with whom they perform an acoustic review of the repertoire of the great blues divas that have led to participate in various festivals and perform throughout the Spanish geography, in addition to being part as a pianist and singer of the female trio Womblues with Big Mama Montse and Sweet Marta.

    Since he was very young, Keco Pujol's goal has been none other than to idolize the essence of black music through his voice and his piano. For this, and over the years, he has developed an unmistakable and forceful style, full of passion and feeling, based on the greatest masters of blues, rhythm 'n' blues, soul or gospel. Robert Johnson, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding or Etta James take on new life in the voice and keys of this true master of black music. Two styles, two personalities, two ways of understanding blues and Afro-American music that will complement each other in an exclusive concert this Friday at the MEAM.

    X Fridays Blues & Boogie-Woogie piano meeting with SISTER MARION & KECO PUJOL

    • Sister Marion, piano, voice
    • Keco Pujol, piano, voice


Friday Blues

Friday Blues