THE FESTIVAL ÚNICOS’ MERGES TANGO AND FLAMENCO AT THE TEATRO REAL OF MADRID
The music traveled from the southern hemisphere to our latitudes with the ‘Festival Unico’, originally Argentine show that celebrated its first edition at the Teatro Real in Madrid. Its proposition, so far held in Buenos Aires, merges different genres such as tango, flamenco or pop in a symphonic format by many artists from both countries.
The festival, held on September 23rd and 25th, dedicated its first day to the duets of prominent singers from Spain and Argentina with a majority female presence, such as Pastora Soler, Marcela Moreno, Niña Pastori or Patricia Sosa. Its final day was tuned by flamenco and tango fused with symphonic chords along with the most relevant voices of the moment in both genres: Miguel Poveda, Ariel Ardit, Antonio Carmona or Guillermo Fernández.
This musical miscegenation was presented with great success of assistance with the Royal Theater room as a backdrop, whose acoustics projected the notes of the symphony orchestra and the voices of its different protagonists with the help of a noted audiovisual display that dazzled the attendees.
Fluge Audiovisuales was the supplier of the sound, lighting, video and audiovisual technical staff of the festival. In particular, d&b T10 series sound equipment, Digico SD7 and SD5 sound tables along with Shure and Sennheiser microphones, as well as Vari*Lite lighting equipment and a Grand MA3 Full Size control table were supplied.