A true tribute to Latin American song. This is the double bill featuring the Mexican Natalia Lafourcade, winner of two Grammys, fourteen Latin Grammys and five MTV awards, and the emerging duo Isaac and Nora, two French teenagers who have become a worldwide revelation with their versions of songs by Monsieur Periné, Mercedes Sosa and Violeta Parra.
Natalia Lafourcade's is a subtly beautiful world. And hers is an exquisite and rising discography, backed by collaborations with Juan Gabriel, Mon Laferte, Jorge Drexler, Lila Downs, Omara Portuondo or Julieta Venegas, among many others. A force of nature. Lyricism, sensitivity and talent always in her creations, and Todas las flores (2022), one of the best albums of her career, is no exception. Which is already saying a lot, after peaks like Hasta la raíz (2015) or Musas (2018), in which he reinterpreted from old songs by Atahualpa Yupanqui, Simón Díaz, Margarita Lecuona or María Grever. It is a new milestone in the career of an artist who has moved with the same fluency in synthetic pop, bolero, cumbia, candombe, ranchera, bolero or Afro-Caribbean rhythms, because in essence all the songs of the world come to be one and the same in her argument.
The story of siblings Isaac and Nora Restoin, only 14 and 11 years old, is one of the most surprising success stories of recent times. French, they learned Spanish by singing Latin American classics, songs by Mercedes Sosa, Perota Chingó, Facundo Cabral or Violeta Parra. Boleros, habaneras and other songs of deep sentimental depth, which went viral through social networks and Youtube and have made them an unexpected celebrity. They are fans, by the way, of Natalia Lafourcade, so sharing the stage with her at Noches del Botánico will be like a dream come true.
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