The New King of Flamenco Daniel Casares In Belgrade on March 10th, 2020!
The new king of flamenco, Daniel Casares will perform in Kombank Dvorana on March 10th, 2020 within the XXI Guitar Art Festival. Tickets for the big Daniel Casares concert are on sale at the Kombank Dvorana box office and the ticket network Tickets.rs, prices starting from 1900 RSD.
Daniel Cesares is coming back to Belgrade after five years and a sold-out concert. The audience had rewarded Casare with an outstanding ovation for the flamenco dance of his fingers on the Andalusian strings of his guitar. Daniel Casares returns with his flamenco sextet and will perform in Kombank Dvorana on 10th March, within the XXI Guitar Art Festival and it will be an opportunity for the audience to hear for the first time some of the new compositions from his current album “Magiterráneo”.
The new album of Daniel Casres “Magiterráneo” – speaks about his passion towards the Mediterranean where he was raised and always lived. For him the Mediterranean represents magic through the sun, sea, light, food, the character of people who are one of the greatest inspirations for Casares. The artist himself says: “If I haven’t lived where I do, I wouldn’t had played while play”.
The album contains several flamenco styles and ten songs where Daniel is being accompanied by his musical family: Sergio Aranda (dance and palm percussion) ,Manuel Peralta (guitar, vocals and palm percussion), Jose Cartama (palm percussion and vocals), Nelson Doblas (violin), Jesus Bachiller 'Bachi' (bass) i Miguel Ortiz 'Nene' (percussions).
“Magiterráneo” is the eight album from Daniel Casares who started his career as a flamenco guitarist when he was 11 years old. Five years after he started playing, he became the youngest guitarist to win the “flamenco touch” award at the prestige competition “La Union”, and his first album “Duende Flamenco” was recorded when he was 19.
Daniel Casares has been composing his own music for more than 25 years and has 8 albums behind him. In the modern era of countless flamenco virtuosos, Casares has fought for his throne as the king of flamenco through a unique sound in his interpretations, renewing the classics but as well the “traces” of his role models : Pacco de Lucia, Manolo Sanlucar, Tomatito and Gerardo Nunez. Daniel owes his authenticity to studying and playing classical music, jazz and fado.