Estepona flamenco guitarrist Daniel Casares presents his new album and new show Picassares at Estepona’s Auditorio Felipe VI on Saturday 19 December from 8.30 pm. This latest album, drawing on the landscapes of Estepona, has been more than a year in production and sees a return to the flamenco essence.
Featuring collaborations with Dulce Pontes, Antonio Martinez Ares, and Miguel Poveda with a version of “I’d love” by Luis Eduardo Aute. There are also collaborations with Lulo Perez (producer of several Alejandro Sanz album), Israeli bassist Adam Ben Ezra and Rubio de Pruna, singer who accompanied him on his last tour.
In this show, Daniel, through his guitar, gives his personal interpretation of scenes from the life of the painter Picasso, from his birth with “Malaga” or death, with the song “Paris” as well as figures or movements of his work such as “The Minotaur” in Picassares represented with a fandango, and Cubism, through bulerías.
In short, Picassares offers 75 minute show, which through the flamenco guitar will pay tribute to the unique artist that was Pablo Ruiz Picasso.
Tickets start at 14€ and are available from www.malagaentradas.com