Flamenco step todo el tiempo
Intensity and passion: 2 elements that make flamenco an improvised, expressive genre – compelling and fascinating to listen and watch. Although rooted in Spain, flamenco has everything from Africa to Latin America. Flamenco was actually born out of the music and dance of Spaniards, Gypsies, Jews, Arabs and the North African Berbers.
“Flamenco appeals on many levels”- Sorelo says, “It is exiting and emotionally expressive and at the same time it’s a controlled art form that expresses the depths and heights of emotions. Each song represents the essential feeling of life. The Solea is sad as a sea of tears with a touch of sweetness. Seguiriya is also sad, but fury, like a dagger against unfairness of life. “
The new piece “Mirando hacia Japan” it is flamenco step. Sorelo uses the soulful music of flamenco that harks back to the middle Ages and combines it with explosive electronic experience of progressive flamenco.
As a result we, the listeners, get a journey to the world of innovation, originality and all new progressive flamenco sound, guided by Sorelo’s experimental spirit.
So enjoy “Mirando hacia Japan”, pure and progressive, traditional and modern, all his own, flamenco step by Sorelo Levy.