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Lila Downs © Lila Downs

Lila Downs

Tuesday 4 October 2022
19:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Lila Downs, Gesang, Jarana

George Saenz, Posaune, Akkordeon

Josh Levin Deutsch, Trompete, Keyboard

Rafael Nunez, Gitarre

Sinuhe Insunza, Jarana

Luis Alberto Guzman Venegas, Bass

Lautaro Burgos, Schlagzeug

Nakeiltha Aisha Campbell, Percussion

Christian Le May, Licht, Visuals

Alex McIntire, Tontechnik

Programme

Lila Downs

Son del chile frito

Aniceto Molina Aguirre

La campanera

Anonymus

La martiniana. Volkslied aus Mexiko

Juan Reynoso

Tortolita

Jesus »Chuy« Rasgado

Naila

Lila Downs

Mirror

Dark eyes

José Agustín Ramirez Altamirano

La san marqueña

Martín Urieta Solano

Urge

José Alfredo Jiménez Sandoval

En el último trago

Tomás Mendéz

Cucurrucucú paloma (1954)

Lila Downs, Paul Cohen

Zapata se queda

La cumbia del mole

Ángel Aníbal Rosado

Cariñito

Lila Downs, Paul Cohen

Mezcalito

José Alfredo Jiménez Sandoval

Vámonos

Lila Downs

Yo ya me voy

Lila Downs, Paul Cohen

Envidia

Tomás Mendéz

Paloma negra

Note

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Mexican Blaze of Colour

Multiculturalism was practically born in her cradle: Lila Downs is the daughter of an Indian mother and an American father with Scottish roots. She spent her childhood and youth in the USA and Mexico, where she gained experience as a mariachi singer from an early age. On this diverse cultural background, Downs' blaze of colour unfolds brilliantly. This applies both to the portrayal of her personality and to her music, in which she combines Latin American, North American and indigenous cultures into a colourful sound symbiosis.

Whether new interpretations of Woody Guthrie's songs, original compositions or folk songs like »La Bamba« and »La Cucaracha« – Lila Downs always finds a way to ignite a new light, a new perspective on the music of her homeland, be it ranchera, mariachi, bolero, waltz or cumbia. With a dash of jazz and reggae, she and her internationally-staffed band always set the course in an unmistakably new way.

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