1812 Vive la Pepa
An audiovisual show inspired by the historical facts that made Cadiz' Constitution in 1812.
A wonderful audiovisual show, that commemorates the Cadiz' Constitution bicentenarym based in the prestigious pianist's music, Manolo Carrasco.
Carrasco takes us to discover a new world, the world of his own compositions, full of colours and infinite melodies.
A concert of passion and might featuring his string quintet's soloists, in which they make a musical fantasy about Cadiz' Constitution.
Fusing his andalusian roots and a modernist and clasic style at the same time attached to an amazing choreography and a great multimedia support makes this show a success and unforgettable.
Through his music, in works like "Camaron", "Isla de Leon", "Bahía de Cadiz", etc. Manolo Carrasco describes a tour through his native town, Cádiz, highlightning the most emblematic places, and also telling it's story since the XIX century.
The compositor and pianist does a musical route that transfers the spectators to a historical and generous Cádiz, a Cádiz that tells the story of the war against Napoleon in a Spain that was fighting its harder not to succumb and Cádiz as an special village that fought its harder to stand still and be free.