Maria Keck presenta "De Cobre"

Maria Keck presenta "De Cobre"
De Cobre - Maria Keck
De Cobre - Maria Keck live
De Cobre - Maria Keck live

Songs

De Cobre by Maria Keck
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Videos

Flamenco fusion with Romani by Maria Keck
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  • country:Hungary
  • style(s):Flamenco, Roma
  • label:not signed
  • type:Band, Composer/Songwriter, Quartet
  • gender:female
  • instrumentation:instrumental, vocal, percussion, visual, unplugged, guitar
  • artist submitted by:Nissen, Mareike

Line up

  • Kasia Golenko (Guitar)
  • Maria Keck (Vocals and dance)
  • Miguel Reyes JIMÉNEZ (Cajón, small percussion)
  • Victor Guardiana (Violin)

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De Cobre is a Gypsy Flamenco Fusion project where music and dance get entangled in a union that is full of Eastern European influences and contrasts. María Keck dances, sings and directs De Cobre. This Hungarian artist, originally from Serbia, composes the songs that give life to the show. Maria’s music combines tastes of Hungarian and Gypsy folklore from Eastern Europe with the traditional rhythms and harmonies of flamenco from Southern Spain.
The artists, who accompnie her with guitar, violin and percussion, are from Spain, Mexico and USA.

All of them are flamenco musicians who met each other at the prestigious flamenco academies of Madrid, such as Amor de Dios and Casa Patas. They have played together and with other exceptional flamenco artists on stages in Madrid and all around the world.
De Cobre was founded in 2010. Since then they have played in several venues and festivals such as: Teatro Galileo and other venues/ Madrid, Museu Valenciá d’Etnologia/ Valencia – Spain,
Budapesti Nyári Fesztivál/ Budapest, Pécsi Szabadtéri Játékok/ Pécs, Babel Sound Festival/ Balatonlelle - Hungary,
Festival Flamenco II/Zagreb – Croatia,
Múzeumkert/Sepsiszentgyörgy, Jazz Café/Kézdivásárhely-Transilvania,
Japan Academia ’Alma de Flamenco’/Fukuoka- Japan,
Ars Hungarica/Buenos Aires-Argentina.