Hispania, del Barroco al Flamenco is a concert where Manolo Carrasco takes us through centuries of Spanish music.
Starting with the Baroque, he then moves on to the Classical period, the Spanish nationalist music and folk music before reaching flamenco.
At this concert the listener can experience the evolution of Spanish music composed by great Spanish and foreign writers. This musical journey starts with Padre A. Soler and his Sonata en Re, followed by L. Boccerini and his popular Musica notturna delle strade di Madrid, the Rapsodie Espagnole of F. Liszt, the Suite Española of I. Albéniz, the Andaluza of E. Granados, the Danza del Fuego of M. De Falla and the compilation of popular music by F.G. Lorca (La Tarara, El Café de Chinitas, Los Cuatro Muleros, etc.), finally stopping at flamenco with Al-Andalus, where M. Carrasco interprets some of the most representative styles of this genre, such as the alegrías, bulerías, seguirillas, etc.