New season of Bio. Future presents the life and work
of artists like Gilberto Gil and Silvio Rodríguez
The Latin America is in evidence in the new season of the Bio. Future. After presenting the biography of singers like Mercedes Sosa and Gal Costa, now is the time of Latin American musicians. The documentaries have lasting 60 minutes and debut on the screen Future on 14 October (on wednesday), at 9:00 pm.
Fena Della Maggiora, Argentine music producer, traverses the Latin America to interview and meet composers who founded musical movements and, at the same time, revolutionaries, like Gilberto Gil, in Brazil, Silvio Rodríguez, in Cuba, Armando Manzanero, in Mexico and Rubén Blades, in Panama. On this trip, the artists tell their story, their influences and recall moments from their careers.
The documentaries also rely on the testimony of artists friends of composers, as Daniela Mercury, Amaury Perez, Alejandro Lerner and Juan Formell.
Musicians of Latin America
Premiere: 14/10, Wednesday, 21h
Reprise: Saturday 8:00 pm, Sunday 7:00 and 1:30 pm
Duration: 60 min
CHECK OUT THE SYNOPSIS:
14/10 -Wednesday, at 8:0 pm
Anecdotes, memories and stories of the great Brazilian composer. The landscape of Brazil illustrates the conversation between Fena Della Maggiora and Gilberto Gil and his songs.
21/10 – Wednesday, at 9:00 pm
Fena Della Maggiora is Ruben Blades for a conversation about music, political, deceptions and beliefs. The Panamanian musician expects Latin America wake up and fulfill the dream of Simon Bolivar.
28/10 – Wednesday, at 9:00 pm
A conversation with Silvio Rodríguez is almost a trip to Cuba. Packaged by the songs of musician, We crossed the island and its history, sharing anecdotes, memories and confessions of the Cuban around the streets of Havana.
4/11 – Wednesday, at 9:00 pm
Armando Manzanero talks about his life and his work, his songs and his love. Inspired by Mexican landscapes, Armando talks about her childhood and passion for romance.
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