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Artist Profiles: Miguel Poveda

Miguel Poveda

 

Spanish flamenco singer Miguel Angel Poveda León was born in Barcelona on February 13, 1973. He grew up in the Badalona suburb and started singing at 15 at local peñas flamencas (Flamenco fan clubs).

In 1993, Miguel Poveda won the most sought-after award “La Lampara Minera” at the 33rd Song Festival de las Minas de La Unión and became known to a wider public. At the same festival, Miguel Poveda obtained three further awards La Cartagenera, La Malagueña and La Soleá

Having gained recognition as a new talent by the professional flamenco world, his artistic career quickly developed. In 1994, film director Bigas Luna took him on as an actor in the movie “La Teta i la Lluna”. One year later he produced his first CD “Viento del Este” together with musicians such as Moraíto, Carles Benavent and José Soto.

In 1996 Miguel Poveda participated in various festivals in Spain and Europe and set out for his first tour of Japan. In the following year he produced a show about García Lorca for a seminar organized by the University of Bologna, Italy.

In 1998 he attended the “Festival of Culture and Arts” in Ramallah, Palestine and was the invited artist in “La Vida es un Sueño” presented by Calixto Bieito in the International Festival of Edinburgh. At the same time he presented successfully his latest show “Suena Flamenco” throughout Europe. The most outstanding pieces of these live concerts are included in his CD “Suena Flamenco”.

Miguel Poveda is one of those artists who grow once they are on stage and manages to connect quickly with the public. In 2003 he moved to Sevilla one of the cradles of flamenco.

 

 

In 2015 Poveda released “Sonetos y poemas para la libertad.” It’s a collection of poems by leading poets from the Spanish-speaking world in Spain and Latin America, including Quevedo, Rafael de León, García Lorca, Borges, Miguel Hernández, Pablo Neruda and Joaquín Sabina. Poveda recreated the expression of these poems through flamenco.

 

Discography:

Viento del Este (1995)
Suena Flamenco (Harmonia Mundi Ibérica HMI 98719, 1999)
Zaguan (Harmonia Mundi, 2001)
Poemas del Exilio Rafael ALberti (Harmonia Mundi, 2004)
Qawwali-Flamenco (Accords Croises, 2006)
Desglac (Discmedi, 2005)
Tierra de calma (Discmedi, 2006)
Cante i orchestra (Discmedi, 2009)
Coplas del querer (Universal Music, 2009)
Coplas del querer en directo live (Universal Music, 2010)
Artesano (Universal Music, 2012)
Real (Universal Music, 2012)
Diálogos De Buenos Aires A Granada, with Rodolfo Mederos (Universal Music, 2013)
Sonetos y poemas para la libertad (Universal Music, 2015)

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Flamenco Star Miguel Poveda to Perform in Alcalá de Henares

Miguel Poveda

Miguel Poveda, an award-winning flamenco vocalist, is set to perform September 1st, 2017 at the Auditorio del Patrimonio in Alcalá de Henares, near Madrid. This performance is part of the series Conciertos de La Muralla that take place in the walled enclosure next to the Archbishop’s Palace.

Although Miguel Poveda is a talented flamenco singer, he’s also a crossover artist that performs traditional Spanish copla and other genres. He will be accompanied by his regular band, directed by Joan Albert Amargós.

Poveda’s discography includes ten albums. His most recent Sonetos y poemas para la libertad, arteSano (2012), and Coplas del querer (2009).

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Flamenco Star Miguel Poveda to Perform at Los Conciertos de la Muralla de Alcalá de Henares 2017

Miguel Poveda

Flamenco icon Miguel Poveda is one of the acts set to perform at Los Conciertos de la Muralla de Alcalá de Henares 2017. The concert series will run from August 26 to September 24, featuring flamenco, rock, humor and other styles. Concerts take place at the Auditorio del Patrimonio in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid.

The other artists scheduled to perform include Leiva, Antonio José, Burning, La Guardia, La Frontera, Los Morancos, Antología de la Zarzuela and Cantajuego.

Tickets available at www.redentradas.com, Ticketea, Oficina de Turismo Santos Niños, Centro Comercial Alcalá Magna and Restaurante Pepe Pasión.

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