Synonyms for mayte_martín or Related words with mayte_martín

estrella_morente              niña_pastori              eduardo_falú              ernesto_alessio              marcos_llunas              niño_josele              juan_vicente_torrealba              duquende              emiliano_zuleta              ñico              sandra_mihanovich              carmenatty              maría_dolores_pradera              aida_cuevas              sabina_olmos              jacinto_guerrero              sus_estrellas              enrique_morente              josé_mercé              la_morocha              encarnita              florcita              paquera              diego_el_cigala              miguel_aceves_mejía              soledad_pastorutti              aidsa_rodríguez              patricio_castillo              gónzalez              cayetano_biondo              antonio_mairena              popurrí              patricia_navidad              pío_leyva              simón_díaz              patricio_borghetti              amaury_gutiérrez              arturo_garcía_buhr              mikel_erentxun              paco_ibáñez              princesita              graciela_beltrán              engañada              enrique_guzmán              bailaora              membiela              brieva              cantaor              myrta_silva              maricarmen             



Examples of "mayte_martín"
Singer-songwriter from the Canary Islands, Pedro Guerra, cancelled his participation in the concert alleging that the event had veered toward "purely separatist motivations that he doesn't share" and that "this is not his fight," while affirming that he was not pressured into withdrawing. Singer Mayte Martín also withdrew at the last minute for similar motives.
Mayte Martín (born in Barcelona, Spain, April 19, 1965). She is a Flamenco cantaora (singer), bolero singer, and composer. She is widely recognized as one of the most important flamenco voices of her generation. She has also devoted part of her career to other genres such as Spanish American music, especially bolero.
Numerous Guest Conductors and soloists joined the orchestra during this period such as Mihaela Ursuleasa, Iván Martín, Yayoi Toda, Gwyneth Wentink, Yaron Traub, Mayte Martín, Roberto Balistreri, Enric Martínez-Castignani, Alina Pogostkina, Marisa Martins, Mª Luz Martínez or Miguel Zapater. Next Summer 2008 The World Orchestra will be joined by cellist Laurence Lesser, violinist Mitsuoko Usioda soprano Marianne Fiset and maestro Franz Paul Decker.
Although alreadhy well-established as a solo cantaora, she resumed her facet as a singer for dance when she met bailaora Belén Maya in 1996, with whom she has toured the world with the works "Mayte Martín + Belén Maya" (since 1996) and "Flamenco de Cámara" (since 2003), winning international critical acclaim.
In 2007 she was requested by classical pianists duo Katia and Marielle Labeque for a project involving Spanish and classical music, which toured for several years. Other musicians like Joan Albert Amargos and Lluis Vidal who composed the arrangements for two pianos. The recording included traditional songs as well as compositions by Manuel de Falla, Federico García Lorca, Enrique Granados, Joaquín Rodrigo, Paco de Lucía, and by Mayte Martín herself.
Reference recordings for this "palos" are those by Chano Lobato, Aurelio Sellé, Manolo Vargas and La Perla de Cádiz for the Cádiz styles; Bernarda de Utrera and Fernanda de Utrera for the Pinini styles; Curro de Utrera for the ""alegrías de Córdoba"" or Antonio Chacón for the ""caracoles"". La Niña de los Peines is also an important reference for all these styles. Some modern singers who have recorded excellent versions of this styles are Camarón de la Isla, Carmen Linares or Mayte Martín.
Owing to his innovative approach, Morente was widely criticized by the more extreme traditionalist sectors of flamenco's critical faculty and public, though it had been said that "Needless to say, all this cost Morente a real torment, since flamenco is still a very closed world, in which the slightest attempt for novelty is taken as a deadly sin of heresy.". Although Morente's work is now widely recognized by most critics, and has inspired many singers of the young generation like Mayte Martín or Arcángel, there is still a section of traditionalist critics and public that still disparage his work:
During the 1990s, together with a certain revival of the cantes de ida y vuelta and a reappreciation of the "ópera flamenca" period, his figure has come back into favour for a significant part of the critics, artists and flamenco public. His influence was claimed by several outstanding singers, including Enrique Morente, Mayte Martín or Arcángel. A clear example is Álvarez Caballero himself who, only two years after writing the words quoted above, directed a partial compilation of his recordings ("Un monumento al cante", Quejío collection, EMI, 1997), with an introductory leaflet in which he stated:
In his early career, he worked at the Tablao de Carmen with Mario Escudero, Angelita Vargas, Miguel de la Tolea, Eva Yerbabuena, Sara Baras, Adrián Galia, Belén Maya, Antonio ‘El Pipa’ and Joaquín Grilo. He has accompanied singers such as Enrique Morente, Rancapino, Chano Lobato, José Mercé, Duquende, Mayte Martín, Diego El Cigala, Carmen Linares and Potito; has shared the stage with musicians such as Chano Domínguez, Carles Benavent, Jorge Pardo, and Jordi Bonell; and has collaborated with the pianist Maria João Pires. Chicuelo participated in recordings with Tomatito, Mayte Martín, Ginesa Ortega, Joan Manuel Serrat, La Vargas Blues Band, Antonio Carmona, and Jordi Tonel; and often accompanies Poveda, with whom he has toured extensively in Europe, Japan and the US. In 1996, Chicuelo recorded "Cambalache" with Guitarras Mestizas with whom he recorded two albums. In the same year, he was one of several artists who participated in the Encuentro Productions' release of method books and DVDs which defined the individual artist's approach to composition. He also added guitar pieces to the unfinished film of Orson Welles, "Don Quixote".
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Enrique Morente Cotelo (25 December 1942 – 13 December 2010), known as Enrique Morente, was a flamenco singer and a controversial figure within the world of contemporary flamenco. After his orthodox beginnings, he plunged into experimentalism, writing new melodies for "cante" (flamenco singing) and jamming with musicians of all styles, without renouncing his roots in traditional flamenco singing, which he kept on cultivating. In spite of severe criticism from the most "purist" amongst the critics and public, he was perhaps the most influential contemporary flamenco singer, who not only innovated, but it could also be said that he created tradition: some of his "cantes" have been performed by other singers such as Camarón de la Isla, Mayte Martín, Carmen Linares, Miguel Poveda, Segundo Falcón and Arcángel. He also is the father of flamenco singer Estrella Morente.