The carnival of the South American animals

Welcome to Rio de Janeiro, which receives the most famous carnival of world! The South American animals met there to propose you their big(great) parade, festive and humorous.

©Ensemble Almaviva

Text of Carl Norac Music consisted by Ezequiel Spucches Together ALMAVIVA Welcome to Rio de Janeiro, which receives the most famous carnival of world! The South American animals met there to propose you their big(great) parade, festive and humorous. The Almaviva set takes over the theme of the musical suite of Camille Saint-Saëns by registering him(her) in the South American context. Funny and multicolored, this carnival makes heard to us the particular(special) rhythms of this continent, through original compositions and picturesque instrumental colours. But animals carry before any voice(vote) and memory country of this distant. They tell the story of South America, exchanges between civilisations which manufactured the development of the humanity. The Almaviva set invites the poet and author youth Carl Norac to redraw colonisation and crossed migrations of the XXth century. The whole route(course) which explores the paths(ways) of the diversity, bringing a new answer to the challenge of the food together. An essential theme, handled with humor and a point(headland) of surrealist poetry.

Music, Theatre, Nature, Animals, South America, Latin America, Carnival, Rio de Janeiro, Migration, Colonisation