Sounds From Spain is the platform that was created to support the internationalization of the Spanish music industry, and includes public institutions as ICEX Spain Exportation and Inversions, the National Institute of Performing Arts and Music-INAEM, and private institutions as AIE Artists Association, SGAE Foundation representatives, the Association of Music Agents-ARTE, Music Producers Spain-Promusicae and the Independent Phonographic Union – UFI. Its main goal is to foment the internationalization of the Spanish music. Join us at a networking cocktail hosted by Sounds From Spain from 3:00PM until 6:00PM with 3 shows by Malva Vela, Vicente Navarro, Lia Kali & Laura Low.
VICENTE NAVARRO Vicente Navarro is a musician and actor from Madrid, whose music mixes Spanish and Latin American folklore with urban music and electronic. He studied in Rodolfo Halffter’s conservatory, in Mósteles, where he started his career in popular music, being one of the finalists in Young Creators’ Contest of Madrid Community, in 2007. In 2010 he created the duet ‘Pájaro’ with his friend Xoel Yáñez, with whom he published the EP ‘Tiempo vs Dinero’. During 2018 Vicente recorded his first album ‘Casi Tierra’ with producer Eduardo Figueroa. It was edited by El Tragaluz on June 7, 2019, achieving a great welcome by the audience and specialized media. He was also nominated to Best World Music and Fusion’s Album in MIN Awards, which took him to perform at Prado Museum, in FIAS 2020’s programming. ‘Casi Tierra’ reflects on the belonging needs, something essential in the human being, using the land and folklore as the main scene. Since that research, each of the ten songs that define the album speaks about sexism, Civil War, new masculinity or homosexual love. Even though Vicente’s voice and the spanish guitar take us to the past, the electronic arrangements give ‘Casi Tierra’ a contemporary sound, inspired in urban music, dancehall or Spanish an Latin American author’s song from the 60s and 70s. Each of the songs in the album have been written by Vicente Navarro and produced by Eduardo Figueroa. The album has been recorded at Estudio A Sonido, mixed by Carlos Hernández and mastering by Caco Refojo (PKO Studios).