Camaleón is a Spanish-Dutch group that comes to Teatro Munganga with a mix of flamenco and intimate, acoustic Spanish songs. The last two years, they made summer tours through Spain,
playing concerts in Albacete, La Manga del Mar Menor, Tarifa and at the festival La Isla Ciudad Flamenca in San Fernando (Cádiz). Music by Serrat, Carlos Cano, Los Delinqüentes, Paco de
Lucia, Silvio Rodriguez and many others. This concert is in special collaboration with the aerial dancer Carolina Dorell, born in Argentina, and pianist Machteld de Kok, who will open the night
with a multidisciplinary performance. Enjoy a Spanish night out with Camaleón! (https://www.facebook.com/camaleonmusica)
Carolina Dorell was born in Argentina where she started her dance education in early childhood. Thanks to her solid background in Jazz ,Contemporary and Tango, Carolina has
performed as a professional dancer across the globe for more than 10 years. She is an expressive performer who thrives to create and innovate, allowing her to capture the audience with
her moves. In 2015 she moved to the Netherlands where she continues to develop her artistic expression in interactive performances in Art galleries, concerts and other events. In all her work, Carolina aims to “capture the moment” through the experience of art. For this concert she will be performing two pieces : an aerial and a light dance. The pieces are inspired by the emotions of the Spanish music. https://youtu.be/Z0czgnvZz6g
Alberto Alaejos Garcia (vocals and guitar) grew up in Albacete, Castilla-La Mancha. With his warm and sensual voice, he has been giving recitals of Spanish folk music since he was very young.
A few years ago he moved from Spain to Amsterdam, to share his musical roots with the Dutch audience.
Tim van de Brug (flamenco guitar) studied flamenco with Eric Vaarzon Morel at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.
He won several Dutch national guitar competitions and teaches at the music school of Amsterdam.
Terence Samson (percussion) is specialized in Latin percussion and participates in various projects.
Machteld de Kok (piano) has been playing the piano since a very young age. She has followed masterclasses in both Austria and The Netherlands.
Although primarily trained in classical and romantic music, she is active in chamber music projects in very different styles.