ROOTS OF ANDALUZINDIA
Gypsy Connection band
India & Flamenco
A Sons du Monde creation
A FASCINATING MUSICAL JOURNEY IN THE GYPSY LAND...
GYPSY CONNECTION has accumulated successes and multiplied performances throughout the world. For 2022/2023, Gypsies of Rajasthan and Flamenco gypsies present us Roots of Andaluzindia, their new show , a colourful and vibrant fresco revealing the true gypsy soul.
The artists play, sing and dance together to a new music born from their encounter, a universal gypsy song imbued with their ancestral traditions.
The will to exchange around these common roots is displayed in this show with boldness, delight and intensity. Roots of Andaluzindia reminds us how close all the gypsies of the world have remained, and how flamenco is marked by its Indian origins, and still bears in the magical beauty of Rajasthan’s sacred songs and dances. Indian and Spanish artists respond to each other reciprocally, and their art is transformed into a sublime and moving language.
This new exceptional show is the occasion for a great moment of sharing between authentic and captivating artists, who know how to convey their enthusiasm to the audience.
A bewitching and contrasting show that exudes rare energy and fascinates the public.
Cie TEMPO FLAMENCO :
Cristobal Corbel : Guitare
Alberto Garcia : Chant
Cedric Diot : Cajon
Stephen Bedrossian : Contrebasse
Yann Sury : Violon
Alejandra Gonzalez : Danse
AMRAT HUSSAIN Brothers :
Amrat Hussain : Tablas et chant
Sanjay Khan : Harmonium et chant
Teepu Khan : Tablas et chant
Sharmila Sharma : Danse
Festival International de Musique de Besançon 2022
IN THE PRESS
This show is a real meeting place of gypsies emotions ! Unique, enchanting and exciting ! The Daily Mail
A sumptuous gypsy evening of music and sharing in front of an enchanted, enthusiastic and conquered audience.
Gypsies from the Gypsy Connection Band gave festival-goers a superb show filled with emotion and energy. L’Alsace
Enchantment, grace, emotion, sharing…
The atmosphere that reigned last night at the theater pleased the audience who came in considerable numbers to discover these generous and spirited gypsies. Ouest France