The premiere was held on Wednesday last week, featuring the fado of Portuguese Mara Pedro and flamenco fusion of Tino Di Geraldo, Alamar. This year, Alamar hosted the third of its four appointments. It traveled to Amo Mexico's warmth and raunchy sounds. Mireia Montavez, who was a participant in Operacion Triunfo's first and most successful edition, directed the show and also led it. She is also an actress and has been producing thematic formats since the beginning of her career.
Alamar found the Faluca Almariya to be a perfect place due to its proximity to the sea and international nature of the musical offerings. Today's concert will be the last in a series of concerts, with Justin Adams and Mauro durante. Admission is free.
Amo Mexico started in the most authentic way with an octet mariachi musicians with guitarrons, ukuleles and trumpets to perform 'El son de la negra. Hat included. Mireia was a star to the beats from 'Amor Eterno'. Her agile and melodic voice adapts well to the mellowness that rancheras are most smitten by love such as Me born of the heart', No me queda mas’ or 'You Only You'.
He encouraged the audience to join him on stage, "It's a pleasure to receive you here tonight with these songs I knew thanks to your mother, and that I am certain that you also know. So I want you to sing along with me." There was room for a round of familiar songs such as 'Mexico Lindo" or El rey'. Also, Armando Manzanero could perform a medley with boleros or allow dancers to enter for songs such as 'Cobarde", 'Asi no te amara, or 'Los Kisses".
The final round would feature more familiar old songs, such as 'La bikina,' 'Volver, Volver,' and 'Luz de luna, which are appropriate for last night’s clear skies, or Costumbres. After 'Jalisco,' which featured songs by Rocio durcal, there was still plenty of repertoire for encores. This ended up making it a very enjoyable summer evening.