The stage of the Teatro de Rojas hosts this Saturday at 8:00 p.m. the concert offered by the Aragonese singer and songwriter, Carmen París, who is touring with the show 'In synthesis' (35th anniversary) with which she reviews her music trajectory. In addition, this year marks her 15th anniversary since she moved to Madrid and she began to record her own songs and make herself known in the rest of Spain and "parts abroad," says the artist. Anniversaries preceded by the National Prize for Current Music that was awarded at the end of 2014.
'In synthesis' the singer offers a bouquet of the most significant songs from her four albums, each of which has been awarded multiple prizes as the best roots or fusion music albums, accompanied for this task by the Uruguayan musician Diego Ebbeler on piano and by the percussions by the great Madrid-Parisian musician and singer Jorge Tejerina.
María del Carmen París Mondaray, better known as Carmen París (Tarragona, 1966), returns to Toledo, after presenting 'Ejazz con jota' in 2014, an album in the Aragonese jota sounded for the first time accompanied by a Jazz Orchestra of prestigious North American musicians, with Melissa Aldana, her teacher, the legendary saxophonist George Garzone, and with drummer Joel Rosenblatt as guest artist
Carmen Paris has released four albums in her personal discography, of which she has sold nearly 90,000 copies in total and on which national musicians such as Chano Domínguez, Jorge Pardo, Javier Colina, Javier Ruibal, Eliseo Parra, Santiago Auserón, Diego Morao or Juan Manuel Cañizares among others as internationals: George Garzon and Joel Rosenblatt.
The style of the singer is a mixture of rhythms, in which she fuses the Aragonese jota, jazz, Andalusian music and flamenco.