…and the winner are SuRealistas !! They win #Sillumina/SIAE 2017 grant for international tours: France, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland and Germany in collaboration with Musicastrada Booking & Management
Surealistas win #Sillumina/SIAE 2017 grant for international tours touring in France, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland and Germany in collaboration with Musicastrada Booking & Management
Queste le date del tour:
20.04.2018 – Le Black Sheep – Café concert, Aubenas | France
21.04.2018 – Le K’fé Quoi, Forcalquier | France
19.05.2018 – Afropfingsten Festival 2018, Winterthur | Switzerland
25.05.2018 – KulturPunkt, Flawil |Switzerland
13.07.2018 – Trefpunt Festival / Gentse Feesten, Gent | Belgium
08.09.2018 – De Nacht Van de Kaap Festival, Rotterdam | The Netherlands
05.10.2018 – Café culture LE GUEULARD, Nilvange | France
12.10.2018 – MieV – Musikerinitiative e.V., Geislingen an der Steige | Germany
13.10.2018 – Peissnitzhaus, Halle – Saale | Germany
SuRealistas’ family arrived in Italy in 2005 where the three sons discovered their real roots, a place where they really belong.
Originally composed by three Argentinian brothers Jeremías, Joaquín and Agustín Cornejo, they are now eight members (but better to say brothers) from Tuscany and Southern Italy.
With a typical realism of the Southern area and their music dreams, they travel across Hispanic tradition, unstoppable flamenco rhythms, nostalgic tangos, songwriters’ intimacy and Afro-Cuban music, jazz feelings and “frenesie da bailanta”, without forgetting their idea of music, made up of irony, exuberance and interaction with the public.
Thanks to Jeremías and Joaquín’s best writing skills, their songs are all original, although strongly linked to Latin American tradition and Argentinian, Caribbean and Brazilian rhythms. Their chemistry is made up of young age unscrupulousness, a great writing ability, and a remarkable musical talent.
Line Up Jeremías Cornejo: vocals, guitar, ukulele | Francesco Messina: vocals, percussions | Agustín Cornejo: vocals, guitar | Mauro La Mancusa: trumpet | Joaquín Cornejo: piano, melodica, alto sax | Gianni Valenti: tenor sax | Matteo Bonti: bass | Pietro Borsò: drums, percussions