With the House of memories, the theater Le Florida de Septfonds, will present, Wednesday February 26 at 8 pm, the musical story “Viento del pueblo” written in 2011 by Vicente Pradal and Coraly Zahonero, of the Comédie Française, from life and the work of Miguel Hernandez, the shepherd poet of Orihuela. “Today, we have decided to reinvent this show in a more intimate version, condensed in a duet, that of a couple who comes to highlight another couple in order to bring them out of the shadows where history has never stopped diving “explains Vicente Pradal who specifies:” This new version, refined, will allow us to share in a theatrical and musical mano a mano, their moving history and the verses of one of the greatest contemporary poets, the ‘author of Andaluces de Jaen “.
Born in 1957 in Toulouse, Vicente Pradal is the son of the Andalusian painter Carlos Pradal, grandson of Gabriel Pradal, deputy of the province of Almeria under the Republic. He has given hundreds of concerts, alongside Juan Varea, Rafael Romero, Carmen Linares, Enrique Morente and Pepe Habichuela.
In 2000, he composed and directed L’Amour de loin, based on the poems of Jaufre Rudel, a 12th century Occitan troubadour. Since then, his musical creations have been composed on the lines of writers and poets, such as Assia Djebar, Pablo Neruda, Jorge Luis Borges, Leon Felipe, Miguel Hernandez, Miguel de Unamuno.
Entering the Montpellier conservatory at the age of fifteen, Coraly Zahonero took her first steps as an actress thanks to Jean Négroni who made her her Juliet in 1986, in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Appointed 504th member of the Comédie-Française on January 1, 2000, she has since participated in various theatrical experiences. It multiplies the appearances in the cinema and on television. We see it in particular in Claude Sautet in Nelly and Monsieur Arnaud and in Cédric Klapisch in Riens du tout and Everyone seeks his cat.
She is a Knight in the Order of Arts and Letters and president of the Chant des hommes association, with an artistic and solidarity vocation.
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