Magalí Datzira estrena la live session “Des del menjador”

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Magalí Datzira premieres the live session “Des del menjador”

Magalí Datzira premieres the live session “Des del menjador”

The Catalan artist Magalí Datzira has published a live session of the songs that make up their debut album “From the kitchen” accompanied by her new band. In this case, she titles it “From the menjador”.

Magalí seems to experience some type of special bond with the spaces that make up a home, or at least, we know that the kitchen and dining room take on a special meaning in her imagination. After publishing his first album “From the kitchen”the artist continues in the same line with the live session “From the menjador”an impeccable staging, both aesthetically and sonically, of his most recent repertoire under the direction of Jep Jorba.

This proposal recorded in summer brings us a little closer to the current project of the multifaceted artist, and introduces us to the interesting band that accompanies her, formed by Tony Blackberry (keyboards), David Gimeno (battery) and Vernat (guitar and choirs) that can boast a perfect live performance.

“From the menjador” brings us closer to the live presentation of his album, an intimate and Mediterranean journey that some have already been able to enjoy on past occasions.

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