High C Music
GERÓNIMO RAUCH IN CONCERT:
"HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE"
NOVEMBER 22, 2016
After several years of resounding success in the West End Londoner (more than one thousand performances of Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera), the worldwide musical star returns to offer an unconventional night: a unique concert that will go from operettas to musical theatre, passing by incunables of pop such as Let It Be, Something, Yesterday and other songs from the great foursome from Liverpool.
Lyrically trained in musical theatre, Gerónimo is now a complete artist, prepared to face the world with a solid melodic arsenal: his warm voice, elegant phrasing and his honesty about the scene appeal to the deepest sensibilities of an audience that spans multiple generations. Listening to him requires no more than to free oneself from futile thoughts, rid oneself of every breastplate and allow his music to overtake the senses.
Como Jean Valjean en "Los Miserables" (2012)
Gerónimo has more than three brilliant lustrums in the most important roles. He began his career in Argentina with “Les Miserables” (2000) and “Grease” (2001). In 2002 he formed the pop group “Mambrú” together with other performers of the production “Popstars” (the Operation Tribune of Argentina), and with its first production managed to reach triple platinum with more than 120,000 units sold. When the group disbanded in 2005, Gerónimo started working on his solo career again. In 2006 he created the soccer World Cup for Telefé of Argentina, and in 2007 starred in “Jesus Christ Superstar,” first in Argentina and then in Madrid. He then continued his career with the musical “Chicago” and in 2010 he received world recognition for his role as Jean Valjean in the London production of “Les Miserables.” After passing through Madrid on his debut in the lyrical world with a concert in the National Auditorium of Music, he returned to London in 2013 to perform, at the expressed request of Andrew Lloyd Weber, as the Phantom in “The Phantom of the Opera,” becoming the only Latin artist to embrace the roles of Jean Valjean and the Phantom in the West End of London. During his time on the London stage, he also performed concerts alongside the BBC orchestra.
En el "Homenaje a John Wiliams" (2015)
At the end of 2014 he presented in his birth city, Buenos Aires, his own show, titled “Between Miserable and Phantoms.” In 2015 he received recognition as the “Vocalist of the Year” in the Lukas Awards, an awards presentation that celebrates the best contributions of Latin talent in the UK.
Rauch ended 2015 by participating as a special guest in the concert “Movie Music Live: A Tribute to John Williams,” held in the Teatro Real in Madrid, and in which he interpreted the song “Star of Bethlehem,” from the movie “Home Alone,” accompanied by guitarist Carlos Wernicke.
In October 2016 Gerónimo released his first solo album through Sony Music Entertainment, interpreting the most famous songs of the Liverpool quartet that remain in all of our musical memories. The fresh and elegant arrangements of Miguel Angel Collado help to transport us to an exquisite world of rhythms and nuances that make “Here, There and Everywhere” an essential disc in our musical collections.
We will have the pleasure of experiencing it live in concert on November 22 at the Teatro de la Zarzuela, accompanied by some of its characteristic musical theatre themes, such as the romance of operettas, as a nod to the melodies that marked the origin of great music and generator of emotions in which it has become Gerónimo Rauch.
No Puede Ser (de “La Tabernera del Puerto”)
The Music of the Night (de “The Phantom of the Opera”)
Bring Him Home (de “Les Miserables”)
Gethsemane (de “Jesus Christ Superstar”)
FROM THE ALBUM “HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE”
Let It Be
Across the Universe
Don’t Let Me Down
Here, There and Everywhere
I Want to Hold Your Hand
We Can Work It Out
-Monday to Sunday, from 10.00-22h.
TICKET OFFICE: in all theaters in the network of INAEM
TEATRO DE LA ZARZUELA: C/ Jovellanos, 4
-Monday to Friday, from 12.00-18h
-Saturday and Sunday when there is a function, from 15.00-18h
-Saturday and Sunday when there is a no function, closed
AUDITORIO NACIONAL: C/ Príncipe de Vergara, 146
-Monday, from 16-18h
-Tuesday to Friday, from 10.00-17h
-Saturday, from 11.00-13h
Teatro Valle-Inclán: C/ Valencia, 1
-Monday to Friday, from 12.00-hour of the function
-Saturday, Sunday, and festivals, from 14.30-hour of the function
Teatro María Guerrero: C/ Tamayo y Baus, 4
-Monday to Friday, from 12.00-18h
-Saturday, Sunday, and festivals, from 14.30-18h (only on days with functions)
Teatro de la Comedia: C/ Príncipe, 14
-Monday to Friday, from 11.00-hour of function
-Saturday, Sunday, and festivals, from 14.30-hour of function