Marina Heredia will participate as a guest artist with Pablo Heras-Casado, Solidarity Ambassador of the NGO, in the VII Gran Concierto de Ayuda en Acción at the Teatro Real in Madrid where she will sing El Amor Brujo by Manuel de Falla together and the Madrid Symphony Orchestra, on 15 June. Apart from this debut at the Teatro Real, Marina Heredia has performed El Amor Brujo with Pablo Heras-Casado and some of the most important orchestras in the world, such as the Chicago Symphony and the San Francisco Symphony. Together with the Orchestra of St Luke they performed this work at the Carnegie Hall in New York, and they will do it again next season with the Berlin Radio Orchestra in two mythical halls of the German capital such as the Philharmonie and the Konzerthaus.

In addition to Heras-Casado, Marina Heredia has often worked with some other important conductors on various occasions: Josep Vicent, at the Rouen Opera and the Lille Orchestra in France, and at the Palacio de Festivales de Cantabria; Manuel Hernández-Silva, in the spectacular production of La Fura del Baus at the Granada Festival with the Andalusian Youth Orchestra, and in a new collaboration with an important Spanish orchestra and festival that will be announced soon; or Antoni Ros Marbá, with the orchestra Ciudad de Granada at the Bilbao Musika-Música Festival. Marina Heredia became the most internationally demanded flamenco singer to afford the Falla’s El Amor Brujo.

Marina Heredia en el Teatro Real con Heras Casado

On the other hand, Marina Heredia continues her brilliant career as a flamenco singer. On June 18 and 19 she will present her show Lorca y la Pasión. Un mar de sueños at the Teatros del Canal in Madrid, and on June 25 she will launch her fifth album with Universal, Capricho, whose single ‘Se nos perdió el amor‘, recently released, has the participation of the amazing trumpet player Pacho Flores as a guest artist.