Cita en Maestranza
January, 8 p.m.
- Hall: Main Auditorium
Ana Guerra comes of age
Since the “hurricane” of taking part in the television show Operación Triunfo in 2017, Ana Guerra has evolved. TikTak, a single of her new and second album, shows us a more serene singer, someone who has grown up. There are 12 songs in which Ana Guerra says she has removed “the band-aids” to talk about a crucial moment of coping and change.
Created with the pandemic very much in mind, this new recording is, without doubt, a turning point in the successful career of the singer from the Canaries. She decided against launching a previous album which was all ready to go because “that was no longer me and one cannot lie to the public”
A demanding artist, Ana Guerra (Tenerife, Canary Islands 1994), first appeared in children’s television programmes in 2002. She was 8 years old and already knew she wanted to be a singer. Since then and while going up in the sales charts and receiving “discos de oro” with songs like Lo malo or Ni la hora, Ana Guerrra has continued to grow and develop in collaborations with David Bustamante, Mike Bahía, Alejandro Sanz or Juan Luis Guerra.
Acerca de Ana Guerra
Uno de los rostros más populares en la música de nuestro país, en 2018 irrumpió en el panorama musical español y lo hacía para quedarse. La cantante tinerfeña tiene una voz profunda y versátil, una vocación que se intuye indestructible y una fotogenia difícil de discutir. A la capacidad de adaptarse a las exigencias de repertorios muy diversos conviene sumar la actitud con que Ana –que solo tiene 27 años– afronta el día a día.