The beauty of the oral tradition, the instrumental richness, the poetic inspiration, Sephardic culture, the strength of the rhythm, and the mixture of styles come together in Evoéh. A mix of distant and surprisingly familiar sounds that, over the centuries, have enriched the Spanish cultural melting pot. Fusion and reinterpretation reach us through the voice and percussion of Ariana Barrabés together with the strings of Jesús Olivares (guitar, Arabic oud and African harp). They usually collaborate with other artists, even with dance, depending on the occasion.
Blanca Altable believes in inspiration as a fleeting spark of connection with the profound self. She sees music as poetry made into sound. The vital fire of the artist is the act of creation itself. This magnificent art, which is music, becomes a deity to whom she pays homage. The information is infinite, and the paths are numerous. Through experimentation, improvisation, and the use of effect pedals and loops, an album emerges, where Water serves as the muse. Violin, voice, percussion, loops. “The Forms of Water” is a unique space of self-discovery brought to life in the form of an album. It represents a new horizon of mini-maximalism where the composer invites the audience to immerse themselves in the liquid that gives life.