How Is Ruido Different?
Last night we really enjoyed playing at Amona‘s Restaurant in Warrawong. The girls did their world premiere – Sam and April on strumming and singing and Robyn on Mandolin then drum. Then the rest of the Ruido musicians jumped in to pump up the sound. Many thanks to Mignon of soundsdivinelivesound who calmly handled our complex set-up.
The kiddies in the audience joined in dancing the sevillianas and there were smiles resounding. Thank you all for your generous donations to S.C.A.R.F and thank you such a warm and cozy atmosphere.
It was great to have guests artists: Nitya from Canberra and Marisol of Solymar Flamenco, Mittagong.
Ruido work hard to be inclusive. We encourage everyone to clap along, to cheer and to be involved in any little pranks. This is the spirit of the tablao flamenco, not the high-art flamenco although at times, you might be surprised by the lyrical moments that emerge from the raucous mists.
Our next show is THIS Saturday, break out your warm woolies and brave the cold – you will certainly enjoy the dramatic flamenco feast.
You can continue to contribute to our campaign for SCARF here: https://championsofwelcome.everydayhero.com/au/making-a-noise-ruido-style-for-scarf/wizard/share