HBO is back with another concert special that brings different cultures and backgrounds together in celebration of music. Detroit-born pianist Arthur Hanlon, an Irish American, who has devoted his career to Latin music, joins five female artists representing five different countries and musical styles: Puerto Rico’s Kany Garcia, Colombia’s Goyo, Venezuela’s Nella, Spain’s Natalia Jimenez, and Venezuelan American Evaluna Montaner in Piano Y Mujer debuting Friday, April 16 on HBO Latino and will be available to stream on HBO Max.
Piano Y Mujer, acquired from Sony Music Latin and produced by Loud And Live Studios, celebrates women and Latin music. Filmed at the Faena Theater in Miami last October, the special delights us with timeless compositions and reimagined renditions of “Hoy ya me voy,” “Me llaman Nella,” and “Gotas de lluvia/La reina del combo,” alongside intimate behind-the-scenes moments with the artists. The concert special is accompanied by Hanlon’s latest studio album of the same name which will be released on April 9. Produced by Motiff (Gloria Estefan, Gente de Zona, Yandel), the 13 tracks of the album include three instrumentals by Arthur and 10 collaborations with five of the most important women in Latin music.
Watch the trailer below.
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