The drag from Valles will perform with the Barcelona Gay Man’s Chorus before the festival, which will be screened on a giant screen
Eurovision has become a phenomenon that Daniel Anglès, director of the Teatre Condal invites you to enjoy at Paral.lel with a show that encompasses much more. The Vallesan drag Sharonneaccompanied by Barcelona Gay Man’s Chorus (BGMC) conducted by Gerard Ibáñez, will be in charge of opening the evening and animating the gala. She who participated in the Benidorm Fest with ‘Aire’ and won the second season of Drag Race Spain will show off his talent in a ‘show’ that will end just in time to be able to have a drink before enjoy the eurovision gala projected on a huge screen and with the best sound. During the break, the bar will serve a special menu with nods to the song festival prepared by the Valencian chef Ximo Gramage. It will be quite a party and there are few tickets left, they indicate from the theater, enthusiastic about the response of the public that from the Condal will encourage White Doverepresentative of Spain with ‘Eaea’.
This week music is the protagonist in the Condal where both the invited artists and the BGMC collaborate in the shows to help the NGO Casal dels Infants. Every day a different singer has performed with this unique choir, uninhibited Largest LGTBIQ+ choral formation in Spain who have recorded the album ‘We have a voice’.
On Wednesday they sang with the vocalist from Cádiz Natalie that she has come a long way since she was selected to enter the first edition of ‘Operación Triunfo’. On Thursday she joined them Soraya, a specialist in pop and dance who also participated in ‘OT’ and in 2009 represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest, with the song ‘La noche es para mí’. Without a doubt, she would also have been another good candidate to present the show this Saturday.
After the Eurovision night, the BGMC will close its performances this Sunday with Lorraine Gomezsinger who won ‘OT’ in 2006.