After four albums and a nomination to Latin Grammys 2017, Las Migas returns to their Flamenco roots with a new show featuring the songs from their forthcoming record, “Empathy,” stressing the strong ties among these four dynamic women that has led to Las Migas’ unique style and international popularity. It features the passionate Gypsy singing of Carolina La Chispa, the twin guitars of Marta Robles and Alicia Grillo, and the free-form violin of Roser Loscos, plus rhythmic hand-clapping and percussion.
The four women of Las Migas come from four different cities that span not only the geography of Spain but also its cultural diversity–Barcelona, Sevilla, Merida and Lerida. The two Andalusians are the guitarists: Marta Robles, the veteran, and Alicia Grillo, the youngest musician of the group. The Catalan is Roser Loscos on violin and the most recent member, the new lead singer Carolina La Chipsa, is from Extremadura. They all came to the group with one common passion: Flamenco. You can hear it in the rhythms of the guitarists, the dancing violin lines, and the raw power of the vocals.