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Tamara Rojo cronista del Telegraph

NotaPublicado: Sab Ene 03, 2009 2:56 pm
por Esperanza
Bueno espero que no se enfaden los de Ballet Co pero me parece interesante la noticia de esta faceta de nuestra bailarina.
Como veréis Tamara hace un elogio de la cantante Argentina Elena Roger en el papel de Piaf en el musical del mismo nombre. http://www.ballet.co.uk/dcforum/happening/7119.html
Stars who will shine in 2009 - Musical Theatre: Elena Roger
by (rather surprisingly) Tamara Rojo
"playing the title role in Piaf at the Vaudeville, she has once again proved what an extraordinary talent she is."
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/cult ... Roger.html

Por lo que cuenta Tamara “Piaf” parece uno de esos musicales que harán historia, espero que un día lo traigan a Madrid y lo interprete Elena Roger.

"Elena Roger burst on to the London theatre scene in 2006, black-haired from Argentina, to star in Evita. That was the first time I saw her, and her amazing voice and beauty blew me away. Now playing the title role in Piaf at the Vaudeville, she has once again proved what an extraordinary talent she is. The production originated at Michael Grandage’s Donmar Warehouse, but is directed by the up-and-coming talent Jamie Lloyd, associate director on Evita. Roger, despite her diminutive stature, gives a towering performance. She looks and sounds the part but she isn’t purely mimicking the little sparrow – she makes the role her own, and by the end of an evening when she has seldom left the stage you know that you have been in the presence of a great artist.
She transforms herself from the teenage street singer to the crippled, drugged wreck of Piaf’s later years, all the while delivering the familiar chansons with a haunting voice that belies her size. Both this brilliant performance and her recently released solo album Vientos del sur mark her out as a talent to watch, especially as awards season approaches"