- The band led by Claudio Valenzuela rocked a show of over an hour and a half, in front of a crowded waterfront, before the screening of the documentary Cuando Respiro en tu Boca.
- Sonora Austral, Tomo Como Rey, Malicia, and Camila Moreno will be part of the coming sessions.
Around 9pm this Tuesday, renowned Chilean rockers Lucybell played the first session of CINEMAS, a free-of-charge festival section devoted to outdoor film-and-music shows, taking place next to Foucault’s Pendulum, at the waterfront. Valdivian audiences and FICValdivia attendees took over the Sciences Waterfront (Costanera de la Ciencia), where they enjoyed over an hour and half of the band’s greatest hits.
The concert, which included Nano Celeste, the Valdivian group that opened the show, was the lead-in to the screening of the documentary by Carlos Moena, Cuando Respiro en tu Boca (2018), which delves in the recording process of Peces, the first album by the Santiago-based band. The picture shows in detail the conflicts and artistic disagreements the musicians had to overcome, as well as the key moments during the eight days it took to record the music, under the wing of Argentinean producer Mario Breuer.
The coming sessions will feature live music by La Sonora Austral, and Tomo Como Rey, for the screening of Mi Amigo Alexis (2019), by Alejandro Fernández, on Thursday October 10, beginning at 8pm. On Friday 11, before the showing of Pangea (2019), by Alberto Hayden, the music acts on the stage will be Malicia, and Camila Moreno.
These shows are done in partnership with the Asociación de Músicos de Rock Valdivia (Valdivia Association of Rock Musicians), as part of their 20th anniversary, with contributions by the Los Ríos Regional Government. The activity is free of charge.