VIDEOS

Pilar Almalé's music videos reflect the spirit, style and moods of the music she performs. They also depict faithfully the visual and aural experience of her concerts

ALMALÉ
"LOS GUISADOS DE LA BERENJENA"

Almalé interprets the Sephardic song "Los guisados de la berenjena" ('Eggplant stews' in Spanish) at the Fábrica de Chocolate, a cultural space in Zaragoza. The song is available on the studio album Hixa Mía

PILAR ALMALÉ
"AQUELARRE" OST

Pilar Almalé performs "Aquelarre", a fragment of the original soundtrack for the short film "The boy who portrayed monsters" directed by Barbecho productions
Original music by Pilar Almalé. Recording made by Néstor Rubio in the Church of Báguena

ALMALÉ'S FIRST ALBUM

Almalé is the personal project created and directed by the violagambist Pilar Almalé, who, after many years of musical and artistic experimentation, begins this project in 2020 with three musicians as brilliant as they are different in origin and style. All three are jazz players: Thomas Kretzschmar, French violinist specializing in the Grappelli language; Alex Comín, guitarist and regular musician on the Zaragoza jazz scene, and Fran Gazol; jazz percussionist and drummer

ALMALÉ

Improvisation on "Andalusian Cadence"

CECI N'EST PAS BAROQUE

An interpretation of the Allemande "Pièces à trois violes" by Jean Baptiste Forqueray (1699-1782). Recorded in Vigo with Patricia R.Rivera and Luca Cescotti on the viola da gamba

CARANZALEM
"AY QUE ME ABRASO"

"Ay que me abraso" by Juan Gargía de Zéspedes (ca.1619-1678) performed by Caranzalem with Elena Escartin on the recorder & voice, and Paula Brieba on the baroque guitar

CARANZALEM
"ON SUURI SUN RANTAN AUTIUS"

A tradicitional Finnish song based on a poem by Clara Astarloa. Video recording by Ángel Álvarez. Video editing by Pilar Almalé. Sound recording by Rubén Díez

CARANZALEM 
"NANI / A LA UNA Y LA BRUJA"

"Nani / A la una yo nací" (Sephardic translation) and "La Bruja" (Caranzalem, 2014, based on a fragment of the theme Häxan by Lars Demian, 1957) performed by Caranzalem with Elena Escartín on the recorder

L'ANIMAL SONORE

Concert XLIV by Monsier de Sainte-Colombe (1640 circa - 1700 circa), performed by L'Animal Sonore. Recorded in Seville

"PILAR ALMALÉ'S OFFICIAL WEBSITE.
VIOLA DA GAMBA, EARLY MUSIC AND ART"

Photography by @mariajett @ana_tao — Fashion by @malditamariafaldas