It is already available in Disney the colombian series “The Graves Club”starring the singer-songwriter Carlos Vivesin these 10 episodes of approximately half an hour each, the public will be able to discover the professor “Amaranth Molina” and his way to teach his students the magic of music and other values such as friendship and camaraderie.
About, THE REPORTER He spoke with Vives about this premiere, which also means his return to the screen. “I am very happy to return, to act again, to have that dynamic of studying your scripts and immersing ourselves in this Disney world again. Also, identifying with a character like ‘Amaranth’not only as artists, but also sharing with him that information that music teaches us, including the smallest and most local music, connecting us with the world through themIt doesn’t matter what language you sing in, because music is the language that really connects us.”
It highlights that in the midst of an industry that builds walls and separates, music is a great opportunity to build bridges. Also, his character “Amaranth”has a peculiarity with hearing, it seems that his gift is also a kind of problem, because certain sounds disturb him.
“Amaranto has a story, that’s why at first we started to feel weird about what’s happening to her, but over time you discover the story behind all that and that way of being. He begins to break that ice and try to get over the things he is burdened with. It’s funny, (Amaranto) has elements that helped me a lot to find a character that has flesh and substance”.
“Amaranto” is hired by “Eduardo Kramer” (Julian Arango) because he has the task of making his students see that music is not the ideal path for them, but in reality, he will help them to exploit their full potential. “That’s the problem with ‘Mr. Kramer’ y los ‘Mrs. Kramer’s’ that have existed in the industry, which has the manual of the success of the new figures. And ‘Kramer’ values only those students who sing in English or sing the pop that the industry says is successful, or who imitate those artists who are very successful and who are generally in United States or Europeand he sends the rest to this poor room where the oldest instruments and the worst equipment are, because the idea is that they are told that music is not really the way and they dedicate themselves to other things”.
And of course this professor doesn’t believe that and discovers in them a great talent, “in addition to everything they bring with them, their places of origin, like ‘Romario’ who brings this flavor of the Afro-Pacific, the same ‘Lala’ who comes from Cartagena, from the Caribbean and there among other things, I tell you that in that original African folklore appears what we now call reggaetón. So, this is a great happiness, the joy of living music, versus what ‘Kramer’ does, which is to exclude the whole world”.
Finally, about this rivalry that he lives with the director “Kramer”, personified by Julián, he highlights that he had a lot of fun, “Julián is a clown, he is a clown, it is very difficult not to laugh, you have to concentrate a lot when doing the scenes, he is a wonderful actorhis character is detestable, because one cannot be so shameless, he is a smoke seller ”.
The series also stars Kevin Bury, Elena Vives, Brainer Gamboa, Maria Fernanda Marin, Catherine Polo, Gregory Umana, Manuela Duque, Salome Camargo, Juan Camilo Gonzalez, Juan Diego Baker, Pitizion, Juan Manuel Lenis, Luis Fernando Salas, Giseth, Deisy and Zoila Mariano, Melanie Dell’Olmo and Sharik Abusaid.
“Amaranto Molina” is an unconventional music teacher who comes to teach at a school specialized in music education; that, with his disruptive methods, he will take charge of “Los Graves”, embarking with his students on a transformative musical journey that will help him heal wounds and inspire each of the young people to express his unique talent.
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