Did you (re) see Coco yesterday on television and want to extend the experience? AlloCiné advises you on the Disney + streaming platform for the exceptional concert that celebrates Mexican culture.
Three years after its theatrical release, M6 broadcast last night the excellent Coco, a Disney film that pays homage to Mexican culture and the famous Day of the Dead with its catchy music. If you want to find this colorful universe, we advise you on the platform Disney + the concert “Coco: behind the scenes of music”. For 45 minutes, many artists take the stage of the Hollywood Bowl accompanied by an orchestra of 60 musicians to cover the film’s flagship titles, such as Recuérdame (Forget me not), La Llorona, Un Poco Loco or El Mundo es mi familia. The opportunity for all those who participated and the thousands of spectators present to once again celebrate Mexican music and culture and to discover a little more about El Día de Muertos. You will recognize on stage Eva Longoria and Benjamin Bratt (who play the hosts), the Mexican artist Carlos Rivera (who recorded the Spanish version of Ne M’oublie Pas) and even Jaime Camil (the father of Jane The Virgin)! You will also hear traditional songs such as Le Sandunga, performed by star Natalia Jimenez.
A concert which is an explosion for the ears but also for the eyes. While a good number of spectators came in disguise, the artists are surrounded on stage by dancers wearing traditional outfits and even alebrijes! Between two songs, the director of Coco Skeet Ulrich, the actors or the artists take the floor to tell us behind the scenes of the film and the concert.
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