NEW BEATS SINFONIC nuevas versiones de la música de los Beatles con arreglos musicales de pop-rock-funk-soul-jazz-latin-afrobeat y la participación de instrumentos de cuerdas y vientos que le dan al mismo el carácter sinfónico.
This Friday, April 10, 2020, the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' goodbye to their audience; It was the end of one of the most listened rock bands since the twentieth century, formed by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, which revolutionized music since the 60s in all its aspects, and at the same time, it was the beginning of many other things. In Rosario the beatle perfume has been smelled for a long time, with musicians making tribute to the Liverpool Four from bands like Tiago & the Birds and Los Bitle, and others sharing those unforgettable songs with a new format and for charitable purposes such as New Beats. The Beatles closed their history on April 10, 1970 through a press release issued by Paul McCartney in which he announced the release of a solo album with which he officially implied that the band was history. They had gone through several months of internal crises and disagreements in the middle of the release of the album Abbey Road. At first it was assumed, and that is how the newspapers of those days titled it, that McCarney was leaving the band, although later it was learned that the previous year it had been John Lennon who had left. In any case, in April 1970 a history full of successes and musical innovation was closing and at the same time the great myth of rock history began to walk. Symphonic and solidarity The positive effects of music are countless and the group's goal New Beats it is simply wonderful. The formation, created in 2012, presents the Beatle repertoire with its own arrangements with female voice and each show they perform is done for charitable purposes. Since 2017, the Rosario group has worked together with the entity Playing for Change School in Diamante Argentina, headed by Patrick Liotta and which builds art and music schools for children in low-income situations, and ACAS Frontier Schools in Argentina donating musical instruments that are bought with the funds raised in their shows. In some of the concerts offered in 2018, instruments were also donated to the Rosario Ludueña Orchestra School. They even had a show planned in the neighboring town of Funes for last Saturday, where they were going to continue with their commitment to help children access education through music, but the preventive isolation against the coronavirus forced the band and Funes authorities to reschedule the concert. Alejandro Bianchi, drummer and founder of the band, shared with El Ciudadano: “We choose The Beatles music because we consider that they have no geographical or age boundaries. Since they appeared at some point in our lives we have all listened to their music and new generations continue to listen to them. Based on this, the repertoire was put together with its own versions (hence the name of the band) to present a different proposal that is part of the structure of the project " New Beats Sinfónico Solidario”. Bianchi highlighted from the Liverpool quartet the mark with which they became known: “I really liked their first stage, with songs with very catchy melodies and lyrics that cited human relationships of friendship, love and good vibes. They were also inspiration for many musicians and bands for the development of music in general worldwide. Also, 50 years after their separation, we must understand what Lennon said: “They are just a rock group that has separated. It's nothing important. If you want to remember the old days you can always listen to his records. And now there are the New Beats to keep their work alive, I think this would be the sound of The Beatles if they were born in the 21st century ”.