The popular Colombian Latin pop band Morat was received and applauded by a euphoric audience that on Saturday night filled the Coca-Cola Music Hall from the T-Mobile District, to enjoy their concert “If yesterday were today”, in what was their first visit to Puerto Rico, as part of their world tour.
Its young members Juan Pablo Isazaguitar and voice; Juan Pablo Villamil, guitar, bass and vocals; Martin Vargaspercussion and choirs, and Simon Vargasbass and choirs began the musical evening with the successful songs ‘Besos en guerra’, ‘506′, ‘Al aire’ and ‘Please don’t leave’ demonstrating their interpretive quality, dedication, passion and stage mastery that for 12 years has positioned as the number one Spanish-speaking band.
Other songs such as ‘Second dishes’, ‘Learning to love you’, ‘I should have assumed it’, ‘Point and apart’, ‘My luck’ and ‘Idiota’ stood out during the course of the show, where the audience simply could not stay in their chairs. .
On the other hand, one of the most emotional moments of the night was the performance of the song “When love escapes,” which served as the setting for a couple in love to get engaged.
After performing 22 songs during almost two hours of show, Morat said goodbye to Puerto Rico with the song “How dare you” to close what was undoubtedly a memorable night. The band managed to captivate and conquer the Puerto Rican audience and demonstrated its undeniable influence on Latin pop music.
The concert “If Yesterday Were Today”, which broke pre-sale records, validated that there is a captive, faithful audience eager to enjoy this type of musical genre. The concert was produced by Osvaldo Rocafort for Lana Productions together with Emporio Group.