Fuego & Black Sheep - RUBÉN S.Á.N.C.H.E.Z.

Performer/maker: RUBÉN S.Á.N.C.H.E.Z.

A crazy world of music, cabaret and dance.

RUBEN S.Á.N.C.H.E.Z. presents his own musical Wonderland through dance, visuals, cabaret and live music. In November 2021, he released his self-produced debut album "Kaninchen". Armed with songs from the album and other disciplines, he shares his questions about the reality we live in.

About RUBÉN S.Á.N.C.H.E.Z.
The Spanish & Dutch RUBÉN S.Á.N.C.H.E.Z., born september 21st 1993, is a singer-songwriter-composer from Amsterdam. His fascination for science-fiction movies, pop music and the mysteries of life are what inspired him to become an artist. Since early childhood he began exploring theatre, music producing, piano, dance, camera work, video editing, as well as fashion design. The more dimensions he could explore, the more he could cultivate his own magical reality in today’s world. Inspired by artists like Christine and The Queens, Stromae, Childish Gambino, Lady GaGa and Prince, he wanted to create his own (multidimensional) path in the entertainment industry, still keeping his dreamworld close to his heart.  

After graduating at the Urban Contemporary (JMD) department in 2016, while performing throughout Europe in musicals in his 4th internship year (including West Side Story and Fiddler on the Roof), he decided to only focus on bringing his own explorations through music and performance. That’s when Sánchez started to develop original musical concerts with dance & cabaret. He won several prices for his musical concerts. In the competition Cinedans, he won the Best Videoclip for The Rabbit dance in 2016. In 2017 he won Best Theatre Performance in IDD Festival. In 2019 his music got selected by the Jazz Orchestra of the Concert Gebouw to play with them in Paradiso Noord Amsterdam and Podium Mozaïek. Right now he is busy releasing his very first own Electro Pop album. It promises to be an energetic trip with electronic, hiphop, afro and latin influences. 


Grote Zaal - starting time 19:30 hrs
Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond
Nes 45, Amsterdam

Dates and tickets:
Thursday 30 June
Friday 1 July
Saturday 2 July