Blanco gives voice and rhythm to a selection of authors from the literary generation of '27, performing music that delves into the emotions that permeate the collections of poems and address universal themes, personalized in the lives of each of them such as love, pain, exile, beauty, sorrow or remorse.
They are pieces by writers such as Carmen Conde, Ernestina de Champourcin, Concha Méndez, Josefina Romo, Pilar de Valderrama, Elisabeth Mulder, Dolores Catarinéu or Margarita Ferreras.
All of them, Sheila Blanco herself states in an interview with El Magazín Cultural, had "admirable courage" since "in poetry they found a way to let off steam, express themselves and be themselves, much more than in daily life, because in "Every day their reality, their society treated them differently because they were women and they found freedom in their work."
La Councilor for Culture, Mavi Pérez, highlighted the work of Sheila Blanco to value the role of women in literature and especially of the authors of the generation of '27. Likewise, she wanted to emphasize that this concert is free and "so all the neighbors will be able to approach poetry and music hand in hand
of this prestigious composer.