Yo soy el que soy is a theatrical show based on Aaron Lee’s recently published autobiography. It is a story of survival. A quest for freedom, identity and acceptance.
Born in Madrid, with South Korean roots, Aaron grew up in a traditional and religious Korean family. Born to a pianist mother and an orchestra conductor father, he studied the violin from the age of four until he had to escape after his parents discovered he was gay. He was abused, abducted by his father to a desert island and denigrated for his sexual orientation until he managed to flee his home. He survived as best he could, even playing in the streets to buy food.
This performance narrates in first person the harsh and incredible journey of a boy who never wanted to renounce who he was and who found his salvation in music. A hymn to tolerance, love and self-improvement.
4 - 19:30
PricesFriends of Arriaga:
Groups, young people, over-65s, unemployed, large families and people with 33%+ disability:
Last minute discount (for above-mentioned groups, except Friends of Arriaga):
Last minute discount for Young Friends of Arriaga:
People with disabilities who use wheelchairs: