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12:14

What to do

Piano recitals to mark Beethoven's 250th birthday

Tony Bryant

In order to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, international classical pianist Cahal Masterson will perform two concerts on the Costa del Sol this month. Described by the Belfast Telegraph as a musician who ... drinks and canapés. Along with a programme of classical music, the audience are invited to engage in a question and answer session with the pianist after the concert. The second concert will be held in the D-Wine Restaurant in Marbella on Tuesday 28

15:50

Classical concert kicks off 2020 in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar Philharmonic Society is organising the New Year's Concert at the John Mackintosh Hall on Tuesday 7 January at 8.30 pm. Tickets cost £20 and are available from Sacarello's Coffee Shop in Irish Town, the Silver Shop at 222 Main Street,

17:14

What to do

A new season of opera and ballet at the Teatro Cervantes in Malaga

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Romeo and Juliet will be staged by the Russian National Ballet on 27 November and Sleeping Beauty, performed by the Saint Petersburg Classical Ballet company, on 11 December. The same ballet company will perform the Christmas classic Swan Lake at the

16:42

LifeStyle

8 November 1975: Birth of Spanish dancer Ángel Corella

Tony Bryant

April 2008, Corella established the Corella Ballet in Castilla y León, the first classical ballet company in Spain in 20 years: in 2012, the company moved to Barcelona and became the Barcelona Ballet. The company has received high acclaim and has gained

14:49

Gibraltar

Bocelli delights fans as part of Gibraltar National Day celebrations

Ash Bolton

Not one, not two, but three. That's how many standing ovations were given to Andrea Bocelli at the end of his concert in Gibraltar last Monday evening. Billed as the biggest selling solo classical artist of all time, the Italian singer performed

14:24

Opinion

War of the rosés

ANDREW J. LINN

...argument about which type of rosé is best. The purists always maintain that the classical 'onion skin' Provençal version, frankly insipid in both taste and colour, is the gold standard, while southern Europeans hold on to the belief that wine, whatever it

15:20

Gibraltar

September, a mega month of music to get Gibraltar rocking

Debbie Bartlett

It's music, music, music and some very famous names all the way in Gibraltar this month with a series of major events, many of which tie in with the Celebrations around National Day, which is on 10 September. On Tuesday, 3 September the Gibraltar

14:37

Opinion

Is there spaghetti in Bologna?

ANDREW J. LINN

...assumed manipulation of a classical Spanish dish. But the critics were wrong. Originally paella was a dish for the poor and was intended to include any food that was available, even leftovers. Snails and rabbit, harvested from the countryside, were