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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



48 hours in Berlin

Andrew Forbes

classical Greek, Byzantine and Egyptian treasures, then visit the Alte Nationalgalerie for Impressionist and early Modernist artworks. If you're able to plan ahead, then also pay a visit to the Reichstag Dome. In June 1991, after the fall of the wall and


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Summer nights of culture on Playamar


The Playamar beach is going to be the venue for a varied series of films such as Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again and Avengers Infinity War and classical music concerts during the month of August. The films will be shown in wide screen format and ... although in Spanish, all but two will have English subtitles. From 6 to 15 August they will be shown at 10pm while from 20 to 29 August they will be screened at 9.30pm. Also planned for the evenings on the beach are free classical music concerts by the ... Joven Orquesta Provincial de Málaga. The ages of the members of the orchestra range from nine to 16 years and they will be performing a mixture of contemporary and classical music with works by Bach and Vivaldi interspersed with Bohemian Rhapsody and


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Celebrated chamber music quartet comes to Marbella

Tony Bryant

The celebrated Sinoidal Ensemble saxophone quartet will play two concerts on the Costa del Sol later this month. Organised by Marbella-based Project Music, the classical music events will take place in the D-Wine restaurant in Marbella on Wednesday


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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


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Exhibitions, music and events around the province

...and Eventbrite or call 609488572. Chamber Music Festival Estepona. Plaza del Reloj. 8.30pm. 13 September. Cuarteto Tobía perform as part of the Classical 2020 CIEC International Chamber Music Festival. Liliya ... Makarova, violin; Kameliya Naydinova, violin; Irina Yonkova, viola; Sergio Gómez, cello. 20 September. Trío Pompeo perform as part of the Classical 2020 CIEC International Chamber Music Festival. Liliya Makarova, violin; Irina Yonkova, viola; Sergio


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Celebrated Swiss pianist offers recital in Torremolinos bullring


...recital of popular classical music, as well as compositions from his latest recording Pianographie. Organised by Torremolinos town hall, the show has already visited Mallorca, Madrid, Navarra, Cadiz and Granada. Each performance, which is illuminated by ... classical music after studying with several renowned maestros. He has since performed as a soloist in Carnegie Hall in New York, the Opera House in Cairo and the National Concert Hall in Dublin. The show begins at 10pm and tickets, priced between 20 and


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Concerts, talks and classes online keep confined residents busy at home

Denise Bush

...not free however as there is an annual subscription. For over 1,300 free online courses which include everything from guitar lessons, archaeology, and languages to photography and classical mythology as well as access to movies, lectures, audio and



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