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10:59

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Making jazz music on the Costa Tropical

Jennie Rhodes

Although she has been singing and playing piano and guitar since she was a child, it wasn't until Almuñécar-based British singer Sophie Newick turned 50 that she started recording her own music and releasing albums. Sophie, 56, writes and ... the world's most famous opera singers. Although Sophie admits she has never sung opera professionally, she says the training was an excellent basis for all the styles of music she performs. She started singing in a band while living in Madrid, ... silver lining to the Covid-19 pandemic has been more time to write and record music and she has "learned to appreciate her local surroundings and nature". She started going on long walks with her dog and rehearsing in the local countryside. "I put my

18:14

Opinion

Simple past

Peter Edgerton

Like most pop stars, Mick Jagger has said lots of risible stuff over the years, with "Anything worth doing is worth over-doing," being a prime example. That's a philosophy which might explain - though never excuse - his shoulder pads in the nineteen

18:18

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Music returns after a year to one of Malaga's most iconic venues

Regina SOTORRÍO

After over a year closed due to coronavirus restrictions, live music is back at the Unicaja María Cristina concert hall. The venue reopened its doors on Thursday night with a performance from Prague's Halir Trio and the Malaga Philharmonic Society

17:20

Opinion

Message parlour

Peter Edgerton

The word 'celebrity' is an extremely odd one because it frequently applies to people that aren't really celebrated at all, rather gawped at by an incredulous public with nothing much better to do. Here in Spain, the covers of gossip magazines are

18:32

What to do

Madcap afternoon in aid of Lions Club Alzheimer's group

Tony Bryant

A fun-filled charity afternoon will be held at the Village Inn, Riviera del Sol, in aid of the Mijas Lions Club Alzheimer's Support Group tomorrow, Saturday 17 April. Under the banner of Zingo, the "madcap" event will be hosted by two accomplished

14:09

Opinion

Easter Eden

Peter Edgerton

Not surprisingly, Holy Week has proved a somewhat subdued affair here in Malaga this year. Processions have been prohibited for obvious reasons and the vast crowds that would normally gather to witness what must surely be one of the most impressive t

17:57

Opinion

Quarking back to happiness

Peter Edgerton

When scientists claimed this week that they may have discovered a new force of nature, I was hoping that they'd found some old footage of a live concert of mine. Alas, this was not to be; in reality, their excitement was provoked by the magnificently

18:13

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Malaga marks International Jazz Day with two-day music festival

Tony Bryant

...up in front of the house where Pablo Picasso was born. These will include The Lito Blues Band, one of Malaga's most popular live bands; The Pepa Niebla Quintet, whose music reflects a New York contemporary jazz influence; and The Malaga Jazz ... aims to educate the public about the virtues of jazz music as an educational tool and as a platform for free expression. The two-day event will begin on Friday 30 April and continue on Saturday 1 May from 6pm until 8pm. Capacity will be limited to

12:38

Opinion

Techno prisoners

Peter Edgerton

Technology has improved our lives in many ways - of that that there can be little doubt. From washing machines to windscreen wipers; from fridges to flat screen televisions, a steady parade of new and beguiling goods has frequently sprinkled stardust

20:39

Opinion

Rust never sleeps

Peter Edgerton

From time to time, it's great to have a good old clear out. Rifling through boxes that haven't been opened since about 1346 and throwing loads of superfluous stuff away is always eminently cathartic. If you're lucky, you might even work up a real hea