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Music for charity

Tony Bryant

EVENT DETAILS When. 29 January Where. Goya Theatre, Puerto Banús Tickets. Tel 63928753 Information. A solidarity concert is to be staged at The Goya Theatre in Puerto Banús on 29 January 2017 with all proceeds going toward



Farewell to a legendary generation


Music Award, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for the film Purple Rain. uGeorge Michael. Another artist to sell more than 1000 million records, George Michael had seven number one hits in the UK and eight in the USA. His debut solo album, Faith, ... sold more than 20 million copies In terms of celebrity deaths, it would appear that 2016 has been one of the worst years for some considerable time. It has been a year during which a huge chunk of the British music and film industry has been erased. ... Young also shuffled off this mortal coil. A huge chunk of the British music and film industry was erased in 2016Terry Wogan, Ronnie Corbett and Victoria Wood disappeared from our TV screensWe lost Andrew Sachs, famed for his role as abused waiter,



Rick Parfitt, a rocker who mixed Status Quo with Marbella real estate


music. "I started this [real estate] for fun, a way of putting another string to my bow. But it's working quite well and I hope it will earn me a decent pension," Parfitt told SUR in February. "He will be sorely missed by his family, friends, fellow



Great festival of folk music bursts into life


...rhythm going the longest. The festival, which started around midday and was attended by thousands of people, lasted more than twelve consecutive hours. It showcased true Malaga folk music and a jury selected the best couples dancing, the best singer and ... festival and at one point took control of a 'vara de mando', the decorated cane or baton used to conduct the music.



By George, he made it!

Peter Edgerton

Baby? Er, no actually, now you ask, no I don't. Not at all. When George Michael was found dead on Christmas morning, the event quite rightly brought with it all the tributes you might expect because, whatever your opinion on his music, there can be no


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At the cutting-edge of art


From pure cubism to the 90s, from Georges Braque to Kate Moss and from René Magritte to Marilyn Monroe, the Malaga artist Diego Santos examines these artistic trends through a series of twenty-seven creations. DETAILS When. Until 20 January. Whe



An experience of a lifetime for Adrián Martín

ester requena traditional vocal album for his debut creation, 'Lleno de vida'. Despite missing out on the award, this surely marks the start of a long and promising career to come. Adrián has always displayed a passion for music, singing whenever he can. ... “Sometimes when he can’t get to sleep very quickly he sings louder and we have to tell him to keep the volume down!” says his father. Similarly, his brother Rafa says that Adrián has never liked cartoons or paid much attention to toys. Music, on the other



“Even common everyday tasks became terrifying obstacles for me”

PILAR manzanares

...afraid, because she believed it was contaminated. She stopped going out with friends and making music, and her house became her refuge. “I was diagnosed with severe OCD five years ago. Before that, I had gone through a long period of confusion, despair



Everything’s changed, but what’s different?

Íñigo Gurruchaga brexit

Tens of thousands of Spanish people will be visiting London over the December holiday period. According to London &Partners, an official tourism promotion agency, in 2015 there were 1.5 million visitors from Spain, which was the fifth largest source



As far as you can go - and one step further

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...flamenco as both music and philosophy and the nature of duende. His quest ends on an ambiguous note, reflecting the chameleon-like nature of duende itself. What, exactly, is it? Webster put the question to himself in Granada, where he headed to recover



Learning for pleasure on the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant malaga

...representing 27 nationalities, in Fuengirola, and the branches in Marbella and Axarquia also have a broad sphere of nationalities. The U3A in Fuengirola offers 30 courses on topics such as music, drama, history, philosophy and geology, and members have access


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San Sebastián festivities

Jennie Rhodes

20th until Sunday 22nd, with church services, tastings of local food and activities. The town of Faraján near Juzcár also celebrates its patron saint with music and children's activities, which take place mainly in the Plaza de Andalucía.


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San Antón celebrated with fire and fervour

SUR to San Antón in the Las Maravillas church. Bonfires are lit in the street and prizes are awarded for the most traditional, largest etc. The main bonfire will be in the Plaza de la Iglesia. Competitions, wine tastings and live music fill the


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A week of music and culture

Denise Bush

Music and dance Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Auditorium of Museo Picasso. Malaga. 17 January 8pm The Cuarteto Fucco formed by violinists Nicolás Ciocan and Raúl Baixaili, viola Razuan Cociodar and cellist Carlos González, all teachers from ... reservations 952 90 33 18 or Tangos de Siempre Torremolinos. 19 February, 9pm. La Casa de Los Navajas. The most famous tango music performed by Gabriela Loria and Juan Seles. Andrés Segovia guitar contest La Herradura. 17 -21 ... Argentinian music and dance company. Tickets: 660 753 246 Burns Night Burns Night for Cudeca Mijas. 25 January, from 7.30pm. Tamisa Golf Hotel. 45€ The Addressing of the Haggis together with a typical Scottish menu and entertainment at the Tamisa


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Exhibitions and galleries

Denise Bush what to do

Music, film and lectures sculptures. ‘Neighbours III’ Malaga. Permanent collection. Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Calle Alemania. Works by local Malaga artists are on display in ‘Neighbours III’. Many different techniques and subjects are



Music Festival to become 'Gibraltar Calling' after partnership with MTV

Debbie Bartlett

For the first time ever, MTV UK has entered into partnership with the Gibraltar government and will be promoting and broadcasting September's music festival under the name of 'MTV Presents Gibraltar Calling'. The music festival, which MTV ... describes as "an outdoor live music spectacular" will take place on September 2nd and 3rd, and will feature well-known artists from the British and international music scene. The performers will be announced at a later date. "With its sunny climate and ... stunning views, Gibraltar is a fantastic location for an outdoor live music event and we're really looking forward to working with the Government of Gibraltar to showcase what Gibraltar has to offer to our youth audience," commented Mark Swift, senior


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This week in the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

/Giner, C/Madera. ‘El favor de las Bellas’ is the first individual exhibition by Ángeles Agrela. Combining sketching, painting, video and photography, Agrela explores, principally, the human form. Cultural agenda Music, dance, lectures, film,


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Music and culture, something for everyone

Denise Bush WHAT TO DO

Music and dance Cuarteto Granada recital Malaga. 21 January 8pm. Sala Unicaja María Cristina. This recital, DSCH III (Dimitry Shostakovitch III), will feature the 4th and 5th quartets from this famous composer. The Wall Bar Malaga. Hotel ... Tangos de Siempre Tangos de Siempre. Torremolinos. 19 February, 9pm. La Casa de Los Navajas. The most famous tango music performed by Gabriela Loria and Juan Seles. Eric Clapton tribute Nerja. 20 January, 9pm. Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja. ... will be performing Swan Lake to music by Tchaikovsky. Tickets from Casa de la Culture and Viajes Ecuador. Groups of ten or more tel: 935 878 960 A night in Buenos Aires Mijas. 26 January, 8.30pm. Salon de Actos, Town Hall, La Cala de Mijas. 10€



Twins with rhythm in their blood


...tension of the impossible acrobatics of breakdance with the elegance of classic dance movements, performed to some epic music in the background. By March, in just four months they will have been to France, Greece, Marrakesh and Italy, after starting in


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Cervantes theatre releases its schedule

francisco griñán malaga

The Cervantes theatre has announced its schedule for the following two months, in which music features heavily alongside theatre. Highlights include performances by singers Virginia Gámez and Noa and the soundtracks of John Williams. The theatre ... will also host a Spanish rendition of 'Dirty Dancing', which will premiere on 12 July and will run for a month. For music lovers, 19 February will be an unavoidable date with a concert from the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra who, conducted by Arturo ... will ensure that the fifth edition of the Malaga Clasica International Chamber Music Festival will pay homage to the gypsy culture with a programme that will show the “influence” of the rhythm and sound of the community on popular music. The event will


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Music, film and more

Denise Bush what to do

...handmade jewellery, vegan food and cakes etc. iTel: 650 848 956 / 674 298 823 for stand information or email: Music and dance The Wall Bar Malaga. Hotel Vincci Posada del Patio, 11pm, entry free. 27 January. Baker Street ... January, 9pm. Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja. 10€ A Tango Show by the Arcos de Buenos Aires Argentinian music and dance company. Tickets: 660 753 246 Alastair James and Tijs Groen La Herradura. 27 January, 8pm. Castillo de La Herradura. Free entry ... to this concert of gypsy Jazz, Latin, Blues, Pop and Bossanova music. Classical music festival Nerja. 28 January, 8pm. Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja ANAC )the Asociación de Nerja de Acción Cultural) is organising the first Festival de Música


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Around the galleries

Denise Bush what to do Music and abstract art Malaga. Until 3 February, Mercado Merced. Mother and son artist team, Lilli López Ortiz and Abel Gómez López, are exhibiting a selection of their work inside the market. Every day except Monday. The body, window to


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Rock 'n' rollin'

Tony Bryant

...become one of the most popular annual events in Torremolinos. Thirty groups consisting of more than 150 musicians will be taking part, and organisers are expecting an influx of 3,000 people over the weekend. Four nights of live music will include ... will transport music lovers on a journey that mixes the elegance of the big bands, the festive spirit of Dixieland and the vibrant excitement of the 1960s Mersey beat. Meanwhile, in the Plaza del Remo in Carhiuela, live performances by local band,



A guide to new fitness


...took place. It was a major event, with the presentation of the new exercise and music routine. That was a really important occasion," says Óscar. Another activity which has undergone modification is BodyCombat, a programme which is closely linked



George Michael's guitar to be moved to MIMMA museum


The Municipal Department for Youth, the 'Área de Juventud', has announced that the guitar given by George Michael to the city of Malaga following his controversial concert nearly 28 years ago is to be permanently relocated to MIMMA, the Malaga music



Illustrious Malaga family's story is back on display in home town

Jennie Rhodes Macharaviaya

...spoke. Following a concert given by Concerto Málaga which included music from the era, guests were led to the museum by the Asociación de Granaderos y Damas de Macharaviaya, a cultural association which uses traditional costumes and reenactments to



17 February 1995: Singer Rocío Jurado and bullfighter José Ortega Cano marry

Debbie Bartlett what happened today?

February 17th 1995 was a glorious day for gossip magazines and TV news channels in Spain because one of the nation's favourite singers, Rocío Jurado, married handsome bullfighter José Ortega Cano in a lavish ceremony at 'Dehesa Yerbabuena' in front o



Soul in the Moonlight

Tony Bryant Benalmádena

...junior has been bestowed with his father's unique musical gift and he has put his talent to good use. Aside from touring and performing, Redding has been composing and arranging music for almost 25 years. During the show in Benalmádena, which will be ... wife duo who regularly perform their gospel-inspired music at venues along the Costa del Sol. They persuaded Otis Redding III to come to Spain, which, as Mike told SUR in English, was not hard to do. "The idea came about after my wife and I had ... hits 'Body Talk' and 'Just an Illusion'. She is also the niece of Grace Kennedy. Mike's roots are firmly embedded in gospel and he has also had a long career in music. The couple struck up a friendship with Otis and they stayed in contact by phone and



"We all have a talent; it just has to be discovered"

A. RODRÍGUEZ health and affective problems. She channelled all her efforts into the talent that her little boy had shown for music, specifically opera singing. A couple of years ago, when he was 19, Nicol was told that Johann could have a very exciting future in ... music, but it would mean leaving Venezuela. So, the family packed their bags and moved to Ocaña (Toledo) from where this tenor in the making travels to Madrid to attend classes at the Escuela Superior de Canto, as well as to his performances with the ... progress a great deal if you work at it. Before, I used to be cold and antisocial. I didn't like anyone to touch me. I found it hard at school because of the other pupils and even some of the teachers, but thanks to music, my mother, my brother, my mother's



From gypsy jazz to La Voz and back

Tony Bryant Music

A successful career in the music business is something that most musicians can only dream about, but 37-year-old Manu González believes that simple determination and passion is the key to success. Born in Malaga in 1979, Manu González knew from an ... early age that music was his calling. Fascinated by the music of Tony Bennett, Sting, Stevie Wonder and Cyndi Lauper, Manu acquired his first guitar at the age of thirteen. Manu decided that he would not be sidetracked by anything that would affect ... his musicHis biggest influence has been George Benson, and this is evident in Manu's West Coast jazz style, but he also attributes much of his early inspiration to his cousin, Ricky Vivar. Manu doesn't descend from a musical background; in fact, the


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What to do: music and events

Denise Bush

Music and dance The Wall Bar Malaga. Hotel Vincci Posada del Patio, 11pm, entry free. 17 February. Susan Valery and Adrian Lombardi. Jazz and vocals. Mäbu Malaga. 17 February, 10pm. Sala Velvet Club, C/de las Comedias. Mábu is an indie ... ‘Los Arcos’ choirs. Conducted by José Antonio Guerrero. Champagne Jam Calahonda. 18 February, 10pm. Millenium Music Bar. Champagne Jam is an international group playing 50 years of rock, blues and rythmn and blues. Tangos de Siempre ... Torremolinos. 19 February, 9pm. La Casa de Los Navajas. Tango music performed by Gabriela Loria and Juan Seles. Amaranto quartet Torremolinos. 19 February, 9pm. Auditorium Casa de la Cultura. ‘Noches de Boleros’ with the Cuarteto Amaranto. Finnish


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Around the galleries

Denise Bush to the world” commented the art critique Ángel Luis Pérez Villén. The exhibition entitled ‘Confluences’ runs until the end of February. Music and dance, lectures, OV film and festivals this week Happy Artists Mijas Costa. Until 28


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Moguer in the early 20th century

javier almellones andalucía

...years of the 20th centuries. Other important elements of this fair include music and folklore, including some of the songs which were popular at that time. There will also be food which was traditional at the beginning of the last century, such as the ... the flavours of this region of Huelva. The church of Nuestra Señora de GranadaTURISMO ANDALUZ The 1900 Fair kicks off with a period Fashion Parade, street theatre, live music and a children’s party. Tomorrow, Saturday, there will be classic



Internationally-renowned cellist, Jacob Shaw, visits the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant MALAGA

The world of classical music is often associated with the rich and upper-class intellectuals. To those people who are not familiar with the classic composers, it seems to be a world far beyond their reach. PERSONAL PROJECTS Scandinavian Cello ... Classic. Jacob founded 'Radical Classic' as a way to get in touch with a new generation of classical music lovers. The concept that a classical music concert has to be held in a big hall with a particular type of audience is an image that one young ... musician is trying to shed. Jacob Shaw, who is performing with the Scandinavian Cello School (SCS) on the Costa del Sol this week, is an internationally-renowned musician who has his sights firmly fixed on promoting classical music to a much wider



Living with art and music in a windmill

Jennie Rhodes cAJIZ

...pianist. "The idea for the exhibition space came later," she adds, explaining that art, other than music, runs in the family: "My sister and aunt are both very artistic but I am not." Since work on the mill was completed, two concerts have been given in ... Switzerland entirely. There are a lot of projects planned for the mill, though; not only more concerts and exhibitions but also giving music classes in collaboration with singer Simona Mango, who will be performing this evening as part of the 'Luna Llena' duo.


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Japanese violin virtuoso


...gave him an array of toy instruments: piano, clarinet, flute etc. He had his first lviolin lessons from Kumiko Etoh in Tokyo and then in 1986 he went to the Juilliard School of Music in New York as a young student. He moved to the Lübeck Musikhochschule



Mountain wine


On Thursday of last week, in Seaton, USA, a local musical group performed ‘traditional Spanish and Portuguese numbers’. The music was interspersed with readings of notes by one of the first recorded English travellers in Spain, the Reverend Joseph



3 March 1875: Premiere of Carmen

Tony Bryant What Happened Today

...authentic Spanish flavour to his music. He used genuine folk song as the source for his score, utilising the rhythms and instrumentation associated with flamenco music. Carmen has since been performed by numerous flamenco troupes: celebrated artists like ... Música Music Compositor Composer Gitana Gypsy Criticado Criticised Entrada Ticket Éxito Success Corazón Heart Soldado Soldier Apuñalar To stab Contrabandista Smuggler Ingenuo Naïve Celoso Jealous Reparto Cast Escenario Stage