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14:58

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

...and Royal Ballet companies, created by Wayne McGregor and set to music by Handel. Ballet Ballet Malandain De Biarritz. The prestigious Ballet Malandain is now on YouTube with short extracts of choreography from some classical and modern ... ballets. Marie Antoinette. The ballet company’s most recent success was Marie Antoinette with music by composers Hadyn and Glück of which a 14 minute fragment is now available on Vimeo. Finf Ballet Malandain de Biarritz on YouTube and Vimeo. World ... performances. The web page https://live.philharmoniedeparis.fr/concert has a selection of eight concerts which can be watched online. Live music #yomequedoencasa festival. Live music from the Instagram profile of popular musicians. The programme of

16:29

Opinion

Silent night

Peter Edgerton

...like sound-proofed music studios but the whole point of those is the silence within provides a blank canvas to superimpose whatever kind of racket you see fit. Nobody builds a music studio to sit and listen to their own heartbeat. No, in the modern

12:20

What to do

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

Denise Bush

...at 10am. Music For relaxing music to sweep away the stress, talented Malaga musician Miguel Molero has uploaded a few videos, with the promise of more, of him performing some of his own compilations. Singer Alejandro Sanz performed a free, live ... uploaded videos on Instagram (#SocialDistancingSessions) to kick of 'Together at Home', a virtual music series to unite people around the world during the coronavirus pandemic.

17:32

LifeStyle

Walking in the footsteps of the Apostle of Ireland

Tony Bryant

After ordination, he studied Psychology and has since devoted his time to family therapy work. He has also studied numerous languages, including Italian, while working at St Peter's Basilica in Rome. Passion for music A keen sportsman (football, ... canoeing, sailing and horse riding are among his favourites), Father Gerard also has a passion for music, learning to play the piano and guitar at an early age. He writes poetry and has had some of his work published, but today he is content to look after ... been researching why many faiths, both Christian and non-Christian, are losing contact with young people. One way in which Father Gerard seems to be attracting young people is through music. After the success of the first International Celtic Festival

14:24

Opinion

Planet in advance

Peter Edgerton

A light year is, we were told ad nauseum at school, the distance that light can travel in one earth year. This is approximately 5.88 trillion normal miles which, let's be honest, is a really difficult concept to grasp. Well, until you remember that t

12:27

What to do

St Patrick's Day celebrations curtailed this year

Tony Bryant

...decision had been taken because the "risk was considered too high". The Saint Patrick's Day celebrations in Benalmádena were due to coincide with the second edition of the International Celtic Festival. The festival, which promotes traditional music and

12:22

Sport

Record numbers turn out for coastal fun run

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

music and paella for participants and supporters with a further collection for Proyecto Hombre. In the half marathon event Andrés Carnevali (from Triatlón Benalmádena) won in the men's category with a time of 1h.13:18. Juan Antonio Alarcón came in

16:05

Travel

A Chicago architectural river cruise

Andrew Forbes

...not only for its arts and music scene and cosmopolitan food culture, but also for its varied architecture. The latest trend for enjoying the city sights is to take to the water on an Architectural River Cruise, exploring the different branches of the

19:26

Opinion

The Village Dream Preservation Society

Peter Edgerton

The declining population of rural villages has long been a worry for Spain. One of the most striking images I encountered walking the Camino de Santiago a few years ago was the vast number of disused football pitches, characterised by waist-high gras