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13:19

What to do

A musical reunion in one of Malaga's most tranquil spots

Jennie Rhodes

Malaga resident, Thomas Kaurich, will be accompanied by two former Julliard School colleagues, Liba Schacht and John Sharp, on Friday 5 July at the English Cemetery in Malaga. The three, will be forming a chamber music trio (piano, violin, and cello)

16:51

Local

Open-air wine festival returns this weekend to Estepona

Charo márquez

The third edition of the 10 Wineing Street festival returns to Estepona today with a programme of activities including open-air wine tastings and musical performances by the García Fajer Foundation, mixing guitar and flamenco dancing. Every day

17:24

LifeStyle

"Everyone on Broadway is so excited about Antonio Banderas’ Soho project"

Regina sotorrío / Rachel Haynes

After assisting with and performing in the debut of A Chorus Line in 1975, Baayork Lee (New York, 1946) went on to choreograph or direct numerous productions of the musical around the world. When Antonio Banderas asked her to help him with his ... version of the musical which will open his new theatre in Malaga in October, she didn’t hesitate. –What do you think about Antonio Banderas’ project to open his own theatre in his home city? –I think it’s the most exciting thing I’ve heard in many, ... can dance. You must be a student first and study singing, dancing and acting - it’s called triple threat. Then you must be prepared for not getting work for a while, but you must never give up. –Is the musical going through a revival, or did it never

18:24

LifeStyle

From Malaga to London's West End

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...for four years, attending audition after audition, Ruiz is grateful for the "peace of mind" that comes with a contract of at least a year and a half. The dancer, orginally from Malaga, joins the cast of On Your Feet!, the musical about Emilio and ... Gloria Estefan that premieres on 14 June at the London Coliseum. With 2,359 seats, it is the largest theatre in the British capital and one of the most prominent in the West End. Ruiz has been working towards being in a Broadway musical for five years. ... two-and-a-half months before setting off on a tour of the UK and Ireland. Set in Cuba, the musical tells the love story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan and the singer's rise to fame, with her popular songs as the soundtrack. Ruiz will be one of the main dancers

14:58

Opinion

Home or away?

Mark Nayler

The esoteric game of musical chairs within EU and international organisations continued this week, with European finance ministers gathering in Brussels to discuss the next head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). According to the

17:04

What to do

Age Concern celebrates fourth birthday with musical gala

Tony Bryant

Age Concern Fuengirola/Mijas is celebrating its fourth birthday with a special gala show at the Tamisa Golf Hotel on Sunday 23 September. The event will begin at 2.30pm, when welcome drinks will be served, before guests enjoy an afternoon of live ent

14:32

LifeStyle

Weekend Beach does it again

Jennie Rhodes

Torre del Mar's Weekend Beach festival has once again put the town firmly on the musical map of Spain with an event that continues to exceed expectations. Thousands of ‘Weekers’ descended on the town on Wednesday with high expectations for this the

18:18

LifeStyle

Rod Stewart: "I'm all for a second Brexit referendum; we were lied to before the first"

Regina Sotorrío

#MeToo, today some of his earlier lyrics would not be approved of. “Hot Legs, Stay With Me, Do Ya Think I’m Sexy, Tonight’s the Night... I could go on and on, but that was then and this is now,” he points out. Before his musical success the young Rod ... silenced by success, fame and money. “It all depends on how you describe a rebel. Music can be rebellious but it can also be thought-provoking, comforting and joyous,” he responds, skirting the question. What hasn’t changed over the years is his musical

16:27

What to do

Musical scores from the movies to be performed live in Malaga

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Festival of Malaga includes a programme of concerts, masterclasses, chats and round-tables in the third edition of Movie Scores Malaga. The concerts start on 3 July at 8.30pm at the Teatro Cervantes with a tribute to the work of Italian composer