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Jazz concert at The Hall, Malaga
Jazz concert at The Hall, Malaga

Music and dance, theatre, lectures and family events around the province

  • Several concerts are programmed for this spring as well as educational lectures and workshops as well as three weeks of theatre in Torremolinos.

Live Music and Concerts

Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts

Malaga.Auditorio del Museo Picasso de Málaga.

7 March, 12pm Jazz quintet plays songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Chet Baker, Billy Holiday etc with vocals by Raquel Pelayo.

9 March, 12pm Austri Musici.

28 March, 12pm Harmoniemusik play music by Mozart and Soler.

.6 April, 8pm La Spagna.

11 May, 8pm Quinteto OFM.

1 June, 8pm Trío Círculo.

Tickets: www.museopicassomalaga.org

Chamber music by the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra.

Chamber music by the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra.

www.orquestafilarmonicademalaga.com Tickets: https://www.unientradas.es/

Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra

Malaga.Teatro Echegaray or Cervantes.

27, 28 February, 12pm The orchestra plays pieces by Schubert and Mendelssohn with conducter Anna Rakitina and soloist violin Leticia Moreno. Teatro Cervantes. Tickets: https://entradas.mientrada.net/

18, 19 March, 8pm Tchaikovsky’s piano concerto Nº 1. with pianist Nicolai Demidenko. Teatro Cervantes. Tickets: https://entradas.mientrada.net/

The Hall

Malaga. 28 February, 4pm. Calle Heroe de Sostoa, 65. 8€.

A jazz concert by Lucas Delgado (piano) and Juan Pastor (double bass).

Talks and Lectures

The Arts Society Costa del Sol

Fuengirola. Online lectures.

The Arts Society Costa del Sol streams lectures to its members via Zoom. You can also register for a single lecture 10€. To join email: costadelsol@theartssociety.org

8 March, 4.30pm

The Imperial Easter Eggs of Carl Faberge-After The Revolution. Lecturer Toby Faber. Between 1885 and 1916, Carl Fabergé made fifty jewelled eggs – Easter presents from Russia’s last two emperors to their wives. They have become the most famous surviving symbols of the Romanov Empire.

Nerja. Online lectures.

The Arts Society Nerja season of lectures free online via Zoom for members and 10€ for supporters. www.theartssocietynerja.com

9 March, 6pm

The Imperial Easter Eggs of Carl Faberge-After The Revolution. Lecturer Toby Faber. Between 1885 and 1916, Carl Fabergé made fifty jewelled eggs – Easter presents from Russia’s last two emperors to their wives. They have become the most famous surviving symbols of the Romanov Empire

Theatre and Dance

Theatrical March

Torremolinos 6-27 March. Auditorio Municipal.

Torremolinos are holding a month of theatre with four plays, each 6€ entry fee. The plays are in Spanish and tickets are available online: http://latiendadelasentradas.com/ or by calling: 615652453.

La Psiciología de color

Malaga 20, 21 March, 12pm. Teatro Canovás, Plaza de el Ejido.

David Segura’s company, Beyond Dance, will be performing his new show filled with passion, humour and fantasy.

Charity events

ARCH

Alhaurín de la Torre Open every Sunday 9am - 2pm.

The ARCH team at the Rescue Centre for Horses and Donkeys have resumed their popular Sunday open mornings. Visitors can come and meet the volunteers and the current residents. More information on Facebook: Centro Andalusi de Rescate de Caballos or https://www.horserescuespain.org/

More ideas

Photography Workshops

Mijas. Casa Museo de Mijas. Free.

Learn how to take good photos. Register by email: cultura@mijas.es or call: 952590380. Free but each participant should donate 3kg of non-perishable food stuffs to the food bank at the start of the course.

Portrait Workshop. 6, 7 March. 10am-2pm, 4-7pm and 10am - 1pm Sunday.

Urban Photography Workshop. 20, 21 March. 10am-2pm, 4-7pm and 10am - 1pm Sunday.

Film making Workshops

Mijas. Casa Museo de Mijas. Free.

Learn how to make low budget films. Register by email: cultura@mijas.es or call: 952590380. Free but each participant should donate 3kg of non-perishable food stuffs to the food bank at the start of the course.

Characterisation and special effects. 27, 28 February, )am - 2pm.

Botanical jig-saw

Malaga. 20, 21, 27 28 February. Jardín Botánico La Concepción.

Fun for the whole family, twelve pieces of a jig-saw are hidden in the gardens. There is also a puppet show 11am and 12.30pm for the little ones. Reservations: 951926180 / 647585457.

Lux Mundi coffee mornings

Torre del Mar. Fridays, 11am - 1pm. Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre, Avda Moscatel.

Coffee mornings with coffee, tea or fruit juice with a piece of cake. A boutique with a range of new and nearly new clothing and accessories and also a wide stock of second hand English books. Donations of clothing etc welcomed.

Craft Group. Mondays, 10am-1pm in the centre. The craft group will be making cards in various styles including Iris paper folding, decoupage and other projects. 5€.

Knitting and Crochet Group. Mondays, 10.30am-1pm in the centre.

Art Group. Wednesdays, 10am-1pm in the centre.

Lux Mundi

Fuengirola. Fridays, 10am - 1pm. Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre, C/Nueva 3

Only the Boutique open at the moment in the Lux Mundi Centre. Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 1pm. Call: 952474840 or email: luxmundif@gmail.com.

Natura Málaga

Natura Malaga

Natura Malaga

Malaga. 14-16 May. Palacio de Ferias y Congresos, Malaga.

The annual health and sustainable living fair is planning to be held in May as usual. This year it will include the new Naturauto where the latest in ecological and sustainable vehicles will be on display. There will also be stands promoting a variety of products, workshops and conferences. https://natura.fycma.com/

Diver Arte for children

Torremolinos. Until 8 May 2021, 12-1.30pm. Centro Cultural Pablo Ruiz Picasso.

Art workshops dedicated to the History of Art for children. Painting and creativity workshops and exhibitions of works. Registration at the centre or call: 952053835.