Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra.
Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra.

Classical music jazz and rock concerts throughout the autumn

  • The Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra (OFM) welcome the autumn season with a series of classical and chamber music concerts held at various venues in Malaga city while live jazz and rock bands enteratin across the province.


Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra


25 September, 8pm. Auditorio Edgar Neville.

Beethoven’s Concert nº4 for piano and orchestra in G major in the first half and Symphony Nº 7 in A major in the second half. With pianist Antonio Ortiz. Tickets

1, 2 October, 8pm. Teatro Cervantes.

The orchestra plays pieces by Mozart and Carl Nielsen. Flautist Pilar Constancio. Tickets:

Cervantes Theatre Anniversary Concerts

Malaga. Teatro Cervantes.

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the theatre the concerts are free but seats must be reserved in advance.

Camilla  George

Camilla George

26 September, 8pm. The Juan Perro Sextet.

27 September, 7pm. La Quinta Estación. Pieces by Shostakovich, Handel, Piazzolla and Reina.

6 November, 8.30pm Camilla George, Jamaican jazz band.

20 November, 8pm Juan Diego Flores, opera singer. Accompanied by the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra.

Terral de Málaga

Malaga. Teatro Cervantes.

Concerts include jazz, R&B, hip hop, rock, pop and flamenco. Tickets cost 12€ per concert.

More information and tickets:

25 September, 8pm. Dry Martina.

29 September, 8pm. Ernesto Aurignac and Moíses P Sánchez.

Suzette & More.

Suzette & More.

30 September, 8pm. Suzette & More

Tenemos Talento

Torremolinos. . 25, 26 September. Caseta de Asociaciones, Recinto Ferial..

Torremolinos town hall has moved this cultural event to the feria ground in order to control numbers. Each night there will be two concerts which are free but places have to be reserved by sending an email to with your name, NIE and telephone number as well as the date you wish to attend.

25 September Meskalina, Chico Quebranto.

26 September Suzette & More, Carlos Bravo.

International Chamber Music Festival

Malaga. Until 27 September.

The Echegaray Theatre, Museo Pompidou and Museo Ruso de San Petersburgo will be the venues for a series of concerts and recitals. The five concerts themed on ‘Málaga Clasica’ will take place in the theatre while the recitals, showcasing young talent, will take place in the Pompidou and Russian museums. More information and tickets:,

Tribute to musicians

Torremolinos. 28 September, 9pm. The bullring.

Javier Oveda and Mitad Doble will be in concert to highlight the plight of a sector that is in desperate need of support during these difficult times.


Malaga. November. Teatro Cervantes.

The theatrical company Teatro Lírico Andaluz will be performing La del Manojo de Rosas and Pablo Sorozábal in two acts.

Theatre and Dance

Danza Málaga

Malaga. From 6 October until 1 November. Teatro Cervantes / Echegaray.

As part of the Teatro Cervantes 150th anniversary celebrations the dance festival includes 29 events and 16 shows throughout October. Tickets cost 20 euros for Teatro Cervantes and 15 euros for teatro Echegaray. There are also two shows for children (tickets 6 euros).

Salsa workshop

Fuengirola.Registration until end of September. Plaza Hispanidad.

The Escuela y Compañía Flamenca Juan A. Pérez is starting a new series of classes in Los Angeles Style and Cuban salsa. Email: Website:

Lindy Hop classes

Malaga Swing Lindy Hop classes.

Malaga Swing Lindy Hop classes.

Malaga. La Térmica.

Throughout September, October, November and December, Málaga Swing will be holding courses in Lindy Hop, a style of dancing that originated in a bar in Harlem in 1927 during a celebration of the first flight across the Atlantic Ocean by Charles Lindbergh.

Talks and Lectures

The Arts Society

Nerja. Online lectures.

The Arts Society Nerja starts a new season of lectures free online for members and supporters. The broadcast can be seen live on the Art’ Society YouTube channel.

27 November, 2pm. Indian Modern Art. Lecturer Georgina Bexon.

18 December, 2pm. Great Exhibitions and the World’s Fairs. Lecturer Matthew Denney.

Charity events

Lux Mundi Trips to Gibraltar

Torre del Mar. 15 October, 19 November, 17 December.

Trips to Gibraltar. Various departure times and pick-up points. Tel.952 543 334 or email:

Lux Mundi social groups

Torre del Mar. Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre, Avda Moscatel.

Mondays, 10.30am - 1pm. Knitting and crochet group, learn how to knit / crochet or help make items for charity.

Mondays, 10.30am - 1pm. Craft group.

Wednesdays, 10am - 1pm. . Art group.

Tel.952 543 334 or email:

Lux Mundi Grand Prayer Meetings

Fuengirola. September.

25 September, 8pm. Special ecumenical prayer in Malaga Cathedral for the victims of the pandemic.

Clubhouse Gibraltar

Gibraltar. 1Until 2 October. 304a Main Street.

There is 50 per cent off all clothes and bags at the charity shop. Clubhouse is a charity that offers mental health support.


Museo del Patrimonio Municipal


Tuesdays to Sundays 10am - 8pm. Avda de Cervantes 4.

With art collections from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century as well as artifacts, documents etc. relating to the economical, social and cultural development of the city of Malaga through the centuries.

Museo Interactivo de la Música


Tuesdays to Sundays, 10.30am - 2.30pm. C/Beatas, 15.

The museum holds workshops and has a varied display of instruments which recently included an exhibition of Aztec death whistles.

Museo de Málaga


Tuesdays to Sundays, 9am - 3pm. Palacio de la Aduana.

The museum has an eclectic collection which includes art, sculpture and artefacts dating from prehistory up to the nineteenth century. Entry to the permanent collection is free to residents of the European Union but only in the morning.

Museo Arqueologíco


Tuesdays to Fridays, 8am - 3pm. The old Town Hall.

The archaeology museum of Estepona is located in the old Casa Consistorial (town hall).

Museo Automoilístico y de la Moda


Mondays to Sundays, 10am - 7pm. Avda Sor Teresa Prat, 15.

The museum includes vintage vehicles and motor cycles from the end of the nineteenth century and incredible examples of haute couture from some of the biggest fashion houses.

Visits and attractions

El Caminito del Rey


Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only.


Centro de la Prehistoria de Guadalteba


Open from 10am - 2pm.

More information call: 952458046 or email:

Iglesia Rupestre Mozárabe Bobastro


Open from 10am - 2pm.

More information call: 952458046 or email:

The Dolmens

Menga Dolmen, Antequera.

Menga Dolmen, Antequera.


Until 30 September, 9am - 3pm, 8 - 10pm. From 1 October until 31 December, 9am - 6pm. Closed Mondays with some exceptions.

The World Heritage site, the prehistoric Dolmens of Antequera. Free entry. Reservations: or call 952712206 / 07 or 670945453

Alcazaba and Gibralfaro


Open from 9am -8pm. Last admittance at 7.15pm.

Numbers to both monuments are restricted.

Nerja Caves


9.30am - 7pm.

Entry is restricted and family units must retain five metres between them. A thermal camera measures the temperature of every visitor and gloves and hand sanitiser is made available.

Ornithological park Loro Sexi


Open from 10am - 2pm, 6-9pm. C/Bikini, 1.

Just 100 metres from the Castillo San Miguel, the Loro Sexi park has held an important collection of exotic birds for over thirty years.

Parque Botánico-Orquidario


Tues - Fri, 9am - 2pm, 3-6pm. Sat 10am - 2pm, 3-6pm. Sun and bank holidays, 10am -2pm. Closed Mondays.

The orchidarium is on two levels and contains a huge variety of orchids, many of which will be in bloom this summer as well as other species that are found in the orchids' natural habitat.

Selwo Marina


10am - 6pm.

Masks must be worn throughout the route and limited numbers allowed in some of the spaces and activities.