Music, Song, Dance & Flamenco Fusion, at the ‘Nerja Caves’ Festival

The first performance to be presented on the 10th of June, in the outer courtyard, is the Flamenco Opera “Carmen” which depicts the deep Andalusian roots of dance, song, live guitar music, a high schooled horse, together with the theatrical language of Salvador Tavora that is simply captivating.

The second performance will take place one week later on the same stage on June 17th, where the famous singer Arcangel will present his latest album, ´Tablao´.
This new auditorium will also host the performance of the National Ballet of Cuba on the 22nd of June, starring Alicia Alonso, who will represent ´The magic of the dance´ with a touch of the 19th century and classical famous dance pieces by Giselle, Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker, Copelia, Don Quixote and Swan Lake.

On the 25th of June, the interior of the of the Nerja Cave, with its incomparable scenery, will host the performance of tenor Jose Bros who will offer the recital Arias and Duos the Opera and Zarzuela, accompanied by the soprano from Malaga Berne Perles and the pianist Ruben Fernandez Aguirre.

For the grand finale, the central Plaza de España, which is next to the Balcón de Europa, will host the performance of the revolutionary artist Paco Montalvo, who has been considered the best Spanish violinist and one of the most outstanding teachers in the world. This young popular musician, whose videos exceed four million sales, will present his album ‘Alma de violín flamenco.

  1. georg wohlers says:

    Vi er 2 lidt ældre ægtepar der ønsker en oplevelse med bl.a. Flamenco i tidsrummet mellem den 19. oktober til den 22. oktober. ophold med én overnatning i Nerja i et fire stjernet hotel. Kan vi få et par forslag?
    Med venlig hilsen
    Georg Wohlers

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