Very different musical styles in Marbella and Malaga

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Principal violinist Esther Yoo Credit: Esther Yoo / Marco Borggreve

There will be two very different musical styles in Marbella and Malaga performed in concerts featuring experimental flamenco and traditional classics.

There may still be a very small number of places available for two classical concerts to be held at the Cervantes Theater in Malaga Capital on Thursday 14 and Friday 15 October.

The work of three composers will be presented in this presentation by the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of José María Moreno.

The first will be Tannhäuser, WWV 70 (Overture) from Richard Wagner’s opera of the same name which tells the sad story of a man’s struggle between his thoughts for a woman and his religious duty.

The second piece featuring solo violinist Esther Yoo is the Violin Concerto in A minor, Op.82 by Russian composer Alexander Glazunov who premiered this lyrical piece during his stay in his summer house between 1905 and 1906.

The last of the trilogy is Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op. 2 by another Russian, Sergei Rachmaninoff, which won him the prestigious Glinka Prize.

Visit https://www.teatrocervantes.com to check ticket availability for either night.

Experimental flamenco guitarist

EXPERIMENTAL flamenco guitarist Raúl Rodríguez is scheduled to perform in Marbella for a lunchtime concert at the Marbella City Theater on Sunday, October 30.

Raúl Rodríguez, flamenco guitarist and Cuban player of Tres, was born in Seville in 1974.

In this solo concert, he will appear as a one-man band since he will pre-record percussion tracks in a loop, thus accompanying himself while playing both the flamenco guitar and his own creation the instrument. oversized Tres Flamenco.

He will reinterpret some of his previous compositions, a cross between traditional flamenco and experimental music based on the Afro-Andalusian Caribbean style that he appreciates.

Tickets cost € 12 via www.mientrada.net or at the theater box office.

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