A few days ago we published a post about Jazz in Mijas. But it doesn´t end there, as in the capital of the Costa del Sol takes place from November 6 to 10, the 26th edition of the International Jazz Festival Malaga.
The Cervantes Theatre is the venue that welcomes the concerts of international Jazz musicians such as saxophonist Kenny Garrett, Bill Evans, Gino Paoli, Omar Sosa at the piano and Paolo Fresu with his trumpet. And after the international cast will take place a second session by bands from Malaga, as are Jazztease 5, Susan Valery Quartet, La Insostenible Big Band and Javier Denis Andalusi Trio.
In all, a long and enjoyable night starting about 8 or 8:30 pm and lasting until midnight. This double session of artists per night has a low price of 10 € for the concerts, except Kenny Garret. So, it’s worth approaching the Cervantes Theatre located in the historic centre of Malaga.
8.30 pm: Kenny Garret. ‘Seeds from the underground’
8.30 pm: Omar Sosa & Paolo Fresu. ‘Alma’
11 pm: Jazztease 5. ‘…live’
8.30 pm: Bill Evans Soulgrass Band. ‘Dragonfly’
11 pm: Susan Valery Quintet. ‘You go to my head’
8.30 pm: China Moses & Raphaël Lemonnier Trio
11 pm: La Insostenible Big Band. ‘De Malaga a Nueva Orleans’
8 pm: Gino Paoli and Danilo Rea. ‘Due come noi che…’
10.30 pm: Javier Denis’ Andalusi Trio
You find the complete information on the website of the festival at the Cervantes Theatre (http://teatrocervantes.com/es/genero/musica/ciclo/98). New this year, will take place in the cultural district Soho (the central area of Ensanche de Heredia) another meeting Jazz called FestiJazz from November 1 to 5, with performances in the streets and the CAC (Contemporary Art Centre) and Alameda Theatre, Chela Sea, Feel Jazz Club or the galleries Javier Marin and Espacio Negro; there are performances every afternoon and evening.
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