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.
During the last weekend in October we can enjoy the presence of one of the great voices of opera in Malaga. In an Opera Gala, Placido Domingo will take the stage of the Cervantes theatre to direct the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra. It is a festival that bears the name of the Maestro, to be held in Seville and Malaga from 25 October to 3 November. The lyric singer of tenor and baritone and director of orchestra during this festival will be accompanied by great voices and musicians.
The Terral in Malaga is not just a much feared local hot wind but also a refreshing summer festival in the capital of the Costa del Sol. Promptly we explain both "phenomena".
This year takes place in Malaga the fifteenth edition of Malaga Film Festival from 21st to 28th of April. In this film festival celebrated each year in Malaga are awarded the best films of Spanish cinema of the year. This year also there is an agreement between the Malaga Film Festival and the prestigious Festival des Films du Monde of Montreal (Canada), with the screening of some of the best films of the last edition of this festival.
The Andean group Alturas, considered the best instrumental ensemble of Peru, and the Latin-American Coral Tantanakuy, dedicated to the study and diffusion of the musical arts of Latin-American present the premiere of "America Canta" with more than 35 artists on stage and 20 different acoustic instruments.
Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra presents its new schedule for the season 2011/12 in Malaga. With a total of fifteen concerts over the next few months, the season began on September 16 and runs until June 23, 2012.
Those foreign visitors or residents, who consider that there is not enough culture in hedonistic Marbella, can find a source of culture available in nearby Malaga, with wide variety of entertainment on offer. Located in the heart of Malaga´s Old Town, Teatro Cervantes offers a wide variety of cultural events.
From January 11 to February 12, 2011 will be celebrated in Malaga the XXVIII Malaga Theatre Festival. For a month, the capital of the Costa del Sol becomes the largest stage in Spain, with a program of 37 functions of 12 performances, with reputable companies and performers of renown and a wide range of performances and even musicals.