The Ljubljana Opera is home to the National Ballet of Slovenia, which will be directed by Renato Zanella, an Italian choreographer. The century-old ballet company is interested in Spanish creation and presents one of its most recent productions of El Corsario in a version by Jose Carlos Martinez (former director of the Compania Nacional de Danza). El Corsario, a tale of love, fairies, and pirates, was never seen at Teatro del Generalife before. It is one of few complete Petipa ballets that has survived, and perhaps due to its complex plot with many subplots, it is not often represented. Jose Carlos Martinez's 'traditional' version focuses on Conrad's love for Medora. The ballet is simplified, cleaned up and stripped down, but it does not eliminate some of the most popular and thrilling scenes, such as the Pas de deux, which were made famous by Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn. Generalife Theatre, 10:30 pm.
Manuel de Falla Auditorium | 8:00 p.m.
Frank Peter Zimmermann, a renowned German violinist, will be accompanied by Martin Helmchen, a pianist. He will delight us with his three masterful Sonatas on piano and violin. Bartok's Second Violin Sonata is a unique work in only two movements. It is approached from a modernist perspective, bitonality, and hexatonics, and acts as a divide in a program celebrating Brahms' 125th birthday. The brilliant Hamburg composer left three sonatas for piano and violin. Zimmermann and Helmchen chose to focus on the two remaining works, nearly a decade later. They also completed the arrangement with a curious arrangement, the Sonata op. 120 No. 120 No. She will be able to see the violin with a different perspective due to its brightness. Manuel de Falla Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.
Monastery of San Jeronimo
Raul Mallavibarrena's Baroque ensemble Musica Ficta presents at the San Jeronimo Monastery the Missa Pange Lingua. This lingua is the last one composed by Josquin Desprez and it is a great example of classic contrapuntal art that is transparent and balanced. Mallavibarrena and his band put the mass in the center of a program which also includes songs by Heinrich Isaac and motets from Cristobal De Morales and Nicolas Gombert. These two composers, one generation after Josquin brought imitative polyphony into a rich and complex form. Co-production with National Center for Musical Diffusion.
Gabriela Martin Leon coordinates the Alhambra Theater's ''la Caixa Foundation Inclusive Scene Workshop Shop Showcase''. The students and teachers created the pieces. It is the beauty of diversity and different appearances, sensations, or bodies sharing one stage. Teachers Pilar Munoz, Carmen Jimenez, Kate Marsh and Trinidad Castillo collaborated. The exhibition opens at 9:00 p.m.
DEHESES OF GUADIX
Naike Ponce is both a singer-dancer. Because flamenco is her life, she feels it in a unique way. Vivir, her latest piece, is a reflection of her own inner self. It was born from traditional flamenco dance, singing, and playing. Nominated for Latin Grammys 2020 best flamenco album. He is accompanied by Alicia Morales on cante. Javier Patino plays guitar, Miguel el Cheyenne plays percussion.
Courtyard of the Marbles, (H.R. 9:30 p.m.
The Arje Trio presents a program that takes you on a journey through over two hundred years worth of music. A selection of styles and authors are used to explore different musical expressions. This program has its roots in European romanticism and European classicism. It features works by Ennio Murricone, Carl Fruhling and Robert Muczynski. In the Patio de los Marmoles, at 9:30 p.m.
Solidarity concert to benefit AGRAFIM (Granadan Association of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity), and AEB Granada, Spina Bifida Association of Granada).