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Thursday, June 30, 2010: Granada Festival

Courtyard of the Marbles (H.

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Thursday, June 30, 2010: Granada Festival

Courtyard of the Marbles (H. Real)

After yesterday's absolute premiere of Cantes Antiguos del Flamenco solo viola/orchestra by Mauricio Solto at the Palacio de Carlos, Tabea Zimmermann, a German violist, returns to Festival stages accompanied with Javier Perianes, a Huelva-born pianist, with whom she has been a partner in chamber music for some years. They have not only reviewed the best repertoire for both instruments but also explored new possibilities. This recital combines all of this. They not only approach Schumann and Brahms but also play solo Spanish pieces created in the past five years (a piece by Joan Guinjoan for piano and one for viola by MauricioSotelo for viola), and return to music they made their own. These Spanish Songs allow Zimmermann to demonstrate the expressive capacity of his instrument. Assuming the role of the voice, Zimmermann's viola almost seems to be speaking to them. In the Patio de los Marmoles, at 9:30 p.m.

Palace of Carlos V

Mayte Martin is a singer, musician, composer, and thinker of music. She never sings anything that isn't extraordinary, original, or interesting. Mayte Martin, a 2021 Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts recipient, has been recognized for her talent, sweetness, and artistic honesty. This is the latest recognition in a long list. Martin, a contemporary music legend with a clear conscience, is a living legend in flamenco and has created many pieces that have been regarded as classics. She is an artist who is committed to ethical and aesthetic values. This fulfills the prediction of Spinoza in Ethics: "A body capable of many things also has a fundamentally eternal mind." Deja vu is the title of her program in Granada. It will be presented at Palacio de Carlos V at 10:30 p.m.

Garden Arq. Alixares (Cemetery) | 9:00 p.m.

From a shared interest in string chamber music, particularly that of the 20th Century, the "Victoria Eugenia", Royal Conservatory of Music, the Nasrid Quartet was formed. David de la Calle Fernandez (violin), Francisco Javier Ruiz Jimenez (viola), Sofia Martin Crespo (cello) and Alberto Saldana Lopez (viola) formed the Nasrid Quartet. They present a program that takes you through some of the most important composers of 20th-century music. The concert will be accompanied by pieces from folklore such as Four for Tango by Manuel de Falla and Danza del Molinero. Astor Piazzola, an Argentine composer, has created a one-movement piece that artistically incorporates extended performance techniques in order to imitate certain percussive elements from the famous Argentine dance. A minimalist piece by Philip Glass, the composer, has been included as a contrast. It will transport the audience to a completely new environment. They will be able listen to Shostakovich’s Quartet No. 3 was created in the historical context the Second World War. At 9:00 p.m. in the Alixares Archaeological Garden.

Pasiegas Square 9:00 pm. and 10:00 pm.

The choreographic collaboration between Cia and Erasmus (European project) CDFA allowed for the creation of Connecting Dance For All. Danza Vinculados (Granada), Piccolo Theater (Cottbus, Germany), Fuori Contesto and DiDoDance Company (Rome, Italy). This inclusive piece of contemporary dance is performed by 45 young people from Granada and Cottbus. Through a choreography that is full of intimacy, vitality, and honesty, the dancers explore family. The work was performed in Rome in April, and will be presented in Cottbus at the Piccolo Theater on September 8. This project is co-financed by the European Union and Ministry of Culture and Sports. Plaza de las Pasiegas, at 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.

The coordinator of the European project Connecting Dance For All is Danza Vinculados, a company based in Granada. It offers a wide range of choreographic creation services, as well as research into accessibility and inclusion. They also offer training in contemporary dance for adults, children, and youth.

Port. MOTRIL-Plaza EVA 9 9:30 p.m.

Compas knows nothing about Duquende. He can play with all the duendes at will, creating truly magical moments. Carlos de Jacoba, one of the most talented guitarists in current times, will accompany him during this recital. Juan Rafael Cortes Duquende, a Catalan singer, is a beautiful extension of his shrimp school. He was a cult artist and one of Paco de Lucia's favorite voices. They toured the globe together. Compas knows nothing about Duquende. He plays at will with the duendes rhythm, creating truly magical moments. Carlos de Jacoba, Motril's guitarist, will be next to him. He has proven for many years that, despite being young, he is a great player of the guitar. He is a proverbial creator and a long-range guitar player. He stands out as both an accompanist (alongside figures like David de Jacoba, Israel Fernandez, or Guadiana) as well as as a soloist. His side is usually embellished with the honeys of his song. These are two essential pieces that will delight anyone who has the opportunity to listen to his flamenco. With the sponsorship of Fulgencio-Spa-Agricultura.

The Motril City Council and the Port of Motril were made possible by the Delegation of Culture and Historical and Democratic Memory of the Diputacion de Granada.

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