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The Extremadura Orchestra will not perform with Plácido Domingo at a music festival in Mérida | Culture

Poster of the festival in which Plácido Domingo was going to participate.FESTIVAL STONE&MUSIC / Europa Press The Junta de Extremadura, in the hands of the PSOE, has rejected this Saturday the performance of Plácido Domingo in the sixth edition of the Stone & Music Festival of Mérida and has decided that the Fundación Orquesta de […]

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The pride of the popular revolutionizes Spanish music | Culture

Rodrigo Cuevas lives in an Asturian village of 12 inhabitants. It does not have a television or a dishwasher, “nor that thing that only serves to heat milk” (refers to the microwave). “Much better a saucepan,” he laughs. Every morning the sound of nature stretches out among groves and streams. Someday a tambourine caressed by […]

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Music: The 16 rock and pop albums to listen to now (July 2021) | Culture

Lukas Nelson with Promise of the Real during a performance in Texas.Dave Pedley / Getty Images for SXSW The pandemic caused a slowdown in live music, so the artists dedicated themselves to composing and recording. There are some who have already had two jobs in six months and others who had planned to tour in […]

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‘A blues for Tehran’: music for the eyes | Culture

The debut in the feature film of the veteran radio journalist Javier Tolentino, who a few weeks ago said goodbye to the direction of the Radio 3 film program The seventh vice after 22 years at the microphone, offers a tour of traditional and fusion Iranian music through the ear as well as the eyes. […]

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Zetak, boiling electronic music (and in Basque) | Culture

The Navarrese musician and Zetak singer, Pello Reparaz, in a recent image. When the whole world closed itself at home in March 2020, Pello Reparaz (Arbizu, 1990) had just somersaulted with a twist to his feet with his electronic music project Zetak, recently awarded an independent music award ( los MIN) for Best Album in […]

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‘The lake’: Eternity of the waters and its music | Culture

A moment from the piece ‘El Lago’ by the LaMov company from Zaragoza.Alberto Rodrigal When Swan Lake premiered at the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow in 1877 it was a resounding failure, perhaps the most noted in the artistic and creative biography of Pyotr Ilyich. This sad and complex theatrical fiasco has multiple and long explanations, […]

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The light that guides the music of the south | Culture

Dino D’Santiago, this Tuesday at the first concert of the South Music festival, in Faro (Portugal). / ETIC-ALGARVE / EPOPEIA In Portugal, as in the rest of the world, the path to carve out a musical career has traditionally passed through the capital. So the artists who do not have the possibility of moving to […]

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Big Menu, optimistic music for confusing times | Culture

Big Menu is a trio from Barcelona that, starting from the advantage of having three eclectic chefs to the stove, he makes songs with ingredients of hip hop, jazz, funk or soul. After acting as a backing band for the Argentine singer Nathy Peluso and many other collaborations, the band shows that it uses itself […]

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AMAs: Bad Bunny triumphs at the Latin American Music Awards | Culture

Bad Bunny receives from his home the award for the best Latin album for “YHLQMDLG”.AP Bad Bunny was the great winner of Latin music at the American Music Awards, awards that have traditionally been Anglo-Saxon in their more than four decades of history, but this 2020 they released a Latin section that took over the […]

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‘Africa mía’: A love story for music between Cuba and Mali | Culture

The Malian musician Boncana Maïga, on the Malecón (Havana), in an image from the documentary ‘Africa mía’. ÉDOUARD SALIER My Africa, The documentary that summarizes the adventure of the French music producer Richard Minier (Orleans, France) to resurrect the group Las Maravillas de Malí, an Afro-Cuban brass band that triumphed in the sixties, opens on […]

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