By Sally Underwood • 13 April 2021 • 15:59
Marbella Announces Musical Performances. Image: Ayuntamiento de Marbella
The Marbella musical performances will take place in the Teatro Cuidad.
According to Marbella council: “The second edition of the ‘Cantos Velados’ will bring together on the stage of the Teatro Ciudad de Marbella the musicians Javier Alvarez, Tulsa and La Bien Querida”
They added the performances would take place “on Thursday 15, Friday 16 and Saturday 17 April, respectively, at 8pm, in an event where artists will share songs and readings with the poet Alejandro Simon Partal.”
The general director of Culture of Marbella, Carmen Diaz, said it is “a proposal that deepens the links between music and literature.”
She spoke about “continuing to bet on culture and the organisation of shows.”
She added: “Our goal is to create a space of intimacy where to discover what is behind each of these artists.”
The performances will start next Thursday, April 15, with Javier Alvarez, eclectic and unclassifiable singer-songwriter from Madrid who twenty-five years ago began sweeping the sales lists.
On Friday, April 16, will be Tulsa, while on Saturday, April 17, there will be a performance of La Bien Querida.
The council said: “Tickets will be by invitation until capacity is reached and can be picked up, free of charge, at the box office of the Teatro Ciudad de Marbella, with a maximum of two per person.”
The news comes after DJ died after being shot at an illegal Marbella party.
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