By Tamsin Brown • 18 April 2022 • 12:47
Travelling 'Musical Spring' exhibition gives overview of two decades of Valencian music. Image: Villajoyosa Town Hall
The travelling “Musical Spring” exhibition has arrived in Villajoyosa to share two decades of Valencian music with visitors.
The latest stop on the tour of the travelling exhibition “Musical Spring: Valencian Music Comes to Life” (“Primavera Musical – La música valenciana reviscola”), from the University of Alicante, is Vilamuseu in the beautiful coastal town of Villajoyosa.
The exhibition gives an overview of the last two decades of Valencian music and allows visitors to discover a wide range of groups and artists from the late 90s to the present day. It also covers topics such as graphic art, literature, festivals, family life and society. The website www.primaveramusical.ua.es provides additional audiovisual information to complement the exhibition, including YouTube playlists.
The exhibition has already travelled around the country over the last few months, having visited the Encuentro de los Puertos in Forcall, the University Headquarters in Benissa, the Elche campus of the Miguel Hernández University, the Trovam fair in Castelló de la Plana, the University of Lleida, Mutxamel and several other venues in the region.
The tours will continue throughout the rest of the year, with events to be held in Els Poblets, Montesa, Novelda, Xixona, Guardamar and Valencia, among other towns.
The exhibition will be open until April 30 at Vilamuseu (Calle Colón, 57) from 10am to 7pm Monday to Friday and from 10am to 2pm on Sundays and holidays.
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Originally from London, Tamsin is based in Malaga and is a local reporter for the Euro Weekly News covering Spanish and international news.
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