Malaga Virginia Gámez, one of the most requested and respected artists on the current flamenco scene, will sing at the MPM next Saturday, July 11. The guitarist will accompany you Andrés Cansino, great figure of the Malaga guitar.
The flamenco cycle will continue in the coming weeks with performances by Alba Molina, Jorge Pardo and Kiko Peña and David de Arahal. Tickets can be purchased on the web https://www.museopicassomalaga.org/and at the Museum ticket offices.
With a voice gifted at the service of flamenco, Virginia Gámez he is able to explore the emotions and feelings of his audience in each of his recitals. His long experience and repertoire have earned him the respect and admiration of the flamenco scene. In his latest recording, entitled “Baúl” (2019), he endorses music of any genre to imbue it with a unique character and personality, as he will show in the shows he will offer in the MPM Garden Saturday, July 11 at 8:00 p.m. and 9:15 p.m.
Will accompany you Andrés Cansino, a guitarist who breathes music since he was a child and who has countless hours on stage together with Virginia. With a dense career in accompaniment to cante, she is a figure of the Malaga guitar who has the knowledge and solvency necessary to give the artists that she accompanies all the musicality and variety of emotions that one of the richest musics in the world demands, such.
Flamenco will return to the tables of the Museum Saturday July 18 with Alba Molina, daughter of two icons of the flamenco avant-garde, who will show the personal texture of her voice in a tribute to her parents in which she will be accompanied by Joselito Acedo. The performance will follow Saturday August 1 from the amazing musician Jorge Pardo Trio, composer, flutist and saxophonist who will present a recital dedicated to the city of Malaga. Finally, Saturday August 8 they will act Kiko Peña and David de Arahal, two young flamenco talents, references of their generation. All concerts will have two passes, the first at 8:00 pm and the second at 9:15 pm, and a one-time fee of € 10 per person per pass. It is necessary to reserve assistance in www.museopicassomalaga.org and at the museum ticket offices.
Jazz, flamenco, chamber music and theater for children star in the forty activities organized during the months of July and August within Dialogues with Picasso. Summer program in the garden of the Picasso Malaga Museum, a unique setting in the historic center of the city. The museum will offer safe, comfortable and very special cultural experiences due to the reduced capacity and the quality of the programs.