Andalucía is an ecosystem of traditions, music, monuments and rich and healthy food.
All this happens under a wonderful sun that keeps the climate warm all year round. Seville is the region’s capital full of energy mixing the old and the new, Jerez is where Flamenco was born and Granada is the perfect place where La Alhambra was built.
Add to all this; fantastic wines, delicious tapas and lots of good music. Andalucía celebrates life, the good life, living for today
Spain’s north-western region Galicia, a magic land that opens its doors for us.
We propose you a trip to discover amazing landscapes, wild beaches and thousand flavours coming from the land and the sea directly to your mouth. All this accompanied by excellent wines and traditional music.
Be part of this land’s history and understand why the Celts chose to settle here hundred years ago. Walk the St James Way (Camino de Santiago) just like one of many pilgrims that pass by year after year.
This musical trip will take us to the South West, to Caceres, a World Heritage city according to the UNESCO.
This region is well known for its diverse landscape full of lakes and forests. Also, it is not possible to pass by without trying their delicious Iberian cured ham, cheese and wonderful wines.
Womad festival www.womad.org has been running for more than 20 years completely free. The concerts take place in many stages around the city.
In this trip we invite you to discover the celtic world in Galicia. This land has welcomed pilgrims from all over the world as the end of the Saint James Way to Santiago de Compostela. Delicious fish and meat wait for the traveller together with refreshing wines and pastry.
We will enjoy the music from a festival that has been preserving, for more than 30 years, the celtic culture in a natural landscape that attracts thousands of visitors every year. www.festivaldeortigueira.com
Sephardic Jews and music in Spain
Pau Casals was one of the 20th century’s greatest cellists, internationally recognized as one of the finest performers and orchestra conductors of his times.
He was also a staunch defender of peace and freedom. His numerous benefit concerts, his commitment to humanitarian actions and his various speeches at the United Nations characterized him clearly as a man of peace.
Come and see where he was born, how he lived and the sound of his beautiful music.
Aragón is a diverse region that starts at the pyrenees and goes through the Monegros desert and Ebro’s river. Easter main characteristic here is the ritual use of drums, a sound and visual show that fuses the religious and the profane.
Lamb, ham, peaches, olive oil and wine will satisfy our gastronomic curiosity surrounded by a festive and passionate atmosphere. Drums, processions and fantastic food at a good pace
These two northern regions are full of delightful traditions within its green and fresh mountains. Strong men and women labour the land with love and respect and their fruits come in forms of wonderful wines and fantastic meals. Music is always present through songs that talk about travelers sailing to the new world and young men searching for love. Coming soon
Nowhere in the world the sun shines as it does in this part of the world. The spanish mediterranean coast has witnessed the arrival of romans, muslims, jewish, christians….steeling their best traditions and food; olive oil, wine, saffron…..
Listen to fishermen singing about death and joy with a good of plate of fresh seafood and wish that the night never ends. Coming soon.
If music be the food of love, play on
Necesitaría dos vidas para expresar todo lo que me transmite el flamenco.
If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music
When I hear music, I fear no danger. I am invulnerable. I see no foe. I am related to the earliest times, and to the latest
If I had my life to live over again, I would have made a rule to read some poetry and listen to some music at least once every week