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The cycle 'A la luna de Barranda' takes a tour through world music on Saturdays in August (25/07/2018)

The 'A la luna de Barranda' concert series, held at the Museo de la Música Étnica-Colección Blanco Fadol, will take you through various world music.

The Andean, Medieval, Flemish and Celtic rhythms will mark the twelfth edition of this cycle scheduled for Saturdays in August, with free access until full capacity is reached.

The cycle, organized by the City of Caravaca de la Cruz,

through its Department of Culture, begins on August 4 by the hand of José Antonio Aarnoutse.

This Cartagena-born guitarist of Dutch descent last year released the album 'El arte del encuentro', his first album, which came after training academically in both flamenco guitar and classical guitar, and participating in different musical projects such as 'La Banda del Pepo' ',' Rozálen, '' Les Morenillas' or 'Malagüero', among others.

The group 'Sakapatú', created in Barcelona from the interaction of Peruvian and Chilean musicians, will be on the stage of the Museum of Music on August 11.

This set has been highlighted by an amazing staging that combines old instruments with more modern ones.

His repertoire is inspired by musical traditions from different eras and origins, among which Afro-Peruvian music stands out, dating back to the era of slavery, and which the group combines with traditional Andean folklore.

On August 18 it will be the turn of the old music training 'Veneranda Dies Ensemble', created in Toledo in 2005 by the hand of the piper Fernando Mosquera, who decides to bring together a heterogeneous group of professional musicians of different nationalities, all of them specialists in medieval music.

The reason and purpose of this ensemble is the medieval music played with replica instruments of the Middle Ages.

The research work of the ancient music carried out by its members is a key part of its repertoire.

'Veneranda Dies Ensemble' has specialized in music created between the X and XIV centuries, with pieces taken from 'Cantigas de Santa María' by Alfonso X 'El Sabio' or 'Códex Calixtinus', as well as in traditional Sephardic songs , Occitan melodies and compositions of Northeastern origin.

The closing of the XII edition of the cycle 'To the moon of Barranda' will be on August 25 with 'Mosquera Celtic Band', the group led by Fernando Mosquera, considered one of the most versatile multi-instrumentalists nationwide.

Galician family, currently plays about 50 different instruments, within the traditional branches, folk and medieval.

All concerts of the cycle 'A la luna de Barranda' will be held at 10.30 pm, in the courtyard of the Museum of Ethnic Music, with free access until full capacity is reached.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz

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