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Guitarist José Antonio Aarnoutse opens this Saturday the 'A la luna de Barranda' cycle of the Museo de la Música (01/08/2018)

The guitarist Cartagena, of Dutch descent, José Antonio Aarnoutse opens this Saturday, August 4, the cycle of concerts 'A la luna de Barranda', held at the Museum of Ethnic Music-White Fadol Collection, organized by the City Council of Caravaca de la Cruz.

The four performances framed in this cycle will take place on Saturdays in August, at 10.30 pm, with free access until full capacity is reached.

'El Arte del encuentro' is the debut album by José Antonio Aarnoutse, a guitarist with a broad musical background (two superior titles of Flamenco Guitar and Classical Guitar), who after years participating in different projects ('La Banda del Pepo', 'Rozalén ', Manuel Luna,' Les Morenillas', 'Malagüero', etc.), has embarked on a journey in the first person to capture all the experiences and experiences accumulated in the world of music.

Aarnoutse has created a universe of its own expression, where the flamenco guitar takes center stage as its main language tool;

but without leaving aside all the baggage and knowledge accumulated in other styles, such as jazz, folk and other world music.

'A la luna de Barranda' will continue with the group of Peruvian and Chilean musicians 'Sakapatú', whose sounds are characterized 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 bagpiper Fernando Mosquera, who decides to bring together a heterogeneous group of professional musicians of different nationalities, all of them specialists in medieval music.

'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.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz

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