Music, the perfect excuse to be in Seville on Saint Cecilia’s day

Music, the perfect excuse to be in Seville on Saint Cecilia’s day

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Music is something that is always present in Seville. It is a way of expressing feelings and concerns that in the Seville capital is expressed in different styles such as flamenco, rumba, rock, metal and more currently ‘pop’. Although a lot of concerts take place throughout the year in the city, this week the pace increases and this is due to the celebration of Santa Cecilia, the patron saint of musicians, which starts on November 22.

As we know a great number of people take advantage of these idyllic autumn weekends to visit Seville, so this Tuesday we are giving you the directions to the concerts taking place over these days in some of the city’s main venues and art centres.

The first of these leading concerts will take place on Friday the 24th in the Sala Malandar from 9.30 pm. On this day the focus will be on Lagartija Nick, one of the bands that shaped the Spanish indie style and one of the most important and veteran formations of the Spanish music scene. With psychedelic lyrics and brilliantly unique staging, the people of Granada are promised a review of their very extensive discography plus lots of new items.

The venue is located near Tournament Avenue. If you take the Petit Palace Santa Cruz hotel as a starting point, it will not take you more than 20 minutes on foot.

If instead of indie rock you prefer to attend a concert of pure flamenco of the highest quality then please note this information: Saturday November 25th at 8.30 pm, the Arcángel concert takes place at the Maestranza Theatre (about 15 minutes walking from the Petit Palace Marques Santa Ana).

This flamenco concert is really highly recommended since you can enjoy the quality of this singer from Huelva who can boast of having shared the stage and collaborated with figures such as: Vicente Amigo or Eva la Yerbabuena. The show takes place in the Maestranza and is entitled “Abecedario flamenco” (the ABCs of Flamenco).

Last but not least, we recommend the concert Extremoduro and Fitoscopia in the Customs Room of Seville (to which we suggest you arrive by car from the hotel Petit Palace Canalejas Sevilla). It is well worth going because you can see Robe (from Extremoduro) and Fito (from Fito and Fitipaldis) on the same stage. The concert will start at 9.00 pm and the ticket price is 10 euros.

 

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