This weekend we invite you to enjoy the Mediterranean music in Valencia. The “Polirítmia” festival offers us the opportunity to travel to the Mediterranean countries through music. Our Spanish school El Rincón del Tándem tells you more in this blog 😊
Mediterranean music arrives in Valencia with the “Polirítmia” Festival. A nice project that stands out in the cultural agenda of this weekend.
Therefore, after a delicious meal, some rest and going to the beach, we invite all our students of the Spanish course to undertake this melodious journey through Mediterranean cultures.
The “Polirítmia” Festival combines concerts and workshops about Mediterranean music and dance. Its objective is to celebrate the cultural richness of this area through diversity and musical fusion.
Throughout the weekend the Teatro Principal de Valencia will host a very varied musical program that reflects a convergence of Mediterranean styles and sound traditions and that celebrates dialogue between peoples and the encounter between cultures.
Let’s see in detail the “stages” of this fascinating sound journey:
July 10 – Friday
6.30 p.m. – Bienparao
This band made up of professionals, passionate about oral music will take us through the traditional melodies of the Iberian land. Percussions and voices will be the absolute protagonists of this trip to popular tradition.
7.30 p.m. – Urbàlia Rurana
Urbàlia Rurana’s project focuses on the fusion of traditional Valencian music with musical styles from other Mediterranean countries. During the concert “Sarau mediterrani” this group will speak to us about the multicultural Mediterranean.
8.30 p.m. – Vanesa Muela en Trío Zaraval
The presentation of the new album “Se hace camino al amar” (2020) offers us a musical tour of northern Spain. The collaboration between the singer Vanesa Muela and the Trío Zaraval gives rise to the union of the Aragonese and Castilian repertoire. An opportunity to discover the music of inland Iberia.
July 11 – Saturday
6.30 p.m. – Bienparao
7.30 p.m. – Eixa
Eixa will present the musical project “Invisibles” inspired by Italo Calvino’s literary work “Le cittá invisibili” (The invisible cities). The multi-instrumental quartet will take us on a fascinating journey through various cities, symbolic places of the diversity of human relationships.
8.30 p.m. – Matthieu Saglio Quartet
This Quartet led by the famous cellist Matthieu Saglio invites us to cross the borders of the Mediterranean to reach other continents. The new album “El camino de los vientos” is a musical project that has received critical acclaim in several countries in Europe.
July 22 – Sunday
6.30 p.m. – La Trocamba Matanusca
The band will delight the public with a repertoire that combines Eastern European folk with jazz, cumbia and swing. An amazing concert that as always will make us travel through different cultures and musical style
7.30 p.m – Udiva
The trio will present their first album “Aigua”. A project that combines original compositions with modern interpretations of themes from the Iberian and Mediterranean musical tradition. Sacred water and nature represent the common thread that connect tradition and modernity.
8.30 p.m. – Christian Penalva
With his first album, this local talent sings about Valencian lands, also reaching Murcia and Castilla. His music feeds on traditional genres such as jota, fandango, bolero, etc.
Finally, we inform you that it is possible to buy the tickets on this website.
We hope this blog has encouraged you to embark on this tour of Mediterranean Music in Valencia.
As always, we invite you to practice your Spanish outside the classroom, enjoying the city and the summer.
Our Spanish school El Rincón del Tandem wishes you a nice weekend!
See you soon 😊