Tenerife still loaded with activities on weekends in a commitment both public and private to maintain leisure on the Island. Music, sports, traditions, theatre, discounts… there are many options available over the next two days to spend a few hours of entertainment to suit the consumer. These are the plans:
The murga of Gran Canaria Los Nietos de Sarymanchez presents his fantasy for the first time in Tenerife. The murga, which in recent years has remained among the award-winning performers in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, will offer its own show at the Cine Víctor starting at 8:00 p.m.
The Tenerife Auditorium Program The old maid and the thief (The old maiden and the thief), which can be seen for the first time in Spain in Tenerife Opera a year ago. The performances will take place in the Chamber Room on January 21, 22, 28 and 29 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets have a general price of 20 euros and only 5 for those under 30 years of age.
It is a comedy of entanglements by Gian Carlo Menotti, commissioned by the North American radio station NBC, which premiered it on its airwaves in April 1939 with a success that later took it to the stage. Is staged chamber opera will transform the Sala de Cámara into a radio studio from the 40s to revive the live performance of its first broadcast. It also introduces the audience to the world that Menotti wrote, full of moral dilemmas and lots of fun.
The prestigious Casals Quartet, winner of the 2006 National Music Award and one of the most interesting and prestigious Spanish chamber ensembles on the international scene, joins the 39 Canary Islands Music Festival. The ensemble will offer a tour of unique settings on five islands, with a daily concert, from Thursday 19 to Monday 23 January, and with a repertoire that ranges from classicism, romanticism and the avant-garde: Haydn, Schubert and Shostakovich.
In a particularly intense week, he joins the 39 International Music Festival of the Canary Islands the Bamberg Symphony, an orchestra recognized worldwide for its characteristic deep, round and dazzling sound. It returns to Tenerife and Gran Canaria under the baton of its director, the Czech maestro Jakub Hrůša and in the company of a fascinating violinist: Patricia Kopatchinskaja. On this occasion they will perform works by Beethoven, Stravisky and Dvorak.
The concerts will be this Saturday 21 January at the Auditorium of Tenerife, at 8:00 p.m. sponsored by the DISA Foundation. Tickets are available at www.festivaldecanarias.com and on the usual sales platforms. An hour before the start there will be a introductory talk in an adjoining room, by the music promoter Ricardo Ducatenzeiler (7:00 p.m. in Tenerife).
The BC Canary Islands seeks this Saturday to stay at the top of the Endesa League table. He will receive Real Betis at home, an appointment that will take place from 7:45 p.m. in the Santiago Martín Pavilion. An aurinegro victory against the Andalusians would give the group led by Txus Vidorreta the seeding status in the Copa del Rey draw next Monday, once already guaranteed his presence in the tournament for the seventh consecutive season.
tacoronte Starting this weekend, it returns to become the epicenter of Tenerife’s livestock. The schedule of events in honor of San Antonio Abad, which began last weekend, continues this Saturday, January 21, with the traditional plowing demonstration, starting at 10 am.
Sunday the 22nd will start with the San Antonio Abad Livestock Fair, on Sunday, between 10:00 and 16:00. There will also be a religious function at 12:00 p.m., with a procession accompanied by the Santa Cecilia Music Band, and at the end of which, the cattle and pets will be blessed.