The most modern styles of dance and music found in African capitals, a musical alien invasion, fashion, body painting, and a finale with plenty of drumming. You will find all of this and more in the final week of activities in Plaça de Margarida Xirgu.
Sounds with black roots, a jam that whisks you away to the trendiest spots in African cities, and fashion and poetry from all over the continent: all during the third week of activities in Plaça de Margarida Xirgu.
A first-class DJ, commotion on the street, a very special group of artists and rhythm, plenty of rhythm. You will find all of this and more in the first week of performances in Plaça de Margarida Xirgu.
Under the guidance of ethnomusicologist Lucy Duran, Trio Da Kali are leading a ‘collaborative reimagination of musical heritage’, including that of Barcelona. The initiative includes activities like this family workshop.
Ethnomusicologist, creator and director of radio programmes on world music, music producer and more. Lucy Duran has promoted performances by the Trio Da Kali around the globe, but has also worked with a string of great musicians from various cultures.
Ethnomusicologist Lucy Duran and Trio Da Kali invite the city to a ‘collaborative reimagination of musical heritages’, accompanied by activities like this open rehearsal, aimed at music students in Barcelona.