MálagaJazz takes the best music to every corner of the city
09 Nov 2016

MálagaJazz takes the best music to every corner of the city

09 Nov 2016

Thanks to the collaboration of AEHCOS with Malaga’s Jazz Festival, it offers 51 parallel shows on squares, beaches and clubs, thanks to the exceptional weather of the Costa del Sol.

On November from 7th to 13th, Al Di Meola, Stanley Clarke, Lee Konitz, Gonzalo Rubalcaba (on the upper picture) and The Bad Plus will be starring the new edition of Malaga’s International Jazz Festival, a rendez-vous that, in 2016, celebrates three decades featuring the best music of this genre.

But this year jazz gets across boundaries and joins a project of city that benefits from the exceptional weather at the Costa del Sol DC: with Málagajazz, the implication of hotels and restaurants help the birth of a ’summer’ festival at the end of the autumn.

That’s the reason that AEHCOS (Asociación de Empresarios Hoteleros de la Costa del Sol), having interest on making the Malaga’s International Jazz Festival a real project of city, collaborate other associations and with the Festival’s organization in order to offer discounts for the shows hosted by Teatro Cervantes to its different clients, but also complement the official programme with 51 shows all over the city, at squares, beaches and clubs.

So, in November from 5th to 13th, all kinds of soloists and bands will perform and offer free shows on restaurants, bars, hotels and clubs, from the morning until late at night. A great project to enjoy these days, and just a few minutes drive from the B bou Hotel La Viñuela & Spa and the B bou Hotel Cortijo Bravo.

The XXX Malaga’s International Jazz Festival programme is available at Teatro Cervantes website and the Málagajazz’s complete schedule is right here:

 

Saturday November 5th

12.30 Cine Albéniz – Jazz infantil

Sunday 6th

24.00 Velvet Club – Voro García Quartet

Monday 7th

14.30 Café Central – Gipsy & Dixie

18.30 Plaza de las Flores – 23 Collective

22.00 AC Hotel Málaga Palacio – Ana Cisneros

24.00 Velvet Club – Mezquida & de Diego Quartet

Tuesday 8th

14.30 Café Central – Eva Jiménez

18.30 Plaza de las Flores – Víctor de Diego Trío

19.00 Hotel Novotel Suites – Celeste Alías

22.00 AC Hotel Málaga Palacio – Oliver & Llombart

24.00 Velvet Club – 23 Collective

Wednesday 9th

14.30 Café Central – Gipsy & Dixie

18.30 Plaza de las Flores – Guillem Arnedo Band

19.00 Hotel Ibis – Budget Gianni Gagliardi

22.00 AC Hotel Málaga Palacio – Celeste Alías

24.00 Velvet Club – Ariana Abecasis

Thursday 10th

14.30 Café Central – Celeste Alías

17.00 Sala Premier. Centro – Gagliardi Dúo

18.30 Plaza de las Flores – Elphomega OMA

19.00 Hotel Ibis – Mayte Alguacil

22.00 AC Hotel Málaga Palacio – Foster & Partners

24.00 Velvet Club – Deep Thoat

Friday 11th

12.30 Plaza del Obispo – Gagliardi Trío

14.30 Café Central – Gipsy & Dixie

14.30 Plaza San Pedro de Alcántara – Pablo Báez Quartet

14.30 Restaurante Asako – Jaume Llombart

16.00 La Chancla – Fernando Brox Trío

16.00 El Balneario – Guillem Arnedo Quartet

17.00 El Mentidero – Juan Báez Trío

17.00 Sala Premier. Centro – Fernanda Tassia

18.30 Plaza de las Flores – Gianni Gagliardi Quartet

19.00 Hotel Petit Palace – Fernanda Tassia

22.00 AC Hotel Málaga Palacio – Gianni Gagliardi

24.00 Velvet Club – Unexpected

Saturday 12th

12.30 Plaza del Obispo – Fernando Brox Trío

14.30 Plaza San Pedro de Alcántara – Read Swing

14.30 Restaurante Asako – Rafa Insausti

16.00 La Chancla – Tevase Trío

16.00 El Balneario – Atsuko Shimada Quartet

17.00 El Mentidero – Juan Pérez Trío

17.00 Sala Premier. Centro – Pérez y Vega

18.30 Plaza de las Flores – Enrique Oliver Quartet

22.00 AC Hotel Málaga Palacio – Unexpected

24.00 Velvet Club – Jazz Collective

Sunday 13th

12.30 Plaza del Obispo – Pablo Báez Quartet

16.00 La Chancla – Magic Connection

16.00 El Balneario – Brox Quartet

17.00 El Mentidero – Báez y Pérez

17.00 Sala Premier. Centro – Funky Bruster

18.30 Plaza de las Flores – The Beatles Songbook

19.00 AC Hotel Málaga Palacio – Eva Jiménez

 

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