Outdoor Music Experiences
Everyone knows that the weather in Spain is, almost always, a real privilege. We enjoy many sunny days and mild temperatures all year round. Even for heat lovers we have the months of July and August where the heat wave invites us to go to places with sea to take a dip and cool off.
We love to organize outdoor concerts for our clients because the contact with the audience is much more natural and direct.
Nothing like the sound of the trumpets near the Cathedral of Salamanca (see video above) or participating in a local holiday parade like las Fallas in Valencia.
8 Tips for Sustainable Travel
1. Respect history and nature
2. Get close to the local people and culture.
3. Travel by train whenever you can.
4. Choose off-the-beaten-path destinations
5. Travel in low season
6. Support local businesses
7. Be conscious of your water and energy consumption
8. Avoid leaving waste
The Magosto festival consists of making a bonfire and, once there are embers, a metal cylinder with holes in its base is placed on them. The chestnuts, which have previously been cut at one end to prevent them from jumping or exploding, are spread over this container. Once roasted, they are peeled and eaten. It is common to play with the remains of the embers and paint one’s face with them and jump over the bonfires as well as play different traditional games, tell stories, sing popular songs and play jokes.
THINKING ABOUT TAKING YOUR BAND, CHOIR OR ORCHESTRA TO SPAIN WITH EXTENSIONS TO PORTUGAL OR FRANCE, CONTACT US FOR A TAILOR MADE PERFORMANCE OR EDUCATIONAL TOUR.