«Miller», The new cultural hall of the city launched by the Culture area of the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria City Council, has sold out the seats for the opening show “Symphonic Mexico” of the Las Palmas Symphony Orchestra scheduled for Friday, July 3, at 9:00 p.m.
The great production of the Las Palmas Symphony Orchestra, «México Symphony» exceeded one hundred percent of the capacity, 170 seats, within a few minutes of opening the registration process so, with the approval of the training, the City Council will broadcast this inaugural concert live, through the Facebook page LpaCultura.
In the same line they walk Ticket requests for “Hello Miller” a show made up of different montages of companies and music bands, which is about to reach the allowed capacity.
The premiere of the building will star in the new production of the Las Palmas Symphony Orchestra, a show that incorporates the great voices of Mara Pérez, Fabiola Trujillo, José Santana and Manuel Estupiñán, typical instruments of Mexican folklore and proposes from the stage an authentic Mexican party. Directed by Luis Montesdeoca, the formation offers a musical and visual feast dedicated to one of the popular genres that has the most public acceptance in the Canary Islands.
La Llorona, popularized by the universal Chavela Vargas, Adelita, the great Mexican bolero Sombras no más, a tribute to Rocío Durcal through a medley with some of his themes, the unforgettable Remember Me by Carlos Rivera, La Bikina by Luis Miguel, as well as a tour of popular Mexican classics are part of the repertoire that the show offers the public.
On Saturday, July 4, «Miller» will offer a montage that, directed by Luis O’Malley, will show the versatility of the building with theatrical and musical performances, as well as projections that will illuminate the cyclorama.
“Hola Miller” proposes an encounter with the rhythms of Birkins and Chano Gil Quartet, an exhibition of urban dance, as well as the Canarian contributions to the dance repertoire in the Renaissance accompanying the Trio Jeringonza, the experience of one of the greats on The tables: José Carlos Campos and Galdós’ words in Tristana in the monologue to be performed by Rosa Escrig, among others.
From the official start, the emblematic building will host 23 other productions that will liven up the summer in the capital of Gran Canaria. In all cases, always facing a horizon that requires distances and exquisite security measures for artists, the public and the work team, attendance will be subject to online registration. Those who wish to request an armchair should contact lpacultura.com where, in addition to the complete program, they will find the registration forms for the week’s montages.
In this way, every Monday at 8:00 am, interested users will have at their disposal the registrations of the corresponding productions, starting on Monday, July 6 with the attendance forms for the Master Blaster concert, a journey through music African American proposed by La Isleta Factory, on Thursday 9; reggae music by Rasta Glover on Friday 10; the theatrical show «¡Échele mojo! The recipe book of Pepa la Buquerona “by Arte Neo-Costumbrista, a work by Jacob Morales, Esmeralda Padrón and Jaime Marrero, directed by Rafael Rodríguez, on Saturday July 11, and the family show” The Magic of Oz “, a production of Camino Viejo Producciones directed by Israel Reyes.
The forecasts also include the works “Olor a sal” by Rocío Pozo Compañía Flamenca, “El Eunuco” by Somos Acelera Producciones under the direction of Mingo Ruano; Michelle. A very serious comedy »by Luis O’Malley and produced by Ángulo Producciones, all in the week that runs from July 13 to 19 with inscriptions starting on Monday the 13th; «La mujer silenciada» by Drama Producciones, a play by Manuel Molins, directed by Víctor Formoso, with the performance of Mari Carmen Sánchez; the concerts of Red Beard and Nauci Golf in “American Night” and the fireproof “Celebration” of the Municipal Symphonic Band of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in the following week, from July 20 to 26, so the registration will start on Monday 20 of July.
August will also come with an outstanding number of productions which the public can opt for every Monday.