Autumn has arrived in Madrid and we have hardly heard. But not everything is leaves, rains and back to school, because September and October also brings interesting leisure offers to our capital.
Without a doubt, a great opportunity to get rid of post-holiday syndrome (if you have one).
So we have made a selection that we found interesting. I hope you enjoy it and tell us if you go to any.
The singer returns to the stage on October 2 at the WiZink Center with the Renaissance tour to remember the great successes that have marked her 25 years of career.
The singer and songwriter will remember iconic themes of her discography like Survive, Untie Me, Love me or leave me, I will not cry, among many others.
Ara Malikian presents his new Royal Garage World Tour show, in concert, on October 6 at WiZink Center (Madrid).
Ara Malikian, Lebanese of Armenian descent, was born in 1968 and started on the violin at a very young age. His talent was recognized early despite the difficult circumstances that the Lebanese civil war forced him to live. He offered his first important concert at age 12 and at 14, the conductor Hans Herbert-Jöris got him a scholarship to study at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover. With 15 years he was the youngest student admitted to this prestigious center of musical studies.
In his new work the violinist has collaborated with the musician Enrique Bunbury on the song El Extranjero and also with Andrés Calamaro on the theme Nostalgias, a personal version of the classic tango of Cadícamo and Cobián.
The American singer and songwriter Julia Michaels arrives in Madrid on October 4 at the Barceló TClub Theater, within the show The Inner Monologue Tour, the artist’s first tour of Europe in which she will present her new album: The Inner Monologue part. one.
Julia Michaels’ leap to fame began a couple of years before the release of this hit, when she began composing for artists such as Ed Sheeran, Shawn Mendes, Demi Lovato or Selena Gomez, among others. Since then its popularity has not stopped growing, starring duets with established artists and releasing songs of great success.
John Mayall, master of blues and key figure in contemporary music, offers a night of pure spectacle at the New Apollo Theater in Madrid, on October 8.
Since he began his career from a young age he has become, along with Alexis Korner, a precursor to the invasion of the British blues. He founded his first group in 1955, The Powerhouse Four, and later his best-known band, The Bluesbreakers, in which he had the collaboration of young guitarists such as Eric Clapton, Peter Green and Mick Taylor, among others.
In addition, he has published more than 60 albums and most have supposed new patterns within rock blues. He has had great reviews and a very good public acceptance.
In his 85th Anniversary Tour he will present songs from his new recording Nobody Told me, with the collaboration of Todd Rundgren, Little Steven Van Zandt, Alex Lifeson de Rush, Joe Bonamassa, Larry McCray and Carolyn Wonderland, which has won the position of guitarist of the tour.