enjoy Tonight, Spain and Italy

enjoy  Tonight, Spain and Italy

Last night, after an exhibition of German visual artist Alekse Savatsky and thirteen artists from the Revelois painters collective, their works on European landscapes, on view at the Get Cultural Center until July 16, the Europa Festival. Get to the heart of this seventh edition this Thursday in the Claude-Naugaro Hall parking lot starting at 7 p.m. This year’s theme for this collection of European countries will be Spain and Italy. Catering is available on site depending on the theme of the evening, with tables and a refreshment bar.

Flamenco and Sevillanas

Opening of the festival at 8 pm with a show of flamenco and Sevillanas by Atelier Flamenco de Toulouse, one of the first flamenco schools in Toulouse, created by Soledad Cuesta in 1996. Completely dedicated to flamenco, this place is a place where the dance is transmitted in a strict, authentic and traditional way. For twenty-five years now, flamenco has welcomed hundreds of connoisseurs, adults and children, bound by the same passion.

Italian folk songs

The “Italianissimo” concert of popular Italian songs will continue with the show at 10 p.m. A delicious journey into the heart of Italy and its melodies. Made in Italy, this collection is offered by guitarist and vocalist Americaco. His friends accompany him on flute, accordion, double bass and percussion. The “Compagnia dei Minstrelli” created by Americo has been present and performing in France since 1990. The group presents many shades of Italian song, such as current melodies, songs from the sixties, popular tunes and the best of American compositions.

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Ireland, tomorrow

Also, this Friday, July 8, starting at 7 p.m., Place in Ireland, Celtic songs and dances by the Cauldron Group, and at about 10 p.m., “Made U 2”, a tribute to the famous Irish group U2.

All shows are free.
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