In Madrid this weekend is loaded with music and exhibitions. You can see that the pandemic is giving a truce and artists want to go on stage with more enthusiasm than ever.
Mohama Saz is a group that mixes jazz with nuances of rock and even folk, which ends up producing an explosion of psychedelic sounds.
Their music is reminiscent of the rhythms of Eastern Europe, especially Turkey, since they use instruments such as the clarinet and the Turkish baglama.
The group has toured several European festivals, but this time the people of Madrid are staying at home and will perform in the open-air Auditorium of the Calero Park. The concert is on Saturday at 10pm and admission is free.
This string quintet made up of 4 string instruments and a voice wants to pay tribute to the songs that have marked us and are already part of our culture, either because of their message or because of their rhythm. The harmony and warmth of a string quartet added to the delicate voice of Elia Cornejo, make this project have a different, attractive and unexpected sound.
The activity is part of the activities organized for this June in the Retiro Park, specifically in the Roma Park. The concert will take place on Sunday at 7pm and admission is free. Of course, the mask will be mandatory for all attendees.
The CentroCentro hosts in its rooms an exhibition that presents a selection of materials, techniques and construction trades and architectural and urban practices that are allowing progress towards constructions with greater respect for the environment and natural resources.
The chosen sample has as its main axis the work carried out in the last decade by INTBAU, (International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism) which is a global network that promotes traditional construction, architecture and urbanism.
The exhibition has opened its doors this month and will continue until October 4. The hours for the public are from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 in the morning to 8 in the afternoon.