2022-08-30 – 17:15 h
The classics of The Golden Age of Cinema return from September 8 to 15 to the Albéniz Cinema in Malaga, with 23 films in nine thematic cycles. The event also returns to its pre-pandemic format and will include parallel activities focused on classic cinema, including 2 concerts:
Thursday 8/9 – Nosferatu, a symphony of horror
The film Nosferatu (F. W. Murnau, 1922) will be screened with live piano performance (8:00 pm, hall 1 of the Albéniz Cinema, 10 euros). The pianist, composer, and improviser Jose Carra will present a very special improvised concert, in which he will accompany the screening of the silent film Nosferatu, on the occasion of the centenary of its premiere. Carra makes use of the prepared piano, using objects inside the instrument to transform its timbre, as well as resorting to electronics to create a unique atmosphere.
Saturday 10/9 – Veiled Voices
A tribute to six jazz heroines who defied the society of their time to find their place in an eminently masculine world (Echegaray Theatre, 20 euros). The 16 songs performed live are combined with a multimedia projection that will place us in the social, work, and artistic context of the six protagonists. Experiences and anecdotes are intermingled with the memories and experiences of María Esteban, singer and leader of her group.
A show by María Esteban (voice and musical direction) and Antonio Meliveo (stage direction), with Rai Paz on guitar, David Muñoz on double bass, Edu Cabello on sax and flute, and Santi Colomer on drums.