Tag: festivals in Andalusia
The Nazarene International Folk Sessions are held annually in Ciudad de Dos Hermanas (Seville province) over one week between the end of June and the beginning of July. The event is funded and organised by the “Ciudad de Dos Hermanas” dance group.
The Flamenco Biennial Festival de Sevilla is a flamenco festival since 1980 is held every two years in the city. The Festival has the most representative artists of flamenco, as well as with new promises of the genre. The next event will take place from 7 September to 10 October 2012.
Founded in 1997, the European Youth Festival of Greek and Roman Theatre is held at the old Roman Theatre at the archaeological site of Itálica.
Theatre, dance, clowns and circus acts, amongst others, come to different venues in Seville. The aim of the festival is to turn Seville into a real celebration of the arts for a few days. Many shows are organised, combining different arts such as music, drama, dance and humour.
The city of Granada hosts a new edition of the Tango Festival, dedicated to this style of dance, which is popular all around the world. The year of its inception (1988), it indeed became a pioneer in Europe for the «Tango Festival» project. Dates from March 13, 2012 to March 18, 2012.
Granada’s annual International Festival of Young Filmmakers, focuses on short films. This festival is held at different venues around the city such as Isabel la Católica Theatre, the Condes de Gabia Palace and the Val del Omar Room at the Andalusia Film Centre. In 2012 the event celebrates its 19th anniversary.