The XXX Cycle of Disparate Musics of Zaragoza kicks off with six concerts until March

Bombo y Platillo reaches its Winter 2022 edition and with it the thirty editions. In this thirtieth edition, Zaragoza’s Cycle of Disparate Musics will continue to celebrate its tenth anniversary and will bring six concerts to the stage of La Rotonda at Centro Cívico Delicias.

It will star the brand new project developed in the Aragonese town of Hecho by the Asturian Lorena Álvarez, the singular pop of the Basque Mursego, the hypnotic folk of the Irish Brigid Mae Power, the reinvention of the Extremaduran tradition of Ruiseñora, the fusion of song Latin American and flamenco of the Chileans Emilia and Pablo or the experimental Mediterranean pop of the Balearic Joana Gomila & Laia Vallès.

In all cases, except for the Asturian, it will be her first performance in Zaragoza. The concerts will start on January 30 with Lorena Alvárez and will end on March 6 with Joana Gomila & Laia Vallès.

Tickets and subscriptions are already on sale and, as usual, they have popular prices, costing €10 for a regular ticket to each concert and offering tickets at a reduced price of €7 for unemployed people and holders of the Cálamo Bookstore Card, as well as free tickets for those under 25 and over 65. Likewise, it is possible to purchase a subscription for €45 for the six concerts of the edition.

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