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GWMF reveals mixed cultural line-up – Gibraltar Chronicle


Gibraltar Chronicle

GWMF reveals mixed cultural line-up
Gibraltar Chronicle
The preliminary line-up for the fourth edition of the Gibraltar World Music Festival was revealed yesterday in a press conference at the Sunborn Hotel. The festival is organised by Gibraltar Productions and the concert will take place at St Michael’s

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Gibraltar’s third music festival voted best ever – Euro Weekly News


Gibraltar’s third music festival voted best ever
Euro Weekly News
GIBRALTAR’S festival rocked on Saturday night, as the likes of Rita Ora, James Arthur, closing act The Script and headliner Roger Hodgson took to the stage at The Gibraltar Music Festival 2014. Despite rip roaring high temperatures, the sold out arena, …

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Clean Bandit pull out of Gibraltar Music Festival – Olive Press


Clean Bandit pull out of Gibraltar Music Festival
Olive Press
UK dance sensation Clean Bandit have withdrawn from the Gibraltar Music Festival, less than 24 hours before the event. The string quartet were due to appear in support of The Script and Rita Ora but have had to withdraw due to ‘recording commitments’.

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REVIEW: Cheltenham Music Festival – Miloš Karadaglic, Pittville Pump Room – Gloucestershire Echo


Gloucestershire Echo

REVIEW: Cheltenham Music Festival – Miloš Karadaglic, Pittville Pump Room
Gloucestershire Echo
But beyond the stupendous technique, what made this concert extraordinary were the intelligence and passion of the playing, with dramatic spacing throughout, but particularly evident in Granados’ melancholic Andalucia and in Tarrega’s Lagrima performed …

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Morocco reshapes its image – through music festivals – The Guardian (blog)


The Guardian (blog)

Morocco reshapes its image – through music festivals
The Guardian (blog)
Fes was the destination for many of the Muslims and Jews who were kicked out of Spain in the 15th and 16th centuries, and the festival represents a kind of nostalgia for the great days of the old Andalucia, where Christians, Jews and Muslims lived more

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theartsdesk in Fes: A world music festival that’s a beacon of tolerance – The Arts Desk


theartsdesk in Fes: A world music festival that’s a beacon of tolerance
The Arts Desk
It was a destination where many Muslims and Jews who were kicked out of Spain in the 15th and 16th centuries came, and the Festival represents a kind of nostalgia for the great days of Andalucia, where Christians, Jews and Muslims lived, more or less, …

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