Mostrando entradas de septiembre, 2009

Nit de l'Art - Night of the museums - Palma de Mallorca

La Nit del Art, also known as "Night of the Museums," is an annual event that takes place in Palma de Mallorca, where many of the city's museums open their doors to visitors for free, offering special activities and events, guided tours and extended hours. This event usually happens on a specific date of the year, usually in the summer, and allows visitors to discover and enjoy the city's rich cultural heritage. The event is a great opportunity for visitors to explore the city's museums and learn more about the art and history of Mallorca, many of the museums participate in this event, such as the Fundació Joan Miró, the Palau March, and the Museum of Mallorca, among others. The Nit del Art is also a great opportunity to experience the city's nightlife and enjoy the atmosphere of the city. The event usually features live music and performances, street art and light installations, and food and drink vendors. Hotel Amic Horizonte is a great option for accommodat


Magic, dance, music, fun and adventures are in store for you with the new Disney musical. The most famous mouse couple of all time, Mickey and Minnie, togheter with Donald Duck and Goofy embark on an unexpected adventure to find a magical storybook hidden in Mickey's attic. The 4 friends turn the pages with curiosity and transport us into the magical world of Disney films - meeting their beloved friends Snow White, Alice in Worldland, Cinderella, the Fairy Godmother, Princess Jasmine, among others along the way. Captivating choreography, breathtaking costumers, well know songs and nostalgia all combined to immerse families into the fairy tale with a happy ending.


Carl Orff's masterpiece "Carmina Burana" returns to Palma with 150 performers on stage togheter with the simultaneous screening of video crations. A powerful piece of 20th century music that introduces all to the world of classical music. The world premiere in 1937 Germany was a tremendous hit that spread across opera houses becoming an international triumph. A collection of songs about wine, women and love, baseed on poems in Latin, German and French from a manuscript dated 1280 found in the Benedictine monastery of Beuren. Under the direction of Fernando Marina, two pianos, percussion, choir, soloists and 150 musicians take the stage.