• The Tenerife Auditorium, La Granja Espacio de Promoción, the Guimerá Theater and the IES Alcalde Bernabé Rodríguez will be the settings for the 9 music shows and the 8 performing arts shows scheduled from 4:30 p.m.
The South Atlantic Performative Arts Market, MAPS 2019, will deploy tomorrow, Thursday, all its academic activity with an intensive program that will occupy the entire morning and that has nine talks and conferences and three round tables, all open to the participation of professionals and the public. These activities will be held in TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes and in the Museum of Nature and Archeology (MUNA), between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., in a day that will culminate with the presentation of the Illustrious Cartographer Award to the musician, actor and stage director of Burkina Faso Hassane Kouyaté.
Tomorrow will also be an important day for the performing arts and music staging of MAPAS 2019, which will offer a complete program of 17 free shows open to the public, with nine music and eight performing arts exhibitions at the Tenerife Auditorium, La Granja Espacio de Promoción, the Guimerá Theater and the IES Alcalde Bernabé Rodríguez, from 4:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.. The public and programmers participating in the market will be able to enjoy artistic proposals from Argentina, Paraguay, Algeria, Tunisia, Mexico, Rwanda, the Canary Islands or Venezuela.
Refering to academic activity, networking, collaboration and the visibility of the professional performance of women in the creative industries will be highlighted topics, with round tables and conferences such as the one that Daniela Bosé will offer at TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes on Women in Music, and the subsequent round table, SatelliteLAT. Women in the Ibero-American Performative Arts, moderated by María Isabel Delgado (Canary Islands), and that will feature Noela Salas (Chile), Daniela Bosé (Spain), Dani Ribas (Brazil), Fabiola Pazmiño (Ecuador) and Paula Rivera (Argentina).
The organization has been forced to cancel the conference that was going to be given by the Minister of Culture and Youth of Costa Rica and the Illustrious Cartographer Award of MAPAS 2018, Sylvie Durán, since the speaker has not been able to travel to Tenerife due to having to attend to matters of government that have emerged at the last minute in your country. However, the round table continues in the program The role of networks. What can we do together that we can't do alone? which will be moderated by the co-director of MAPAS Octavio Arbeláez and in which prominent representatives of networks and associations such as the Euro-Latin American Network of Performing Arts (Redelae), the Network of Theaters and Auditoriums of Spain (Redescena), the Association for the Development of the Industry will participate. de la Música Iberoamericana (ADIMI), Iberescena, Ibermúsicas or SatéliteLAT.
The Museum of Nature and Archeology (MUNA) will host several talks, such as Iberescena and the Ibero-American scenic space, by Zaida Rico, which will be followed by presentation of Mercartes, to be performed by Nines Carrascal. Later, the artistic director of Auditorio de Tenerife, José Luis Rivero, will speak about Tenerife's model in performing arts and music. Challenges and opportunities for companies. Also at MUNA the Rooster debate, a round table that will be moderated by journalist Nicolás Castellano and that will feature the participation of Serge Smockey Bambara (Burkina Faso) and Henry Arteaga El Jke (Colombia), two leading musicians in their countries who are also prominent social activists.
Shows throughout the afternoon and evening
From 4:30 p.m. MAPS 2019 It resumes its activity of shows with an intense program of artistic exhibitions that will fill the Tenerife capital with music, theater and dance. The first of the proposals will arrive at the Guimerá Theater from Chile, with The family theater, and his work Painecur, which follows the line of work of this company based on the investigation and rescue of the memory of the country, in this case, from a controversial event that occurred in 1960.
In music, from 5:00 p.m., the canaries Socos Duo They will occupy the Symphonic Hall of the Tenerife Auditorium with compositions inspired by the different facets of art, with influences from folklore, jazz or post-minimalism. The first of the two dance performances this Thursday will be in the Sala Castillo del Auditorio, by Natalia Medina Dance Company, who will present the piece Be Yours Be Mine. The dance program will be completed with the play Serenity Suite, from the Spanish company Matxalen Bilbao, also in the Sala Castillo, at 10:15 p.m.
Throughout the afternoon and evening, musical and performing arts performances will take place in a unique opportunity to meet innovative artistic proposals that bring creators from Africa, Latin America and southern Europe to Tenerife. Theater shows will continue with Pearl Project (Mexico) and his work Small and extraordinary things, a montage designed for children's audiences that talks about exile and forced disappearance. Also for family audiences, Nests, from Teloncillo Theater (Spain), will be represented in the auditorium of the IES Alcalde Bernabé Rodríguez, at 8:00 p.m.
A journey through the political life of Spain in the first third of the 20th century is what those attending Federico & Salvador. The dark and golden hours, which the Canarian company will offer from 8:55 p.m. at the Guimerá Theater Insularia Theater. Played by César Yanes and Leandro González, it rebuilds the friendship between Federico García Lorca and Salvador Dalí. Of a social nature, although aimed at an adult audience, it will take place at La Granja Espacio de Promoción Murs Murs, the piece of Ishyo Arts Center. This non-governmental organization, founded by eight women in 2007, works for the development and promotion of culture in Rwanda.
Cow 35 Group Theater He meets again with the Tenerife public to present The only thing a great actress needs is a great play and the desire to succeed. This piece will be performed tomorrow in the unique space of the Tenerife Auditorium, but there will also be the opportunity to enjoy it on Friday and Saturday.
The afternoon-evening session will include musical performances from very diverse origins in the Auditorio de Tenerife and its surroundings, such as the one offered by Argentina Sofia Viola, singer, songwriter and actress, who will present The Footprint on Cement. The Paraguayan harpist and composer Juanjo Corbalan will present later Py'aguapy in the Symphonic Hall, combining elements of traditional rhythms with Latin American and jazz influences, in such a way that it incorporates the harp into a freer musical language.
At 7:15 p.m., the Chamber Hall will host the performance of Cecilia Todd, a reference of Venezuelan and Latin American popular and folk singing that has a prolific career that includes the recording of a dozen of his own albums and numerous collaborations. Canaries Snails They will take the Plaza Castillo at 8:00 p.m. After a tour of Senegal thanks to MAPAS, the band was selected to represent the tricontinental spirit of the Canary Islands at the opening concert WOMEX 2018.
Later, at 8:45 p.m., the sounds of the Tunisian Immed alibi will fill the Symphony Hall with their new project Frigya, Africa in Tunisian dialect, which is the culmination of several years of research and creations. The African continent will continue to be present this Thursday at MAPS 2019 with the performance of Mehdi Qamoum, a young Moroccan artist who has toured around the world and will present MediCament.
Maria Berasarte will present his new collaboration with the Portuguese trio Lisboa String Trio in the Sala Sinfónica, at 10:15 p.m. and finally, the same stage will host Souad Asla, Algerian artist, lyricist and composer living in France who will present at MAPAS 2019 Lemma, the story of a round trip that weaves from his exile an encounter between two cultures.
MAPAS is an initiative organized by the Cabildo de Tenerife, Circulart y unahoramenos, which is sponsored by the Government of the Canary Islands, the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council and the INAEM, in addition to the support of Acción Cultural Española (AC / E) through of its Program for the Internationalization of Spanish Culture (PICE) in the form of Visitors, which favors the participation in the Market of a dozen professionals of the performing arts from Africa and Latin America. Casa África, the Ibero-American General Secretariat, the SGAE Foundation, Iberia and Hyundai, among other public and private institutions, also collaborate.