Symphonic Concerts

Can you imagine walking through Puerto Banús and coming across a flute, guitar, saxophone or violin concert in the open air? This summer, thanks to the great reception that the symphonic concerts had during the months of April and May, you will be able to continue finding small performances by soloists and duos, members of national orchestras and symphonies throughout the streets and docks of Puerto Banús. Come and take a stroll to enjoy the performances.


Friday 17 (Guitar, Sax)
Saturday 18 (Cello, Guitar)
Friday 24 (Cello, Guitar)
Saturday 25 (Saxo, Violin)


Friday 1 (Saxophone, Guitar)
Saturday 2 (Sitar, Trumpet)
Friday 8 (Saxophone, Cello)
Saturday 9 (Guitar, Sitar)
Friday 15 (Cello, Sax)
Saturday 16 (Guitar, Violin)
Friday 22 (Guitar, Cello)
Saturday 23 (Guitar, Violin)
Friday 29 (Guitar, Cello)
Saturday 30 (Guitar, Sitar)


Friday 5 (Saxophone, Guitar)
Saturday 6 (Violin, Sitar)
Friday the 12th (Saxophone, Cello)
Saturday 13 (Saxophone, Guitar)
Friday 19 (Guitar, Cello)
Saturday 20 (Guitar, Sitar)
Friday 26 (Trumpet, Handrum)
Saturday 27 (Guitar, Cello)


Friday 2 (Cello, Sax)
Saturday 3 (Sitar, Guitar)
Friday 9 (Sax, Sitar)
Saturday 10 (Cello, Guitar)

SCHEDULE: 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
(2 passes of 30 min)


Roberto Cantero (sax) is a musician with more than fifteen years of experience as a saxophonist and flutist. He was nominated for the Latin Grammy in 2008 and awarded by the Academy of Sciences and Arts. His repertoire ranges from classic American jazz standards, bossa nova and soul hits.

Raúl Molera (guitar) began his musical journey at an early age studying classical guitar. He later entered the Taller de Músicos de Madrid where he studied language, harmony and modern guitar technique, beginning in the world of Jazz.

Nacho (trumpet) began his musical studies in 1998, entering the ‘Ateneo de Música y Danza de Málaga’. He learnt to play the guitar and the trumpet by himself, the latter being the instrument that most captures his interest in perfecting his technique. He currently participates in formations with the best musicians on the Andalusian jazz scene, while collaborating on numerous records of all musical styles.

Alesia Baltach (cello), originally from Latvia, is a cellist who started playing the cello when she was only 5 years old. It has since become her life’s passion and now, she has her main focus on classical music, Argentine tango, bossa nova and jazz.

Saeed Khan (sitar) has the philosophy that when the door closes, we can always go out to the street through the balcony; in life there are always solutions. Through his Hindu rhythms he aims to convey and spread love, respect and positivity.

Demian (sax) has more than 15 years experience as a professional musician, having played in countless popular music formations (Rock, pop, ska, salsa, funky) and at the same time developing his career as a soloist, focusing on classical music and jazz.

Adrián Lombardi (guitar) has a career of more than 25 years in professional music and has collaborated and participated in numerous musical projects on the national and international scene. His Latin origin allows him to perform in all kinds of styles: JAZZ, LATIN, BOSSA, FUNK, FLAMENCO POP and many more…


Jun 17 2022 - Sep 10 2022
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