Update 13 June 2013: History the musical will be back in the Magma Centre from July. It was hugely successful last season in 2012 and I’m sure it will be so again this year. I’ll put the dates in my What’s On page HERE as soon as I have them.
Update 10 July 2012: History, the musical, is the new resident show in the Magma Centre. It is produced by Magma Arte & Congresos and Viana Shows, and the ambition is to “present a quality and different leisure event, adding value to the tourist experience”. This is what has come out of the presentation today in the Magma Centre by director and creator Eric Viana, Magma director Héctor Hernández, Adeje mayor José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, and Arona tourism councillor Francisco Niño. Also at the presentation was Nataly, one of the main artists in the show, and its musical director Rolo Rodríguez.
There is to be a preview tomorrow for tourism professionals, and it will be open to the public on 17 July. Seats will cost: VIP €45, general €35, and residents €29. Children between 10 and 15 will be charged at half price, and under 10s will be admitted free. Tickets are already on sale through the magma website www.magmatenerife.es (I hope I’ve set the link to the English page) and the centre’s box office.
Original post 25 February:
The Magma Centre is the venue for the spectacular musical show “La historia de la música” next Saturday, 3 March, at 9pm.
The show comprises more than 30 artists from over 14 countries, and through the course of two hours, covers the history of music from classical composers like Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Strauss, Liszt and Puccini, up to more modern artists like The Beatles, Frank Sinatra and Pink Floyd.
Moving on to very recent times, it covers Queen, Abba, Michael Jackson, U2, Shakira, and Beyoncé, as well as West End and Broadway musicals like the Phantom of the Opera and Sister Act.
Music, song, and even dance and acrobats – this is an audiovisual spectacle for all the family, and it’s launching its European tour here in the Canaries.