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The tickets are already on sale with an introductory offer to enjoy the Montreal-based company's show.


The Auditorio de Tenerife offers on 27 and 28 April two performances of Les Grand Ballets Canadiens. The Symphonic Hall will host two shows consisting of the performances of Symphony No. 7 (Beethoven) and Cantata by the Montreal company. The tickets are already on sale with an introductory discount of 15%.

As a creation and production company, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens is devoted to developing dance in all its forms, building on the discipline of classical ballet. Under the artistic direction of Ivan Cavallari, some forty Canadian and international dancers bring the great classics of ballet to the stage, as well as the creations and repertoire of established and emerging contemporary artists.

Located in the heart of Montréal's Quartier des Spectacles, Les Grands Ballets is wholly committed to giving to as many people as possible access to dance. Through its production and the scope of its cultural and social actions, the company seeks to inspire discovery and conjure emotions, stimulate the imagination, convey passion for dance and create a lasting impact.

With Symphony No 7 by the late German choreographer Uwe Scholz (1958-2004), the dancers enter into a symbiotic relationship with Beethoven's imposing music. The work becomes a leitmotif, with its athletic prowess and unison dance geometry.

Structured in four movements that form a succession of different colours and rhythms, Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 was first performed in 1813 during the terrible period of the Napoleonic Wars. Named by Richard Wagner as "the apotheosis of dance", Symphony No. 7 fascinates with both its rigorous classicism and its energy.

With its visceral, passionate gestural language, Mauro Bigonzetti's Cantata evokes rugged Mediterranean beauty and embraces the colours of the South. Instinctive and vital, the dance explores the multiple facets of relationships between men and women, from seduction and passion to quarrels and jealousy. The voices and music of the four on-stage singers draw the ten pairs of dancers into the festive working-class atmosphere of Southern Italy, to the sounds of the tambourine and castanets.

Cantata pays homage to Italian culture and its musical tradition. The piece is inspired by Italian music from the 18th and 19th centuries, from lullabies to the pizziche of Salento, and with a nod to Neapolitan serenades. This heritage comes to life on stage from the musicians and dancers to the sound of drums and the accordion. The choreography brings the dancers in a hectic, masterful, compelling, and infinitely complex movement, just as passionate relationships can be. An explosive cocktail, just like Mount Vesuvius in the Neapolitan imagination.

The tickets are available on the website, at the auditorium's box office or by dialling the phone number 902 317 327 from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m. In addition to the introductory offer, which ends on 14 February, there are discounts available for the audience under 30 years of age, students, the unemployed and large families.

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On stage, ten performers of the company Aurora Bauzà and Pere Jou's and the Coro Teatro Principal of Palma


The Auditorio de Tenerife offers the scenic piece A beginning-expanded version by Aurora Bauzà and Pere Jou, composers, creators and performers at the forefront of the performing arts. The show, which starts in absolute darkness, will take place this Friday (2 February) at 7:30 p.m. in the Chamber Hall. The tickets for this experience of voice, light and movement are available for eight euros.  

Halfway between musical composition and choreographic writing, the company proposes a scenic piece in which live singing and lights manipulated by the performers themselves are central to the construction of a dramaturgical narrative about the beginning or the restarting of the world.

Aurora Bauzà and Pere Jou research mainly on the human voice and its intricate connections with the body, movement, space, stage and light. Their compositions go beyond the traditional artistic genre boundaries, treating music as a multidimensional entity with physical, scenic, visual, dramaturgical, expressive, and poetic quality.

A beginning-expanded version is a piece for ten performers, five of them from the company – Elena Tarrats, Maider Lasa, Isaac Baró, Diana Pop and Pere Jou – and another five belonging to the Coro Teatro Principal de Palma – Julia Bermejo, Ada Ruiz Núñez, Adrián Sánchez Capellá, Carla Vázquez and Qori Amaru Yarasca Pons..

This show, created and directed by Bauzà and Jou, is a co-production of L'Auditori of Barcelona and the Centre Coreographique National d'Orleans, with the support of Graner Centre de Creació, Asociación Hèmisphère Son, Nau Estruch, Castell de Montjuïc e Institut d’Estudis Baleàrics. As its name suggests, A beginning-expanded version is the expanded version of the piece A beginning.

The tickets are available on the website, at the auditorium's box office or by dialling the phone number 902 317 327 from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m. Check the special discounts for the audience under 30 years of age, students, unemployed, and large families.

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More than 4,300 schoolchildren from 53 schools will take part in this educational programme on Wednesday and Thursday.


This Friday [2nd], from noon, Sinfónica de Tenerife offers the family concert Cuentan las Voces (Voices Tell the Tale), under the direction of Jordi Navarro, with Ana Hernández Sanchiz as narrator and featuring soprano Natividad Oval, mezzo-soprano Silvia Zorita, tenor Jorge Cordero and baritone Andrés Darío. The Symphony Hall of Auditorio de Tenerife will host this performance, which is recommended for children over 6 years old.

The show is offered to more than 4,300 schoolchildren who will attend the two daily performances that take place on Wednesday (31) and Thursday (1), starting at 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. The school groups attending this proposal come from the island's municipalities of Arona, Candelaria, El Rosario, El Sauzal, Granadilla, Guía de Isora, Güímar, La Laguna, La Orotava, Los Realejos, Santa Cruz, Tacoronte and Tegueste.

The Symphony Orchestra invites the audience to join the musicians, becoming a choir that fills the hall while we learn the secrets of lyrical singing and the stories that the orchestra hides. These are secrets that will bring the audience closer to a varied repertoire of symphonic and vocal music of different styles: opera, zarzuela and song... through the voices of Canarian singers Natividad Oval, Silvia Zorita, Jorge Cordero and Andrés Darío.

The programme offered by the Sinfónica de Tenerife in its concerts for schoolchildren and families includes works by Federico Chueca, Manuel Penella, Amadeo Vives, Gaetano Donizetti, José Serrano, Juan Crisóstomo de Arriaga, Pablo Sorozábal, Georges Bizet and Juan José Falcón Sanabria.

Cuentan las voces is the second educational proposal of the Sinfónica de Tenerife during the current season after having performed El Circo de don Nicanor in November. The offer is completed on 11 May with Abemon (Cuando el agua suena...), a concert recommended for children aged 9 and over.

The tickets for the family concerts Cuentan las voces and Abemon (Cuando el agua suena...), priced at five euros, can be purchased on the website at the Auditorium's box office and by dialling the phone number 902 317 327 from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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The Italian TPO Company offers six performances for primary school children and two for families, which are already sold out.


The Auditorio de Tenerife offers the children's dance show +Erba. A forest in the city. by the Italian company TPO, which specialises in this type of proposal. This activity starts with six performances for 560 schoolchildren, which began today (Wednesday 24) – coinciding with the celebration of International Education Day – and two for family audiences on Saturday (27). The tickets are already sold out.

The performances for schoolchildren have been offered for the first cycle of Primary School, taking part the schools Chamberí, Pérez Zamora, Prácticas Aneja, San Benito, Echeyde I, Santa María del Mar, Georgia Martín, Montessori, Las Chumberas, La Pared, San Agustín and Abona. The children come from the five municipalities of Granadilla, La Laguna, La Orotava, Los Realejos and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The show – recommended for those over 4 years of age – is provided free of charge to schools as part of the activities offered during the school year by the Educational and Social Area of the Auditorio de Tenerife.

The shows for schools take place today, tomorrow (Thursday 25) and Friday (26) in two performances: 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. On the other hand, on Saturday (27) there will be two family performances in two sessions: 12:00 noon and 6:00 p.m.

The show is set in a centrally planned space represented as a large empty room. Projections with interactive images alternate on two large white screens. At the end of the show, there will be a workshop to create bracelets with natural materials (flowers, seeds...) so that the young participants can take home a biodegradable souvenir to plant and make their plants grow.

The +Erba project is an interactive show with two dancers who create together with children an imaginary city. The 'architect' dancer observes the landscape and draws the city with houses and streets. The other dancer loves the earth and the insects; he draws grass and trees. The two characters move in an empty scene where projections on two large aligned screens evoke a room of wonder. Here their ideas, imagination and projects are drawn from movement and come to life.

The architect creates houses full of colour and light, the other dancer redesigns them by adding grass and trees. Slowly, an imaginary city grows by combining their different sensitivities. The new-born city becomes a living environment and new characters and new events are added.

The audience comes to colour and populate the city. Insects appear, the seasons change and the city gets bigger, busier and more complex. Their dream of a green city is coming true. But there is also a factory that grows and grows, scaring away insects, birds, and people and making greenery disappear. Together with the children, the dancers will design new space where nature will grow and where a tree concert can be expected.

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Bernstein's proposal will be performed in the Chamber Hall, where this Wednesday's lecture will also take place.


The Auditorio de Tenerife welcomes Ramón Gener in a new musical lecture performance that will take place this Wednesday (17) at 7:30 p.m. This time he reveals the details of Leonard Bernstein's opera Trouble in Tahiti directly from the stage set, as the performances are taking place this weekend and next in the Chamber Hall itself. Tickets for this show with Ramón Gener are available for eight euros.

The Catalan music presenter is enthusiastic about the American conductor and composer Bernstein, whose television broadcasts inspired him. Gener, himself also a musician, explains everything necessary about this title in the white scenery, designed by Carlos Santos, always with the support of his audiovisual equipment, his piano and his baritone voice. 

Gener explains the plot, the emotions, the characters, the music, and the themes in an entertaining and accessible way, using contemporary similes and interpreting some fragments on the piano to reinforce his explanations. It is an opportunity for all those who want to learn more about this opera before the performances and even for those who have never been to an opera and want to know a little more before going.

This opera in one act and seven scenes, premièred in 1952 in Massachusetts, is set in a rich American neighbourhood and tells the story of the disillusionment of Dinah with her husband Sam, who is more interested in his career and distractions than in his family. A jazz trio performs like a chorus in a Greek tragedy between the couple's quarrels and ironizes these problems.

After this fifth lecture by Ramón Gener in the Auditorio de Tenerife, only the one on Rusalka by Antonín Dvořák (March) remains on 21 February at 7:30 p.m. in the Chamber Hall.

Born in Barcelona, Ramón Gener holds a degree in Humanities and Business Studies. He began his studies as a musician at the age of 6 at the Higher Conservatoire of Music of the Liceu, training which he completed later with the pianist Anna Maria Albors. Through a recommendation from the soprano Victoria de los Ángeles, he began to study singing under her supervision. He finished his singing training in Warsaw with the baritone Jerzy Artysz and in Barcelona with the tenor Eduard Giménez. After a career lasting several years as a baritone, he began a new phase as a musical educator, offering conferences about classical music and opera.

The tickets for this conference by Gener are available on the website, at the auditorium's box office, or by dialling the phone number 902 317 327 from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Check the special discounts for the audience under 30 years of age, students, unemployed, and large families.

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Auditorio de Tenerife is hosting the art residency Ágape, by Patricia Caballero from 15 to 21 January 2024. In addition, the workshop Cuerpo al rito run by the artist herself will take place on the last day of the residency.


 Ágape is a machine of stage alchemy. Patricia Caballero brings her experience with alchemy to the creation, subjecting herself to the process that turns carbon into diamond, applied this time to the body, to consciousness, to time, and the stage device. In this distillation of legacies and lineages, we are accompanied by grotesque humour through symbolic games and rites of passage.


We use ancient paintings and alchemy engravings. Together, the image and alchemy sought a balance between presence and absence, between fiction and reality, between secrecy and the transmission of knowledge, between explicit and veiled language, and between the presence and the mask.

The body as a protagonist leads us to states and situations that lurk around the banal, the poetic, catharsis, trance and purging. Through the dance of this unclassifiable creator, and in the company of two genuine musicians, we will discover unknown intricacies of flamenco, the stage, and consciousness. We delve into an intricate game that invites us to perceive quantum reality and the unfolding of time, revealing eternity in the seemingly ephemeral.


Artistic datasheet

Conductor: Patricia Caballero

Performance and original music: Beñat Achiary (vocals and percussion), Raul Cantizano (hurdy-gurdy, lute and guitar) and Patricia Caballero.

Art direction: Julia Valencia

Lighting: Cristina Libertad

Sound and sound space: Pedro León

Assistant Director: Romain Delavoipière

Technical coordination: Carmen Mori

Production: Maria Velasco

Distributed by: Chema Blanco

Audiovisual: Eva Viera

Photography: Agustín Hurtado

Communication: María Martinez

Coproduced by: Teatro Lope de Vega (Seville)

and Teatro Leal (Tenerife)

This production is subsidised by the Andalusian Agency of Cultural Institutions.


Patricia Caballero has been linked to dance for 33 years and professionally for 17 years. A journey of deep study, creation, teaching and accompaniment. Her many transdisciplinary projects are promoted by national and international theatres, festivals, and creative space.

Since 2006, she has investigated different languages, exploring stage documentaries through a trilogy: Aquí Gloria y después paz, Lo raro es que estemos vivos and Barrunto. She closely collaborated with La Porta (Barcelona), a platform that supported all of her projects until it disbanded. For 4 years, she has been immersed in Epifanías, a research project that shakes the boundaries between popular festivals, sacred rites, and stage events, channelling her artistic language towards a new paradigm. It involved the participation of over 350 people and was supported by different institutions and communities.

She worked for several years alongside Israel Galván on stage direction and the integral accompaniment of his work. She co-created with other artists such as Mónica Valenciano and Niño de Elche. In her projects, she is constantly accompanying creators such as Luz Arcas (La Pharmaco), Alberto Cortés, Rocío Guzman, Rosa Romero, among many others. She recently began her movie career with the film On the Go, currently on a global tour around prestigious art house film festivals.

A graduate in Choreography from the Theatre Institute of Barcelona, she has co-founded art collectives and communities such as Arriero, Zirtam, La Colmena... consolidating her BodyVoice Process practice, on which she offers two-year training programmes, after 11 years of continuous laboratory work and investigation. She is also the curator of programmes such as Ciutat Flamenc 2015 at the Mercat de les Flors in Barcelona; of the Art and Ecology Gatherings in rural settings in Cadiz; the co-organiser and advisor of the El Molino de Guadalmesí creative space (Tarifa-Cádiz); and board member and coordinator of the art residencies of La Aceitera (Rocío Molina creative centre in Seville).

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The composer of 'West Side Story' is the creator of this work with a touch of jazz that tackles the problems of a couple


The Ópera de Tenerife is tackling its chamber music proposal for this season: Trouble in Tahiti, by Leonard Bernstein. The work from the composer of West Side Story is coming to the Chamber Hall of the Auditorio de Tenerife with four performances: 20, 21, 27 and 28 of January at 7:30 p.m. The tickets have a single price of 20 Euros and just 5 Euros for audiences under 30 years of age.

To explore this opera in depth, Ramón Gener is returning next Wednesday (17th), at 7:30 p.m. with his talk-concert format. Through the stage design of the production, the Catalan disseminator and musician will discuss all the details and curiosities of this work by the American composer, one of the first orchestra composers from his country and known for his educational concerts on television.

This in-house production by the Auditorio de Tenerife has a local artistic team, led by Francis Hernández in terms of music and Siscu Ruz for staging. The team of the latter, a Catalan theatre director residing in Lanzarote, is completed by the stage designer Carlos Santos from Gran Canaria, the Tenerife costume designer Leo Martínez and the lighting specialist Ibán Negrín, also from the island.

The Tenerife composer will lead an ensemble of fourteen musicians: Pablo Díaz Estrada on flute, Desirée González on oboe and English horn, Diego Jorge Rodríguez on clarinet, Alberto Díaz on bassoon, Marianne Melián on horn, Aitor Acosta on trumpet, Pablo González on trombone, Nelson Hernández on percussion, Luis López on piano, Juan Manuel Díaz on violin I, Carmen Vázquez on violin II, Alba Gorrea on viola, Kathleen Balfe on cello and Juan Carlos Baeza on double bass.

The cast is headed up by the mezzo-soprano Blanca Valido, who plays the role of Dinah and the baritone Omar Lara, who plays her husband, Sam. The cast is completed by the members of the trio who accompany the lead characters in the narration: the soprano Candelaria González, the tenor Aitor Garitano and the baritone Borja Molina.

This opera takes place in one act and seven scenes, and it was premièred in 1952 in Massachusetts. Set in a rich American suburb, it tells the story of the disillusionment of Dinah with her husband Sam, who is more interested in his career and distractions than in his family.

This young middle-class couple of the 1950s goes through a relationship crisis. Far from being dealt with by both of them, it leads them to take refuge in the consumerist and feverish materialism characteristic of the American lifestyle of the era (the American dream), which a jazz trio recounts in an ironic tone in the form of a Greek tragedy chorus between the arguments of the couple.

The Auditorio de Tenerife will stage a shortened version by Garth Edwin Sunderland. The four performances offered count with the authorisation of Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Limited.

The tickets for the opera and the conference by Ramón Gener are available on the website, at the auditorium's box office, or by calling the phone number 902 317 327, from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There are discounts for students, unemployed and large families.

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This Flamenco choreography, inspired by the values of personalities such as García Lorca and Nina Simone, arrives on the island on the 21st of January.


The Auditorio de Tenerife offers on Sunday, 21 January, at 7:30 p.m. in the Symphony Hall the show titled Paraíso de los Negros, by the dance company María Pagés Compañía. The Andalusian creator and winner of the National Dance Award (Creation) 2002 features in this flamenco choreography with singing and live music. The tickets are on sale for €15.

Paraíso de los Negros draws inspiration from the tension between the principles of freedom and authority that cross Poet in New York by Federico García Lorca, the essence of opposites that is distilled in the homonymous work of Carl Van Vechten, the telluric philosophy of the Négritude of Leopold Sedar Senghor and the claims of the desire expressed by Nina Simone.

The work is about the perpetual pursuit of happiness but explores human limits and limitations. Paraíso de los Negros is constructed around choreography, music, singing, lighting, stage design, costumes, and a dramatic account of the tensions created by boundaries which are real, fictitious, specific, symbolic and their consequent violence and aggression on human consciousness.

The rhythm of the work seeks the tranquillity of the balance of the desired common house. However, it is inspired by the arrhythmia, anomalies, disorder and asymmetry produced by the existential anguish that leads people to assert life and coexistence as our inalienable fundamental rights.

The show is directed by El Arbi El Harti, who is in charge of the dramaturgy, and Pagés, who is also responsible for the choreography, musical direction and costume design. The artistic duo created the scenography together. Their team is completed by the lighting designer Pau Fullana and Enrique Cabañas with the sound design.

Pagés' dancing is joined by the Flamenco singers Ana Ramón and Cristina Pedrosa, Rubén Levaniegos on guitar, Sergio Menem on cello, David Moñiz on violin and the percussion of Txema Uriarte.

Pagés was also awarded the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts in 2014, the Culture Prize of the Community of Madrid in 2007 and the IV Culture Award of the University of Seville in 2016. In 2015, Santiago de Chile recognised her show Utopia as the Best International Dance Work.

The 10 Giraldillo awards of the Flamenco Biennial of Seville confirm her status as one of the most essential Flamenco dancers and choreographers. In 1990, she created María Pagés Company. Since then she has had a repertoire of over 20 works.

The tickets are available on the website, at the auditorium's box office or by dialling the phone number 902 317 327 from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m. The tickets can be purchased at a price of €15, but there are special discounts for the audience under 30 years of age, students, unemployed and large families.

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From Auditorio de Tenerife we wish you a happy year 2024, in which you will be the protagonist of an unforgettable show.

Feliz año nuevo Auditorio

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Two of the seven performances are already sold out, which takes place between 4 and 7 January with performers Christian Sánchez and Ana Dachs.


Next week, the Auditorio de Tenerife is hosting seven performances of Ghost, the musical. Two of the shows are already sold out. The musical is coming to the island for the first time from 4 to 7 January, with Christian Sánchez, who will play the role of Sam, and Ana Dachs as Molly.  Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the 31st city to see this production, which already has half a million spectators and 800 shows. This musical is an adaptation produced by the author of the film, the Oscar winner Bruce Joel Rubin.

After its successful residency over two seasons on the Gran Vía in Madrid and a tour around Spain, Ghost, the musical comes to the island with a cast formed by 17 performers, led by Sánchez and Dachs. Alberto Collado will play Carl, and Juls Sosa will play the enigmatic Oda Mae. Joan Mas is the criminal Willy López. Oscar Albert is the subway ghost and Joaquín Olivan is the hospital ghost. Esther Santaella and Belén Marcos play the sisters of Oda Mae. And the innocent Mrs Santiago is Maria Moreno.

Alongside the illusionist Paolo Carta, creator of the special effects in the musical Mary Poppins, the show includes striking special effects that make it possible to recreate memorable scenes from the film, such as the scene in which the ghost goes through the body of Oda Mae and the legendary scenes of Sam going through walls. 

Under the musical direction of Carlos Arriezu, the spectator will be immersed for 41 scenes in the pop-rock of the 90's, without forgetting the iconic Unchained Melody. The choreography is directed by Chiara Vecchi, the script and lyric adaptation are by Silvia Montesinos, the costume design is by Felype de Lima and the characterisation is by Olaya Brandón. The lights in the work, designed by Valerio Tiberi, will recreate the nostalgia of New York twenty years ago. 

Ghost is a timeless love story starring Sam and Molly, a couple in love whose happiness is cut short when a thief kills Sam. The spirit of Sam will resist leaving the world of the living and his great love. The need to save Molly's life means that he must remain in the form of a ghost to warn her about the danger she is in. His only form of contact is a peculiar fortune teller with whom he can communicate.

The film was written by Bruce Joel Rubin, Oscar winner for the film's script, which starred Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg. Adapted for the theatre by Bruce Joel Rubin himself, the show came to Spain in a musical format in 2019 after its release in London and on Broadway. It has music and lyrics by Glen Ballard and Dave Stewart, the latter was the songwriter of the British group Eurythmics.

The show, which received the 2020 Broadway World Spain Award for Best Musical, is an original production directed by Federico Bellone, the artistic director of internationally renowned shows, notably including the Phantom of the Opera, Mary Poppins, by Disney and Cameron Mackintosh, a resounding success in Italy, Dirty Dancing and the musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

This show is a production of Letsgo, the producer and promoter, directed by Iñaki Fernández who is behind many shows such as The Phantom of the Opera, School of Rock, The Hole, Dirty Dancing, The Addams Family, Young Frankenstein, Kinky Boots, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and events such as Naturaleza Encendida (Nature Lit Up) and the immersive exhibition Tim Burton's Labyrinth.

The performances at the Auditorio de Tenerife will take place on Thursday 4 at 8:30 p.m. (tickets sold out), Friday 5 at 6:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Saturday 6 at 6:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., and Sunday 7 at 6:00 p.m. (tickets sold out) and 9:30 p.m. The tickets are available on the website, at the auditorium's box office, or by dialling the phone number 902 317 327 from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m.


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The staff from the Auditorio de Tenerife would like to wish you a 🎄 Merry Christmas🎄 .

The passion for music, opera, and dance can truly light up one's soul. Here's to hoping that the coming year will bring bright moments and share them with you. Cheers!✨ .


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This family proposal can be enjoyed this Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.


The Auditorio de Tenerife is hosting two performances of one of the children's shows by Cantajuego. The company, which specialises in this type of proposal, is presenting ¡Viva mi planeta! Me lo contó un pajarito. (Long live my planet! A little birdie told me about it) this Saturday (23rd) at 4.30 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. in the Symphony Hall.

As part of its 2023-2024 tour, Cantajuego is presenting an original story that transports us to the freedom that is enjoyed by birds and that, with its experience and wisdom, will help the audience and artists to learn great lessons, always with music, dancing, and the humour of characters such as Coco, Pepe and Buby, as well as the cantajuegos (singing and games) themselves.

Based on ¡Viva mi planeta! the series nominated for the Latino Grammy Awards, this new show recreates the stories and songs of the musical fiction, where looking after the planet, work and friendship are some of the key values that are promoted in a musical format for the entire family. In total, more than 80 minutes of music, dance and fun are offered.

Created in 2004, Cantajuego is an educational-music project in an audiovisual format, developed by specialists in psychomotor stimulation and psychological-pedagogical work. Especially targeted at those under the age of 6, it proposes using music and movement to kick-start the imagination and develop a sense of rhythm, voice, movement, body gestures and expressions.

With over 2 million albums sold, 10 million subscribers on YouTube and 600 million views in the last six months, they have been touring continuously with their concerts around all of Spain and Latin America since 2008 and presented over 130 concerts in 2022 alone, Cantajuego has become a benchmark in children's music in recent decades.

The tickets are available on the website, at the auditorium's box office or by dialling the phone number 902 317 327 from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m. Children who have not reached the age of two on the day of the show will not need to purchase a ticket if they are not going to occupy a seat.

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