José Corbacho and Ramón Gener will moderate the concert, presenting the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra, a pop-rock band and three singers.


The Auditorio de Tenerife - a cultural venue linked to the Department of Culture of Tenerife Island Council that is managed by the island's Minister of Culture Enrique Arriaga – has sold out the tickets for the show Love, love, love. A trip through music and love, presented by José Corbacho and Ramón Gener, with music by the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra and The Love Rock Band, featuring three singers. The concert takes place this Thursday [16], starting at 7:30 p.m., in the Symphony Hall.

This artistic proposal is a journey through the most renowned works of classical music and the most important hits of modern music. The performance includes music by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Verdi and Wagner, but also songs from Elvis Presley, Amy Winehouse, Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, Madonna, Elton John, Katy Perry and Beyoncé.

During the show, between one song and the other, we will listen to incredible stories about the artists of the music that is performed during the show and the situations behind the compositions. The music will be performed by the Symphony Orchestra of Tenerife conducted by Rubén Gimeno, and The Love Rock Band, formed by pop-rock musicians and the three singers Sara Pi, Sebastián Ramírez and Tonia Richardson.

Although love and music may be perceived as magic and emotion, they are chemistry and mathematics. Love is not only the feeling that moves the world, instead, over the centuries it has been one of the main sources of inspiration for artists in general and musicians in particular. Hence why this show combines words and theatre with live music, performed by fifty musicians, including the members of a symphony orchestra, a pop-rock group and three first-rate singers.

Ramón Gener began training as a musician studying piano at the Conservatoire of the Liceu and he completed it with vocal studies in Warsaw and Barcelona. 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 success of these conferences led him to the television world on TV3 with the programme Òpera en Texans and subsequently on the national and international scene with This is opera and This is art. On radio, he regularly collaborates with the programme Hoy por hoy on the Cadena SER channel and Versió RAC1. He has published the books Si Beethoven pudiera escucharme (2013), El amor te hará inmortal (2016) and Beethoven, un músico sobre un mar de nubes (2020).

José Corbacho is an actor, director and scriptwriter. He has been part of the theatre company La Cubana for twelve years with shows such as Teresina S.A., Cómeme el coco negro and Cegada de amor. He directed the film Tapas (2005) and obtained the award for best film at the Malaga Festival and the Goya Award for the best new director. He directed the feature film Cobardes e Incidencias (2015) and was also the director of the series Pelotas on TVE. He is well-known for his television work on programmes such as La cosa nostra, Homo zapping, Tú sí que vales, Masterchef celebrity and Tu cara me suena, among others.

He is a founding member of Pepitos Brothers, a production company that he runs with Pep Espada and Bernat Gascon. José Corbacho is this show's artistic director, with musical direction by Marcelo Frajmowicz and executive production by Pep Espada.