MADRID, 28 Jul. ` –
National Heritage has closed with 6,748 spectators the concerts of the II edition of ‘Jazz Palacio Real 2021’ on the open-air stage of the Plaza de la Armería of the Royal Palace of Madrid, where between July 20 and 27 the performances of seven artists of international projection have taken place –Silvana Estrada, Carminho, Noa, Miguel Poveda, Buika, Chucho Valdés Y Musict–, in all cases complying with health protocols and capacity controls against COVID-19.
This number of spectators represents an increase of almost 3,000 people (68%) compared to those registered in this same scenario in the first edition of this cycle of jazz and related genres, in 2020, when all the tickets were sold out in all the concerts, in a context of more limited capacity.
The president of National Heritage, Ana de la Cueva, has celebrated that the Plaza de la Armería of the Royal Palace of Madrid has been in this second edition “one of the cultural centers of reference for many inhabitants and visitors who decide to spend the summer in the capital and that they have trusted in the responsibility of this institution to organize events of the highest quality and with all the sanitary guarantees “.
National Heritage highlights in this edition the normal development of the actions, which has taken place in guaranteed safe environments for artists, the public and workers, with different measures such as the reduction and control of capacity, signs, and the mandatory use of the mask in the Interior spaces.
MORE PERFORMANCES IN SEPTEMBER
The cycle ‘Jazz Royal Palace 2021’ It continues until September 11 with eight concerts on four open-air stages at the Royal Sites of the Royal Palace of Madrid, La Granja de San Ildefonso and Aranjuez, for which all tickets have been sold out, at the price of one euro by management.
In the Gardens of Campo del Moro, the next performance will be carried out by Belén Martin Quintet on July 30, at 8:00 p.m., next to the Fountain of the Shells. That same day, but at 9.30 pm, the Queen’s Pavilion stage will host the Mike Martin show dedicated to the great American singer-songwriters such as J. Mitchell and B. Streissand.
The following day, July 31, the Gardens of the Royal Palace of Madrid will receive the Noa Lur Quartet, while at 9:30 p.m. the public will enjoy the Kontxi Lorente Quartet next to the Queen’s Pavilion.
At the Royal Palace of La Granja, the ‘Clásicos Vs. Clásicas’ by Pepe Rivero has been scheduled on Saturday, August 7, as well as the special ‘Fado & Chanson en Femenino’ by María Berasarte on Sunday, August 8.
In addition, the public will have a new opportunity to see these shows at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez on September 10 and 11.