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RED Friday May 2024 – La Térmica

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Friday, May 3, 2023 | 18:00 to 00:00 hours

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Next May 3, the RED Fridays return to La Térmica, one of the most consolidated and emblematic events of the contemporary culture center of the Provincial Council of Málaga. And they do it with important news.

In this new stage, the format takes a turn towards a meeting of living arts, with more music, theater, dance and performance, with design and fashion, in a dynamic and diverse program of six uninterrupted hours of activities closely linked to local talent. The objective is to propose an immersive art experience so that the public can enjoy a different proposal. In addition, the events will have a solidarity nature and the tickets, available on the La Térmica website starting Friday, April 26 at 1:00 p.m., will go to different NGOs.

At this event on May 3, the music will be provided by the Dominican singer and songwriter The Change and the Madrid-based Oddliquor, as headliners, in addition to the sessions by the Granada-based DJ Natural Language, the Barcelona-born Tony Varga and the Malaga-born Jhon Mena and Marzziano, from the Apparenzza Music label.

It will also have the RED Capsule, a project in collaboration with Málaga de Moda conceived to show the creation and experimentation of Málaga talents in this sector. As for the performance, one of the most reinforced sections and which will be present in different parts of the building, will feature Jana Pacheco and Panamá Díaz, Verónica Ruth Frías and Cristina Savage.

18:00 – Doors opening

18:00 – 22:00 / RED Capsule – Room 008 / Aron Johnson Exhibition – 014

18:00 – 20:00 h / DJ Jhon Mena / Stage 2 – Patio del Tiempo

Valencian DJ and producer based in Marbella, he started at the age of 16 behind the booths, playing everything from the best house in the small clubs and beach bars on the Costa del Sol to the groover underground Techno in most of the venues in the south of Andalusia, expanding throughout the national territory.

19:30 – 20:00 h /  Performance Cristina Savage

Cristina Savage (Connecticut, 1979) is an artist who investigates data as a large part of her work in defense of women’s rights. Whether the number of women artists included in museums’ permanent collections or exhibited with public funds, relative to male artists. In this case she studied the figures of deaths of women and children due to intimate partner violence.

It is the second time that the artist will represent this very painful piece, which invites the public to reflect on human fragility and indifference. Cristina decontextualizes the domestic act of sewing in front of the television, a creative and meditative practice carried out mainly by women. With a tambourine frame hooked to her chest, she sews red crosses on herself, on her second skin, which recall the wounds inflicted on the bodies of victims of gender violence that the artist sees in news programs that exclusively narrate cases. of femicides.

8:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. / Performance Verónica Ruth Frías

It is an action by the artist Verónica Ruth Frías in which she talks to us about the invisibility of women artists throughout history, with them being considered geniuses and them only muses or models and not active creative subjects. In this performance they will not be mere observers, they will share and eat their portion of the cake. Women have the right to demand their share, without fear, without regard and with backward gluttony.

20:30 – 21:00 h / Performance Jana Pacheco, Panamá Díaz

Recycling Performance is a project conceived by Jana Pacheco and Panamá Díaz, designed as a tribute to the influential performing artists of the 70s, 80s and 90s. Through a feminist perspective, we seek to incorporate gender care and theories into body art. that have emerged in recent years, thus enriching our artistic expression with a contemporary and reflective vision.

8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. / Dj Marzziano / Stage 2 – Patio del Tiempo

Almost 8 years have passed since his first release as an artist, under his former pseudonym (Elek), marking the beginning of his journey in the music industry. Today, Marzziano (his current name) has already completed 2 tours in Southeast Asia, 1 tour in America and South America. He has from his country, Spain, such as Fabrik, Industrial Copera or La Terrazza. Copera, or La Terrazza, among others. In addition, he has performed in all the clubs on the Costa del Sol, where he currently resides, such as Dreamers, Olivia Valere, Momento and Playa Padre. In the last two, she served as a resident during the summer of 2023 for the Más Vida fiestas, a record label for which she is A & R.

8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. / Concert 1 / The Change – Victoria Stage

Carmen Cambiaso, known as “The Change” was born 22 years ago in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Since she was little she was always very active. As a result of her passion for soccer, she obtained a scholarship to study Film & TV at SCAD, Savannah, USA. In 2016, when she arrived in the United States to study her scholarship, her years of change began, which led her to begin living with a purpose, to be an “artist,” which later became her way of living. life of her. Nowadays, thanks to the confidence gained during those years, he sings, writes and produces all of his songs. He released his first single in December 2018, “Báilame,” inspired by the nights he used to go out with his friends.

9:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. / Concert 2 Oddliquor – Victoria Stage

Marcos Terrones, better known as Oddliquor, is an artist, music producer and songwriter from Madrid, who in addition to producing for big names on the current music scene, has been publishing his own music since 2015. Since then, he has shown himself to be a restless artist who combines production with a prolific personal career where, in addition to numerous singles, he has already published 4 albums: Serendipia (2016), Vibrato (2018), Flúor (2020), and 4×4 (2021).

22:00 – 00:00 h / DJ Tony Varga 4 – Patio del Tiempo

Make your audience enjoy; That has been Toni Varga’s purpose since he first got into a booth more than 15 years ago. The love for music and the desire to continue his career as a DJ/Producer were the reasons why the Galician left his birthplace to move to Barcelona, ​​where he definitely found his place and a new house called El Row.

22:30 – 00:00 h / Natural language Dj – Victoria Stage

Natural Language is the alias of Andy, a producer and DJ from Granada. The stylistic diversity stands out in his style. His creations and sets cover a wide spectrum, from electronic and breakbeat vibes with an acidic and melodic essence, to forays into terrain more oriented towards club sounds and bootlegs. A notable milestone in his career includes a collaboration with the group La Plazuela, where he played the role of producer on the piece “Tangos de Copera.”

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