Noches del Botánico once again welcomes one of the icons of indie music in Spain. Iván's heartbreaking voice, the lush harmonies of his songs and an atmosphere surrounded by nature make the evening an event of a different magnitude.
At Noches del Botánico we believe that there is no age limit to enjoy culture, which is why all minors, regardless of their age, can access the venue. They must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and have their own ticket.
If the child is under 16 years of age, he/she must always be accompanied by his/her father, mother or legal guardian.
Classically trained but forward-looking, the music of the Danish Agnes Obel and the American John Grant have much in common. Both began composing at the piano, both defy convention and both are products of uprootedness, the former from her home base in Berlin and the latter from his studio and home in Reykjavik. Agnes Obel, whose mother was a pianist who liked to play Bartók and Chopin, participated as an actress in Thomas Vinterberg's films, preluding her brilliant work as a composer of soundtracks for series and films, and made four absolutely superb studio albums. Myopia (2020) is her latest chapter. Equally solid has been John Grant's journey from folk rock singer-songwriter fronting The Czars to his current place of pre-eminence as an electronic troubadour, reaffirmed by albums such as Queen of Denmark (2010), Pale Green Ghosts (2013) and Love is Magic (2016). Both make up a double bill brimming with sensitivity and talent.