Lori Meyers and Anni B Sweet impregnated the botanical garden with their lush atmospheres of sound, just on the night when we celebrated one month since the beginning of the festival. In the blink of an eye we have passed the halfway point of this fifth edition, walking hand in hand towards a safe and responsible culture.
It seems like only yesterday that Nathy Peluso took to the stage to inaugurate the new instalment of Botanical Nights, with two shows of pure cramp. The urban rhythms of the Argentinian vocalist gave way to the fantastic musical proposals that have been camping out on the stage of our particular oasis, night after night. Thus a total of twenty-six memorable performances that are already part of the history of this concert series.
We still have many more moments to celebrate on our fifth anniversary. Tomorrow we return to the Botanical Garden of the Complutense University to welcome one of the living legends of jazz, Wynton Marsalis. The legendary trumpeter from New Orleans will be accompanied by no less than a septet made up of members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.
This is the start of another summer week of music in nature, in which Coque Malla, Quique González, Fangoria and Nancys Rubias will also be taking part. We'll be waiting for you from 19:00 to make your favourite concert an unforgettable experience.