On 25 September, the twenty-second season begins at the Sa Maniga Auditorium in Cala Millor. Sant Llorenç City Council presents an ambitious programme of music, dance, theatre, lectures, guided visits, courses and workshops in this outstanding cultural centre, in operation since 1999. 




From 25 September  to 28 November, the Contemporary Art Show can be visited, which includes the work of some of the most significant artists of contemporary art in Spain, with names such as Barceló, Bechtold, Broto, Campano, García Sevilla , Gordillo, Xavier Grau, Guinovart, Hernández Pijuan, Lamazares, Eva Lootz, Mompó, Guillem Nadal, Plensa, Ràfols Casamada, Saura, Sicilia, Susana Solano or Tàpies. An essential exhibition, which you can visit individually or through free guided tours. 

The first concert will be on Friday, 25 September, at 8:30 p.m., by Voicello, a duo formed by the soprano Carme Garí and the cellist Gabriel Fiol, who present the show Crossover Opera Pop, with free admission. 

Later, on Saturday, 10 October, there will be the Blowing show, for all families, by the company Múcab Dans and Toni Mira, who arrive from Barcelona. A show for all audiences, which only costs € 7. Tickets can purchased through the website www.samaniga.es. 

If what you are looking for is fun and at the same time good music, come on Saturday, 17 October, to see and listen to the Concerto a tempo d'Umore, offered by the Orquesta de Cámara del Ampurdán (Girona). Great musicians, great pieces from the great repertoire, and thinking about humour. Tickets cost € 13 and are available on the website www.samaniga.es. 

The best Spanish dance comes from the José Huertas Flamenco Ballet (Valencia). It will be on Saturday, 31 October, with a classic of literature and ballet, Don Quixote. Tickets cost € 12 and can be purchased through the website www.samaniga.es. 

Finally, the Auditorio sa Màniga offers training activities (there are very few places available), free of charge, such as the Discussion Group in English (every Thursday night), or the Contemporary Culture Course (from 31 October to 27 November), to think and understand the keys to today's world.