What’s on in Mallorca


Sunday January 9

Balearic Symphony Orchestra – Ritual of pagesia

The Teatre Principal in Inca, closed for years, abandoned and left to rot, is making up for lost time since its almost total restoration and recent reopening.

There is a link between the Inca and the Auditorium of Palma, and this through the person responsible for the construction of the auditorium – Marc Ferragut Fluxà, born in Inca in 1901. The auditorium opened in 1969; Marc Ferragut died in 1981. The Teatre Principal is therefore the place of his official proclamation as the illustrious son of the Inca. The tribute will feature a documentary and the Orfeó l’Harpa d’Inca choir.
Next, the Balearic Symphony Orchestra will perform a special concert of two works – “Ritual de pagesia” by Mallorcan composer Baltasar Samper and Haydn’s Symphony No. 101, “The Clock”.

Sunday, 6.15 p.m., Teatre Principal, C. Teatre 10, Inca.

Palma. 12h00 / 17h00: Circo Alegria – Circus on Ice. Son Fusteret Showground, Cami Vell Bunyola. From € 11.30. circoalegria.com / 4tickets.es

Palma. 6:00 p.m .: Hakuna Matata, el Musical (Adaptation of ‘The Lion King’). Auditorium Palma (Sala Mozart), Paseo Marítimo 18. 20 euros. auditoriumpalma.com

Palma. 7:00 p.m .: Tribute to Michael Jackson – The Legend, King of Pop. Palma Auditorium (Sala Magna), Paseo Marítimo 18. 35 euros. auditoriumpalma.com

Markets (8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.)

Today Alcudia, Consell (empty), Felanitx, Inca, Llucmajor, Marratxi – Poligono (flea markets), Muro, Pollensa, Porto Cristo, Sa Pobla, Santa Maria del Camí and Valldemossa. Palma: Plaza de la Verge del Miracle (1st Sunday of each month).

tomorrow Caimari (Selva), Cala Millor, Calvia, Lloret de Vistalegre, Manacor, Mancor de la Vall and Montuiri.

Please be advised that some of these events could be canceled at the last minute due to the Covid-19 situation.


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