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Festival de Otono

Listed under Festivals in Madrid, Spain.

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Madrid's Autumn Festival is a showcase for some of the finest Spanish and international theatre, dance, music and circus acts, as carefully selected by Madrid's Cultural promotion Department. Performances are divided between some fifteen venues across the centre of Madrid and an equal number located in the surrounding municipalities, with several taking place every day over a period of about five weeks, so not only are you bound to find something that takes your fancy, but you'll be able to schedule in an exploration of various areas of Madrid along the way, whether you stay for a couple of days or the whole month.

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“Festival de Otoño”

'The Festival de Otoño is the best music festival in Spain, with a lineup that attracts the cream of the European and South American musical communities. The usual roster of chamber music, symphonic pieces, and orchestral works is supplemented by a prog… Read more...

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