Outstanding lied singers from all over the world give recitals along with the pianist and festival organiser Roger Vignoles. Each year deals with a central theme, giving rise to specialised conferences on the genre.
Organizer: Concello de Santiago / Asoc. Galega da Lírica Teresa Berganza.
Amateur theatre companies present their productions.
Annual fair that is held in the city’s most emblematic park, where you can find bargains in a great variety of publications, including books about Santiago and Galicia. Numerous activities, which vary from day to day, are held in connection with the book fair.
Recent publications at bargain prices, decades- and even centuries-old books, documents about Santiago and Galicia… A good excuse for visiting one of the city’s best parks in spring.
Summer classical music festival linked to Santiago and its pilgrim routes; it stands out due to the exceptional quality of its programme, highly renowned throughout Europe.
From its more than 20 concerts (90% are free), more than a third are held in Santiago de Compostela, presenting a history of music by the world’s best classical groups.
Via Stellae combines Renaissance and vanguard, European and Galician composers, opera and chamber music, sacred music, premieres and, above all, the only concerts of their kind in Spain.
Organised by: Teresa Berganza Lyrical Galician Association and Xunta de Galicia.
An annual event that has been held in Santiago de Compostela since 1957; it provides Spanish music training to professional and student performers from all over the world. During the course, concerts are held in singular venues (indoor and outdoor) in the old town.
Puppeteers from several countries present their singular productions. Children’s shows, outdoor performances and evening shows. And also round tables, exhibitions and workshops… an entire range of activities related to puppets.
Organizer: Asociación Cultural Barriga Verde
From October to June, the Real Filharmonía de Galicia and other Spanish and international orchestras feature more than 30 concerts, close to 100 musical compositions and 40 invited conductors and soloists await the public in the Auditorio de Galicia.