The concerts of the Aire Rural cycle return to various locations this weekend | The Adelantado of Segovia

Aire Rural, the Caja Rural Foundation’s musical summer, continues this weekend in Campo de San Pedro, Riaza, Ayllón, Navalmanzano and Chañe.

Today Friday the appointment is in the Plaza Mayor of Campo de San Pedro, at 9:00 p.m. with the group ‘Rock & Wine’. Tomorrow Saturday in Riaza, at 9.30 pm ‘Encinillas Jazz Project’ performs. In the Plaza de Ayllón, at 9:00 pm, ‘Levi & The Elders’; and in Navalmanzano at 11:30 p.m. ‘Hot Mosquitos’ intervenes. On Monday 16, in Chañe, at 9:00 p.m. They act ‘Triguiñuelas’.

In total, fifteen municipalities in the province have enjoyed this musical proposal by Cajaviva Caja Rural to date, with a common denominator: all the participating groups are Segovians.

Last week the national and international pop rock of Wine Notes shone in Mozoncillo by the hand of Wine Notes. This Segovian duo emerged at the end of 2013 around wine and music. Henar López, the vocalist, is a Sommelier and singer and has been linked to the world of wine for almost 15 years and its internationalization through tastings, presentations and different experiences around the world. Gele Rodrigo, a professional guitarist, has been dedicated to show business for more than 15 years. In his repertoire, classic themes from Fairgroung Attraccion or Pointer Sisters are mixed with Zaz or Whitney Houston, without neglecting the songs in Spanish from the 80s and 90s with versions of Los Ronaldos, Sabina or Fito, to end with ACDC’s Rock.

In Coca, Juan Hedo (guitar and voice) and Adolfo Díaz (bandurria, lute and mandolin) moved the audience with their “songs of today and forever”. This musical duo has been performing concerts since 2005.

Aire Rural’s wildest rock & roll came to Navas de Oro with Hot Mosquitos, a band formed at the end of 2010 by members of other bands, who got together with the intention of making versions of great rock, soul and funk songs. the garage, rock, blues … mainly from the 70’s. Attendees enjoyed an amazing repertoire that included versions of Rufus Thomas, Hendrix, Allman Brothers, Aretha Franklin, Ray Barreto, James Brown, Police, Canned Heat, Bowie, Georgie Fame, Grand funk railroad.