Music Great Hall


Ovella negra Jazz & mallorquin tradition



April, 16

8 p.m.


65 minutes


De 8 a 20 euros

Recommended age

From 12 years

Ovella negra fuses traditional Balearic music and jazz. Male and female dancers complete the show, bringing movement to both styles, interweaving their own dances with Lindy Hop. Joan Frontera's piano compositions are enriched by Teo Salvà on drums and Pablo di Salvo on double bass when they perform jotas, boleros, traditional and jazzy fandangos.

The dance team includes Catalina Barceló, Biel Hernández, Blanca Ribas, Joana Maria Seguí, Vicenç Marí, Carme Roig, Pere Mas and Catin Luna as choreographic advisor. A determined and brave performance with a seal of authenticity.

All the dancers are or have been part of the Escola de Música i danses de Mallorca (School of Music and Dances of Mallorca). The school was founded in 1975 and has participated in festivals worldwide. It has won several awards, including the Golden Temple Award, Sicily in 1984 and the first prize at the Büyükçekmece Festival Turkey in 2015.

Band members
Joan Frontera (piano), Pablo di Salvo (double bass) and Teo Salvà (drums)