October 19, 2021

An amazing week in Malaga, a city full of art, music and joy of life

Once upon a time … the way I should start this article.

An amazing week with 6 teachers from Tartu is going to end. 
Since the beginning, our time together was funny, interesting and very very productive. 6 Ladies from Vocational school from Tartu came on Monday to our wonderful city, Málaga, and this is when the adventure started. Welcome meeting, city tour, all of that is known to you but apart that, we had an amazing professional visit, organized by our Agency Manager Giulia Scavone. Museum of music with flamenco show, museum of glass with painting workshop, visiting Spanish vocational school and music school.

A lot of amazing moments, smiles and people who were so proud of their culture, art and city.

The city … is all about Málaga.

Those days show us that Málaga is not just nice weather and beaches.
This is a place full of art, this city is full of music, sport, education, happiness and joy of life.

 Unforgettable for me and the teachers was an amazing visit at music school, where we had the pleasure to listen to a piano and organ classes.
22 years old student made all teachers cry singing one of the most beautiful opera aria. We could listen to an authentic, local, genuine flamenco.
The musician showed us the real and true face of this city.  We were laughing, we were crying, we were so grateful to be here … and this is the true Malaga´s face. Sometimes it makes you cry, sometimes it makes you laugh, sometimes it is very noisy and sometimes it’s very quiet, but it always gives you emotion, feelings, passion and joy of life.

“Being here was a pleasure”, said the teachers and for me living and working here is a huge pleasure. After one week away, I am so glad I can share the beauty of this amazing place with 6 wondrous teachers from Tartu. I am pretty sure they enjoyed their stay here, they were deeply moved and I hope they will not forget Tribeka Training Lab and this great project we created together.
But above all, I hope, they will never forget Málaga …

¡Como te quiero, Málaga!

Article by Magdalena Pieczarka

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