Música de agosto en Eurostars Hotels



La música ameniza buena parte de los establecimientos Eurostars más distinguidos. Durante esta segunda quincena de agosto los desayunos del Eurostars Berlí­n están acompañados por la música de Ignacio de la Vega al piano y de Leila Akhmetova al violí­n. En el Grand Marina Hotel de Barcelona, la música hace su aparición en las veladas de los sábados (25 de agosto, All That Jazz) y en los desayunos del fin de semana, con Pablo Despeytroux a la guitarra y Carlos Caro al violí­n. Además, el pianista Cristian Moya ameniza al piano todas las veladas de lunes a viernes.

Otras citas destacadas son los desayunos musicales en el Grand Central de Munich, a cargo de Martí­n Ruppenstein (guitarra) y Juan Roque Alsina (violí­n); las noches de jazz y fado en el Eurostars Rio Douro; y las happy hour musicales en el Claridge Bar de Buenos Aires.


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