M I A   R A M E R   &   J O S E P - M A N E L   V E G A

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JOSEP-MANEL VEGA 
SPANISH GUITAR

MIA RAMER
CELTIC HARP & SINGING

Lovely Mia Ramer plays songs composed by Josep-Manel Vega.
The Swiss singer & harpist performs together with the Spanish guitarist.
They both develop music by improvising live in a fresh
and suggestive show full of sweetness and beauty. 


Old fears won't tell the way my steps will take today . . .

- excerpt from the song Clear Light


Catalan guitarist Josep-Manel Vega has been travelling around different countries for a while looking for the most inspiring places to develop his music. He creates environments by improvising with elements taken from classical music, flamenco, jazz and so-called drone music (built on a single chord) present in Celtic music, Gregorian chant, middle-age music and the ragas of Indian music.

This collection of songs, perfomermed by Mia Ramer and himself, reflects a deep proces of personal transformation, now shared. Find out more at www.josepmanelvega.com 

Mia Ramer is a singer/songwriter and harpist from Switzerland, with Danish origins. She started playing music at an early age, learning the harp and playing mainly Celtic and classical music. Later on she began experimenting with other styles of music by learning singing and playing the guitar, ultimately leading her to writing her own songs.

A debut album Places & People was released in 2018, with guitar, ukulele and vocals. After the release Mia started focusing mainly on the harp again, and travelled a lot with her reduced sized instrument to perform in different European cities. A new EP is planned for 2021

GARRIGUES GUITAR FESTIVAL

OPENING CONCERT

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03 / JULY / 2021

2021

July 1st - Malignum Castrum (Os de Balaguer)

SOLD OUT

July 3rd - Garrigues Guitar Festival (Les Borges Blanques) 

July 4th - Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (Huesca)

SOLD OUT

July 7th - Ronda Barcelona (Barcelona)

2022

January 2nd - ARTS TO RISE Auditorium

JOSEP-MANEL VEGA

MIA RAMER