08 Jul The nights of the MAIT? continue in July with activities that mu …
The Museum of Ibero-American Handicrafts of Tenerife, dependent of the Cabildo, offers a sacred evening tonight at 7:00 p.m.
'The nights of the MAIT', a program developed by the Cabildo through the Insular Crafts Company, continues during the month of July with the aim of bringing the content of the Ibero-American Handicraft Museum of Tenerife to the whole Island. It is a way different from knowing the cultural heritage from the perspective of leisure and entertainment with thematic guided tours, music concerts, dramatized routes and gastronomic tastings.
Today, Friday 6, will be celebrated 'The sacred night: The House that hides a Church', from 19:00 hours. This call has had an excellent response from the public since the beginning because, in less than 24 hours, the available tickets were sold out.
This evening will begin at the MAIT with a tasting of traditional artisan pastry and Canarian wines. Afterwards, the guided tour begins, carried out by Jesús Rodríguez Bravo, art historian and author of the book 'Los Jesuitas y las Artes en La Orotava'. During this route, we will visit the Jesuit enclaves of La Orotava and the entrance to Casa Brier, where the remains of the Temple of the Society of Jesus can be found. This tour will conclude in the Church of the Conception with a concert of Gregorian music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with the songs from the Convent of San Benito Abad (what is today the MAIT) and the Parish of La Concepción, in charge of Juan Luis Bardón. All this in collaboration with the Sacred Museum El Tesoro de la Concepción.
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