This time our show is dedicated to string instruments. It’s impossible to include all of them in only an hour and a half time, but we chose some curiosities like the charango from the Andes with a string ensemble, and an unusual arrangement by Roxette in which strings are predominant. Cellos will play the famous Metallica’s “The unforgiven”. Hindu instruments like the sitar and the tamboura will combine with violins and cellos in a kind of western hindu raga. The soft sound and slow melody of a harp will be the background to a voice that recites words written by William Blake in the prologue to King Edward IV. And we will take you from the sound of the hammered dulcimer of the alpine regions to the sound of the cuatro in Venezuela and the plains of Colombia. There’s more to discover, all you have to do is find out by yourself while listening to the show.