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I first saw and heard the tuna 38 years ago, and I was mesmerised by their talent and entertainment genius. As they wandered the streets, they performed a large range of traditional songs on guitar, mandolin and accordion. This time, the membership has surely changed...More
These guys have been playing for years in the evenings in Plaza del Obradorio under the arches accross the square from the famous cathedral in Santiago de Compestella. We have walked many Caminos and every time when we have finished our Camino this group of...More
We happened upon the (nightly?) performance of the Tuna de Derecho de Santiago under the arches of the Plaza del Obradorio, and were instantly drawn in. The musical group, singing classic folk songs (including some from across the ocean to appeal to the international crowd...More
We are staying for 3 nights in Santiago (at the wonderful Costa Vella hotel). Walking back to the hotel after dinner at the O'42 Meson (very good) we heard music and revelry coming from an arcade across from the cathedral. We quickly joined the fun....More
These 'tuna' singers (as in 'tune', not as in 'fish'!) are a LOTof fun! This engaging singing troupe is made up of students studying Law at the Santiago University (well, supposedly ... some of them must have been studying for a very, very long time...More