Pandemic Yields One Unexpected Gain for Spanish Musician

Igor Paskual Talks About His Musicial Journey During Covid-19

Spanish Rock Musician Igor Paskual

For those in the arts, the pandemic has been especially cruel. In Spain, as elsewhere, musicians are struggling to adapt to the loss of live concert opportunities. Igor Paskual, one of Spain’s popular rock and roll musicians, talks about how he is coping with the challenges the pandemic has created.




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Laura Vasilion

Editor of Present Tense and Talking to the World. Author, blogger, novelist. Would rather be living in Iceland.

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