A new edition arrives in 2020, and there are seven of the International Jazz and Nature Photography Festival #NaturaJazz. This year, in its usual months of celebration: April and May. In these months, the MUNA, Museum of Nature and Archeology, becomes the epicenter of lovers of good music and nature photography, in a unique show that every year earns more followers and combines the best live sound with projections of spectacular images that show the richness and biodiversity of the natural environment on our planet. A free appointment to bring photography to the public and raise awareness about the importance of valuing the natural environment by appealing to the senses. Born in 2014, #NaturaJazz has managed to position itself as a reference artistic and musical space inside and outside the island landscape, with a program that in each edition surprises attendees with local bands and locations such as Morocco, Gambia, Mauritania, Senegal, Cape Verde or Portugal. After six editions, it has also become a clear reference to the sound that is made in the islands that receives numerous proposals for local formations every year that want to join the program. In addition, the increase in the quality of the photographic proposals received, made on all continents and from photographers from numerous countries, is significant. Each year, it is more difficult for the jury to select the twelve winning projects from among the more than one hundred received. This festival of the senses brings these disciplines to the attendees, also in a transversal way, through a large program of workshops, courses, talks, photographic field trips and exhibitions with the aim of spreading aesthetic values and love for nature that assumes the contest and be an element of communication of this cultural event.