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“Mundi has enjoyed 3 successful tours of Spain, thanks to the wonderful people at Perform in Spain. We are a sextet  from Austin, Texas and the foundation of our sound is the medieval music of Spain. Our dream was to come to Spain  and perform this music from 800 years ago in the churches and cathedrals from that distant time that were still standing. Perform in Spain made our dreams come true.  Each tour was carefully crafted by Josu and his team, and every detail  attended to. Highlights included a performance in front of thousands at the Festival Internacional de Música y Danza  de Granada, an expedition to Morocco, and several shows in Leon, and on the pilgrim path to Santiago de Compostela.  Throughout our tours we had a knowledgeable and fun guide/scholar with us, and our shows were publicized, and well-attended.  To give you a flavor of our 2013 tour, here is a 30-minute film” Darrel Mayers, Director-Mundi Ensemble, Austin, Tx.

Besides our work with large groups and ensembles, we helped during the past 20 years many small ensembles to organize their concert tours around Spain and to be part of some prestige music festivals.

During the past years and due to the crisis the conditions for semi-professional and professional ensembles had changed a lot and even that some circuits for classical music are open but limited, some others for blues or rock are limited to clubs where   foreign and not well known bands are not well payed, or they are sharing money with the bar owners, etc….

We do hope the situation will turn soon and on the meantime we will be glad to receive your information and either to connect you with local clubs or festivals directly or if possible to manage your tour. We want to be an open window for musicians interested to come to perform in Spain for many more years!

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