Choir Sounds of Joy and Reflexion

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Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir

Under the Patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Denmark

Ebbe Munk, Director / Helen Davies, harpist


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Portugal  & Spain April-May , 2018

Under  the title of  Choir Sounds of Joy and Reflexion, the Copenhagen Royal Chapel came this April to Lisbon and Spain  and offered concerts  on Wednesday April 25 at the Church of the Monastery of San Jeronimo in Lisbon, on April 28 at the Catedral Vieja de Salamanca, on April 30 at the Iglesia del Salvador in Seville and  a final concert  at the Catedral de Malaga on May 2nd.


The CRCC performed  in front of over 2,400 people  on their  Iberian tour and shared the beautiful voices  in front of warm audiences.

Under the leadership of Ebbe Munk and  with the harpist  Helen Davies they  played the following program:

“Choir Sounds of Joy and Reflexion”


Palle Mikkelborg Noon of Night / Dear God, Be Good to Me

Morten Lauridsen O Magnum Mysterium

HARP SOLO Stephen Henriksen The Meadown


Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina Sicut cervus & Sitivit anima mea

Sven-David Sandström Sicut cervus& Sitivit anima mea

HARP SOLO Adolf Sjöden Elegie


Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Jauchzet dem Hern, alle Welt, Psalm 100

Carl Nielsen Benedictus ( from 3 motets op. 55)

HARP SOLO Rhian Samuel Ymhell y mor ( Far across the sea)


Carl Nielsen Teach Me, Star of the Night

Sergei Rachmaninoff Bogoroditse Devo/ Ave Maria

Palle Mikkelborg A Simple Prayer: Oh Divine Master


More about the CRCC

Among  some of the oldest European musical traditions are the Cathedral choirs and their choir schools. The Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir is the only representative of this tradition in Scandinavia.

Founded in 1924 by Mogens Wöldike the choir developed into a full-time institution with the boys receiving their general education alongside a full musical and vocal training at SANKT ANNAE GYMNASIUM, the Copenhagen Municipal  Choir School. Since 1959 the choir has been resident at Copenhagen Cathedral and performs, as part of their duties, at state functions and during royal visits abroad. A main part of the  choir´s activities are concerts in leading concert halls, cathedrals and  at festivals all over the world.

In 2000 the CRCC was awarded the prestigious Eugene Mortimer Choir Prize by the Europeran Cultural Foundation Pro Europa, and from the 2002 the choir has been appointed Ambassadeurs de lÚnion by Le Féderation Européene des Choeurs de lÚnion in Brussels. In 2003 the choir was honoured in Paris by lÍnstitut de France-Académie des Beaux-Arts with the Prix Chant choral Liliane Bettencourt.

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The  CRCC regularly works with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra and has released numerous recordings. There is a continued collaboration with the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra/Copenhagen Phil, with the ensembles of the Danish Broadcasting Company and with regional orchesttras in Denmark, and a close co-operation with the Royal Opera House in Copenhagen has also been established in recent years. The recording of Buxtehude´s Cantatas received the Danish Music Awards “Choral  release of the year” in 2002. In 2018 the choir releases its latest recording including Palestrina´s Marcellus Mass and Sicut Cervus, and a new setting of Sicut Cervus by Sven-David Sandström.

From 2000 the CRCC has performed in such various places as New Zealand (Wellington Cathedral), New York (Saint Thomas, 5th Ave)Beijing (National Centre of Performing Arts), Shangai ( Oriental Art Space)Milano (Teatro alla Scala), Berlin ( Berliner Dom), Paris(Notre Dame) and Oxford (Sheldonian Theatre)

Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark has presented CRCC and Ebbe Munk with the PRO EUROPA prize (2002) on behalf  of the European Foundation for Culture….. to honour the high quality and outstanding achievement of its choral singing and its artistic contribution to culture dialogue in the world.


Ebbe Munk was in 1991 appointed both as precentor in the Copenhagen Cathedral and artistic director and conductor of the CRCC for which he was fourth in succession after Mogens Wöldike, Niels Moller and Per Enevold.

Ebbe Munk´s name has been closely associated with the price winning chamber choir VOX DANICA, which was  known  especially for the  performance of new Nordic music. From 1982 to 1991 he was the director of SANKT ANNAE YOUTH CHOIR, which under his leadership developed into one of the major youth  choirs in Europe.

With the CRCC and as a choir instructor, Ebbe Munk has given masterclasses, participated in choral festivals and served on international competition juries in places such as Princeton University, Festival des Cathedrales de Picardie, the National Conservatory of Music and the Opera House in Hanoi and Nordklang  in Finland.

One of the most marked features of Ebbe Munk´s tenure with the choir has been the development of the performance of early music, which began as collaboration between CRCC and Concerto Copenhagen, as well as with special ensembles from abroad, notable the Duffay Collective in London.

IN 2000 Ebbe Munk established a collaboration between the cathedral choir masters in Helsinki, Turku, Uppsala, Trondheim, Oslo and Copenhagen and this has been extended to include illustrious choral institutions such as Escolania de Montserrat, King´s College Cambridge and New College Oxford.

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Since  2002 Ebbe Munk has  been artistic counsellor of  the Federation des Choeurs de l´Union I Bruxeles and in 2008 he succeeded Sir David Willcocks at the Big Sing and Teapot Summer School in New Zealand. IN 2003 together with the CRCC he has honoured with the Prix Chant  choral Liliane Bettencourt by l´Institut de France-Academie des Beaux-Arts(Paris) for which  he in 2008 was appointed member of the prize jury.

In 2000 Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark honored Ebbe Munk with a knighthood ( Knight  of the Order of Dannebrog) and in 2015 he was elevated to Knight of the First Rank of the Order of Dannebrog.

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Helen Davies career as a harpist is diverse and eclectic. Her wide ranging musical life has seen her combine a distinguished orchestral career in Ireland and Scandinavia with scholarly research in 18th and 19th century harp music, arranging and performing Irish traditional harp music and the harp music of her native Wales, and , since 1989, working in the field of contemporary electronic improvided music with her husband, trumpet player and composer Palle Mikkelborg, with whom she has performed worldwide. She has also  worked closely with the CRCC and has toured extensively with them.

Helen studied harp in her native Wales with Ann Griffiths and studied music in Birmingham University (UK). During her time in Ireland, Helen taught both classical and Irish harp at the Royal Irish Academy of Music and established a diploma course for Irish harp. She has published several books of harp music and is currently involved in researching forgotten harp virtuosi from 18th and 19th century Scandinavia. Helen has been featured on numerous recordings and her 2 solo CD have both been awarded nominated.



34 Semana de Musica Sacra de Segovia

This morning the Western Washington University Concert Choir performed in the Church of Saint John of the Knights in medieval Segovia closing the festival with a hugh success of audience. Several prestige international artists performed before as the Chamber Choir f Madrid,Pino de Vittorio  who played church and plazas songs from Naples on  1600, the Musica Reservata from Barcelona performing T.L.Victoria, the violinist Alejandro Bustamante playing J.S.Bach …and the WWUCC singing sacred european music and frican american spirituals and hyms.It was an excellent festival edition.

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At the gates of Easter, and almost finishing our Lent period, we had been or the road since early  February with some concert  bands such as Augustana Concert Band, the Wagner College  Choir and high school string orchestras as ThunderRidge that just returned home after being playing in front of large audiences, where they were welcomed with outstanding ovations.


This Sunday we will tour again with an excellent string orchestra with performances in Avila, Madrid, Zaragoza and Barcelona.

We are also closing the final details for   next May where we will  have planned beautiful concerts for the Berkeley Youth Symphony, the Luther College Band, the Withworth University Choir and  the Pacific Lutheran Jazz, Wind and Orchestra throughout Spain and Portugal. This spring will be  full of music and fun

Music Festivals in Spain

Spain is passionate about music. We have more annual music festivals than we can list; celebrations of every musical genre including classical, choral, contemporary, gospel, pop and electronic. Find information below on some of the biggest festivals, featuring classical, jazz, flamenco and other musical styles. Check our Facebook and Twitter posts for updates and information on these festivals and news about other concerts, festivals and musical events that Perform in Spain celebrates.
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Flight Delays Wont Stop the Music

March 2018

No one knows what the weather is going to be, specially after one of the driest years we had with almost no rain but  even  the rain in  Spain…… at this time of the year many airports in Europe and  North America are close due to the snow storms, etc.. The University Chorale of Boston College could finally fly to Spain and right upon arrival  was their first concert   and our opening concert season in Ecija , near Cordoba and Sevilla. It is not because it was the first of this new season, but it turned into a memorable concert after the effort all singers, conductor  and organist put on it  and also thanks to the amazing audience  that came no matter the  rain, no matter the European Championship


The University Chorale sang under the  direction of  John Finney, who  celebrates this year is 25 anniversary as conductor. James David Christie played the  historical organ of the church

At the Gateways of the 2018 Season

We are almost  at the beginning  of this new season.  It has been a long way since we started working last year on this concerts. We are very proud of the job that had been done closing over 80 concerts between this week until the end of June.  All the  arrangements had been done carefully thinking on great music performances, choral and instrumental. We opened  new windows and new cities connections had been done  though Portugal where we made already new friends  in the  world of jazz, classical and choral music. We are  just waiting to announce  drop by drop  each on the concerts  in this web site. We have several concerts starting this week in Seville, Lisbon, Barcelona  and Valencia, but we want to open this season announcing the concert  tour of the  Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir  for this end of April. Under Ebbe Munk direction  they will  perform  at the Monastery of San Jeronimo in Lisbon on April 26 ,  the Old Cathedral  of Salamanca  on April 28,  the  Church of  San Salvador in Seville  on April 30 and the Cathedral of Malaga on May 2.

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An  incredible program titled CHOIR SOUNDS OF JOY AND REFLEXION (CANTOS DE ALEGRIA Y REFLEXIÓN) and the following songs :
Felix Mendelssohn: Rejoice in the Lord / Psalm 100
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: Nunc dimitis & Sicut cervus / Sitivit anima mea
Sven David-Sandström: Sicut cervus / Sitivit anima mea (world premiere)
Palle Mikkelborg: Prayers by Holy Francis of Assissi for harp and choir
Carl Nielsen: Bendictus & Teach Me, Star of the Night & Lullaby
Sergej Rachmaninov: Ave Maria
Music for solo harp creating an inner stream of beauty and unity….
Remember all will be free admission concerts if you want to get closer to the choral music, this might be one of the best chances you have under one of the best children choirs in the world. Share it with all your friends. Here is more information in spanish thanks to Clasica 2

Concerts & Festivals in Spain 2017



Once we are in mid July and after a break before start working on next year season, it is time to look back to the past months of May and June as one of the most productive concert seasons we did organize over the past years. 26 concerts happened in  two weeks. From choral to jazz, from wind to symphony. Over 10,000  audience welcomed their concerts. Music  spread from Lisbon to Barcelona, from Bilbao to Puerto de Santa Maria, from Salamanca to Ubeda, from Valencia to Reus all over the Iberian peninsula.


The WUC performed in Barcelona, Montserrat, Bilbao, Salamanca, Madrid and Alcala de Henares, while the LCCB played in Madrid , Valencia, Puerto de Santa Maria and Ubeda, while the UCBSO played in Ubeda, Granada, Valencia and Reus and while the  different ensembles of the Pacific University performed in  Setubal, Lisbon, Madrid, Valencia, Castelldefells and Barcelona.

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There were some special days for us,  as Saturday 27 May, as  when the choir were singing in  Bilbao under the direction of Mark A. Hafso works of Palestrina , Victoria, Tichelli, David Brunner or Randall Stroop ;  at the Festival  Internacional de Musica de Ubeda, the UCBSO were playing works of Debussy, Cindy Cox, Amadeus  Regucera and Berlioz, and  in  Cullera, a town near Valencia that  has one of the oldest and  better Sociedades Musicales, the Luther College Concert Band  under Joan de Alburquerque, were playing with the Youth Wind Band  works of Rossano Galante, Andre Waignen, Bach , Turrin or Bernstein.



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On Tuesday 30, while the choir were singing at the Catedral de Salamanca, the UCBSO were playing at the Palau de la Musica de Valencia and amazing concert in front  of 1000  warming audience, where they  played three encores.


The day after, was the Atlantic Day, where two of the Pacific ensembles combined two programs of jazz and symphonic music   at the main venue in Setubal, the Forum Luisa Todi in front of  +500 people. At the same time in Puerto de Santa Maria (Cadiz) the LCCB where playing in front of 700 people who   enjoyed each piece and clapped standing up  on “flamenco” rhytms.




Thursday June 1st was another big day with  four concerts at the time. While the  WUC were singing at the Catedral de  Alcala near Madrid, the UCBSO were playing south of Barcelona, the LCCB  were playing at the Festival de Ubeda and the Pacifc Jazz ensemble were playing on top of the  city of Lisbon.

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Two days after the Pacific arrived into Madrid where  both the wind and the symphony played in the bullring on a small town near Madrid while Real Madrid  soccer team where playing the  European championship vs  Juventus Milano. After Real Madrid victory the Jazz Ensemble played at the main Plaza almost after midnight!!

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While most of the bands  were  flying back home the Pacific continued from Madrid to Valencia and Barcelona where they finished their tour with  open air concerts near Barcelona and  a final symphonic concert  at one of the nicest gothic churches in Barcelona.

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Now, it is time to rest and charge the batteries for the coming season, but also  to meet early September with over 20 different bands of  jazz, blues and rock coming from Texas to take part  on the second Pueblos Blancos Music Festival.

Want to thank to all musicians, audiences, local  sponsors and partners who  helped us  on this wonderful adventure of music throughout the years and specially during the 2017 season.

We hope to work together in the near future and wish you all a nice summertime!

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Perform in Spain presenta la Gira española de la UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra

Fecha de publicación: 26 de abril de 2017

La UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, (Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley), (California), bajo la dirección de David Milnes, inician el próximo mes de mayo una gira de conciertos por España que los llevarán a tocar en Úbeda, Granada, Valencia y Reus. La Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley (UCBSO) se encuentra entre las mejores orquestas universitarias de los Estados Unidos. La gira de conciertos está organizada por Perform in Spain.

Fechas del evento: Desde el 27 de mayo de 2017 hasta el 01 de junio de 2017

Perform in Spain presenta la Gira española de la UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra


La Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley (UCBSO) se encuentra entre las mejores orquestas universitarias de los Estados Unidos. En la actualidad, tras 20 temporadas bajo la dirección musical de David Milnes, representa una de las principales instituciones culturales de San Francisco. Fundada en el año 1923, la UCBSO realiza una media de entre 15 a 18 conciertos por temporada. Su repertorio es muy variado, interpretando un amplio abanico de obras que se extienden desde la música barroca hasta música del siglo XXI.


Concierto en Ubeda de la Orquesta Sinfonica de la Universidad de Berkeley

UBEDA– El sábado 27 de mayo, inmerso en el Festival Internacional de Música y Danza Ciudad de Úbeda, la Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley ofrecerá el siguiente programa en el Hospital de Santiago de la ciudad andaluza. El evento comenzará a las 21:00 horas

Claude Debussy: Iberia (1905-08)
Cindy Cox: A Year (2017)
Amadeus Regucera: Skin, stretched upon the frame (2017)
Hector Berlioz: Sinfonía Fantástica Op. 14 (1830)

GRANADA– El domingo 28 de mayo, el Auditorio Manuel de Falla acogerá a las 19.30 horas a la Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley que interpretará

Richard Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel slustige Streiche Op. 28 (1894-95)
Scott Rubin: Kerosene Palace (2016-17)
Jean Ahn: Concerto for Haeguem & Orchestra (2017)
Dmitri Shostakovich: Sinfonía nº 11, “El año 1905” Op. 103

Concierto en Valencia de la Orquesta Sinfonica de la Universidad de Berkeley

VALENCIA– El martes  30  de  mayo, a las 19.30 horas, el Palau de la Música será el marco en el que la Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley interpretará el programa que se detalla a continuación. El concierto comenzará a la 19.30 horas

Richard Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel slustige Streiche Op. 28 (1894-95)
Scott Rubin: Kerosene Palace (2016-17)
Jean Ahn: Concerto for Haeguem & Orchestra (2017)
Dmitri Shostakovich: Sinfonía nº 11, “El año 1905” Op. 103

Concierto en Reus de la Orquesta Sinfonica de la Universidad de BerkeleyREUS (TARRAGONA)- El jueves 1 de junio en el Teatre Fortuny, a las 21:00 horas, la Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley interpretará el siguiente programa:

Claude Debussy: Iberia (1905-08)
Cindy Cox, A Year (2017)
Amadeus Regucera: Skin, stretched upon the frame (2017)
Hector Berlioz: Sinfonía Fantástica Op. 14 (1830)


Formar parte de la Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley es sin duda un primer paso para fomentar lo que después serán las futuras generaciones de músicos, compositores y académicos. Muchos de sus miembros continúan sus estudios musicales y cursan licenciaturas en algunos de los más prestigiosos conservatorios como son, entre otros, la Julliard School, la Eastman School of Music, el Peabody Institute, y la Manhattan Music School.

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Muchos de sus miembros actúan con orquestas como la Concertgebouw, la National Symphony o la Philarmonia Orchestra así como algunos forman parte de algunos de los diez mejores ensembles como la Alarm Will Sound, el International Contemporary Ensemble y el Yarn/Wire .

Entre los músicos mejor preparados de la Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley se encuentran también estudiantes master de Lengua Inglesa, biólogos, ingenieros, historiadores, ingenieros informáticos que luego alcanzan algunos de los puestos más altos de sus respectivas carreras.

Los estándares musicales de la Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley se han visto reforzados en los últimos años gracias a las colaboraciones con organizaciones como Cal Performances, donde han dirigido masterclasses y seminarios junto a artistas internaciones como  Valery Gergiev, Gustavo Dudamel, Marin Alsop, y Esa-Pekka Salonen.

La orquestra es dirigida regularmente por miembros de la San Francisco Symphony Orchestra y de la Orquesta de la Ópera de San Francisco, y han trabajado también con prestigiosas orquestas como la Filarmónica de Viena o la Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolivar, que   tiene previsto regresar a  Berkeley  la presente temporada.

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La Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley se enorgullece de interpretar nueva música, y estrena con regularidad nuevas obras de músicos internacionales  que  han sido antiguos alumnos así como de otros prominentes compositores.

De la especial relación con el Centro de Nuevas Músicas y Tecnologías de la Universidad de Berkeley han surgido magníficas interpretaciones de nuevas obras con la tecnología realizadas por Mason Bates, John MacCallum, Philippe Leroux y Edmund Campion.

La presente temporada la UCBSO mantiene la tradición de interpretar nuevas obras de Bernard Rands, Henri Dutilleux, Krysztof Penderecki, Gyorgi Ligeti y Toru Takemitsu.

La Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley también es conocida por sus interpretaciones de las grandes obras del repertorio clásico para orquesta, destacando los ciclos sinfónicos de Beethoven, Brahms, Mahler, Shostakovich, Sibelius y Prokofiev entre otros.

El programa de este año incluye la Sinfonía  nº 4 de Tchaikovsky, la Sinfonía nº 4 de Sibelius, Daphnis y Chloe de Ravel y la Sinfonía nº 4 de Nielsen.

Cada año se celebra un concierto -competición entre los solistas con más talento de la orquesta. Los premiados de  los últimos años interpretaron obras para violín de Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, Prokofiev, Mendelssohn y Mozart. Para el concurso de piano los elegidos fueron Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Grieg,  y Ravel.  Mozart y  Aaron Copland  son los compositores elegidos por los clarinetistas; y  los conciertos para chelo de Schumann, Elgar y Shostakovich,  los elegidos por los solistas de este instrumento.

Lo miembros de la orquesta interpretan a su vez música de cámara en conciertos que celebran en su departamento de música, en los ciclos de Mediodía, y en diferentes espacios de la bahía de San Francisco.


David Milnes, director musical de la Orquesta Sinfonica de la Universidad de Berkeley

David Milnes compagina la Dirección musical de la Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Berkeley, con su puesto de director musical de la del Eco Ensamble, nuevo conjunto de música profesional de Berkeley.

En sus primeros años, estudió piano, órgano, clarinete, cello y voz, y consideró la posibilidad de que su carrera se orientase a ser pianista de jazz. De hecho., actuó con figuras del jazz como Chuck Mangione, Gene Krupa, Billy Taylor y John Pizzarelli.

Titulado Superior en Dirección de Orquesta por la Escuela de SUNY Stony Brook y la Yale School of Music, David Milnes ha estudiado con los maestros Otto-Werner Mueller, Herbert Blomstedt, Erich Leinsdorf y Leonard Bernstein. Obtuvo, otorgado por la compañía Exxon, el puesto de director asistente de la Joven Orquesta Sinfónica de San Francisco, alcanzando luego el cargo de director musical, y con la que dirigió su primera gira europea en el año 1986.

Impulsor de la nueva música, entre los años 2002 y 2009 dirigió la formación San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, con los que  estrenó innumerables obras  en todo el mundo.

Ha realizado grabaciones de música de John Anthony Lennon, James Newton, Edmund Campion, Jorge Liderman y Pablo Ortiz y ha colaborado en actuaciones con Frederica von Stade, Dawn Upshaw, Bill T. Jones, Paul Hillier, James Newton, David Starobin y Chanticleer, así como actuaciones en los festivales de música de Santa Fe, Tanglewood, Aspen y Monadnock.

David Milnes ha sido profesor en la Julliard School, el Curtis Institute y el  San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

Además de sus numerosas actividades y actuaciones, David Milnes imparte cada verano en Berkeley, un Curso de Historia de Jazz.

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Perform in Spain presenta la gira española de la Luther College Concert Band

Fecha de publicación: 12 de mayo de 2017

La  Luther College Concert Band, (Decorah, Iowa, U.S.A), bajo la dirección de Joan de Albuquerque, y el concurso de Lynne Hart, saxo solista, inician el próximo 26 de mayo una gira de conciertos por España que los llevarán a tocar en Getafe, Cullera, Buñol, El Puerto de Santa María, y Úbeda. La gira de conciertos está organizada por Perform in Spain.

Fechas del evento: Desde el 26 de mayo de 2017 hasta el 01 de junio de 2017

Perform in Spain presenta la gira española de la Luther College Concert Band


La Luther College Concert Band se formó en 1878, sentando, desde su fundación, las bases para lo que se convertiría en una larga tradición de excelencia musical. Dirigida por Joan de Albuquerque, la Luther College Concert Band, (LCCB), es una de las bandas más antiguas de Estados Unidos y se encuentra entre las más destacadas bandas universitarias del país, así como fue una de las primeras en realizar giras.

Desde sus inicios como banda de percusión y metales, dirigida por los propios estudiantes con instrumentos prestados de otras bandas, la Concert Band alcanzó su actual prestigio bajo la batuta de Joan de Albuquerque, excelente heredera de sus anteriores directores, Carlo Sperati ( 1905-1943), Weston Noble (1948-1973) y Frederick Nyline (1973-2011).

A lo largo de su larga historia, la LCCB ha  tenido la ocasión de poder actuar en los Estados Unidos, en Europa Occidental y en Japón. La Banda realiza giras todos los años por los Estados Unidos, y giras internacionales cada cuatro años.  Este año 2017, su gira internacional les traerá a España en el mes de Mayo.


Concierto en Getafe de la Luther College Concert Band y la Banda Sinfonica del Conservatorio de Getafe

GETAFE. Conservatorio de Getafe. Viernes 26 de mayo. 19:00 horas

Concierto en compañía de la Banda Sinfónica de Getafe, incluido en el Festival de Bandas del CPM de Getafe.


PRIMERA PARTE: Luther College Concert Band

Resplendent Glory – Rossano Galante
Rhapsody for Alto Saxophone – Andre Waignen
Candide Suite – Leonard Bernstein
Who Puts His Trust – J.S. Bach/Croft
Stars and Stripes – John Philip Sousa

SEGUNDA PARTE: Banda de Música del C.P.M. Getafe

October  –  Eric Whitacre
Libertadores –  Óscar Navarro
Danzón nº2  –  Arturo Márquez
Director: Raúl Miguel Rodríguez

Raúl Miguel Rodríguez es uno de los músicos más completos del panorama musical de nuestro país. Galardonado con el 2º premio del Concurso Internacional de Dirección de Orquesta de Londres, organizado por la London Classical Soloists Orquestra. Su formación como director ha ido de la mano del prestigioso director George Pehlivanian habiendo recibido consejos de maestros como Jorma Panula, André Waignein, José Rafael Pascual Vilaplana, Octav Calleya, Lorenzo Ramos o Achim Holub.

Trompetista destacado, alumno de Martín Baeza y Jose Maria Ortí, ha participado becado en el primer encuentro de Puebla Instrumenta en México, colaborando con la Orquesta del Festival y con el grupo de metales German Brass. Ha sido primer trompeta de varias orquestas, entre ellas: Joven Orquesta Sinfónica Fundación Coca-Cola y Orquestas de Cámara, Sinfónica y de Música Contemporánea del Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, Filarmónica de Madrid y Orquesta Filarmonía de España.

Ha colaborado con orquestas como la Orquesta Nacional de España, Orquesta de Cámara Reina Sofía, Orquesta Staatskapelle de Berlín, Deuscht Oper, Mahler Chamber Orchestra y Filarmónica Arturo Toscanini, bajo la dirección de maestros como Daniel Barenboim, Zubin Metha, Christian Thielemann, Marc Minosky, Rafael Frübeck de Burgos, George Pehlivanian, Eliau Inbal, etc.

Ha realizado numerosas colaboraciones con diferentes artistas, destacando la grabación de “Historia del Soldado” de Igor Stravinsky junto a Paquito D ́Rivera, con el que han sido galardonado con un Grammy latino al mejor disco de música clásica. Su preocupación por una formación humanística le lleva a realizar los estudios de Doctorado en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

Ha dirigido numerosas formaciones, destacando su colaboración como director asistente en la JONDE, JORCAM (Grupo de Metales y percusión), London Classica lSoloists, Orquesta Sinfónica de la ESMUC, Banda Sinfónica del Conservatorio de Música Profesional de Getafe, Banda Sinfónica Complutense de Alcalá de Henares, Banda de Conciertos de San José (Costa Rica), European Soloists Orchestra.

En la actualidad desarrolla su labor como Director Artístico de la Orquesta Complutum21Orquesta Sinfónica Escénicas.

Sus proyectos más inmediatos son, como Director residente del Festival de Almansa, dirigir las Orquestas Krasnoyarsk Chamber Orchestra (Rusia), Orquesta Sinfónica de Heredia (Costa Rica), Orquesta Nacional de Guatemala, la producción de “Los Gavilanes” en el Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica…

Concierto en Cullera de la Luther Concert Band y la Banda Infantil SMI Santa CeciliaCULLERA. Auditorio de la SMI Santa Cecilia. Sábado 27 de mayo. 20:00 horas

Concierto con la Banda Infantil de SMI Santa Cecilia de Cullera


PRIMERA PARTE: Luther College Concert Band

Resplendent Glory – Rossano Galante
Rhapsody for Alto Saxophone – Andre Waignen
Candide Suite – Leonard Bernstein
Who Puts His Trust – J.S. Bach/Croft
Stars and Stripes – John Philip Sousa

SEGUNDA PARTE: Banda Infantil Santa  Cecilia de  Cullera

Formada por unos 50 alumnos de la sociedad con edades entre 7 y 12 años. Director: Jorge Buenrostro Tur

Pablo`s Paso Doble -Peter KleineSchaars
Theme From Ice Castles-Marvin Hamlisch, arreglo de Mike Story
The Tempest -Robert W. Smith

Jorge Buenrostro Tur

Natural de Cullera (Valencia) inicio sus estudios musicales de solfeo y oboe en la S.M.I Santa Cecilia de Cullera.  Empieza en el campo de la dirección, participando como alumno activo en el “Curso Internacional de Música Ciutat de Cullera” en la especialidad de Dirección de Orquesta, impartido por Salvador Sebastia Lopez, en los años 2010, 2011 y 2013, siendo elegido en este ultimo mejor alumno del curso.

En el año 2013 empieza a estudiar dirección de banda en la escuela comarcal de “La Vall D’Albaida” (EMUSVALL) con los profesores Jose Rafael Pascual Vilaplana, (dirección de banda – análisis), Ramon Garcia i Soler (educación auditiva -instrumentación) y Tomas Gilabert Giner (análisis – armonía).

Actualmente es director de la Banda Jove Santa Cecilia de Bellreguard y la Banda Infantil de la S.M.I Santa Cecilia de Cullera.

Concierto de la Luther Collegue Concert Band en BuñolBUÑOL. Palacio de la Música CIM La Armónica de Buñol. Domingo 28 de mayo. 19:00 horas
Concierto a beneficio de la Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer, con la Banda Fundación La Armónica de Buñol, bajo la dirección de David Siuza
PRIMERA PARTE: Luther College Concert Band
Resplendent Glory – Rossano Galante
Rhapsody for Alto Saxophone – Andre Waignen
Candide Suite – Leonard Bernstein
Who Puts His Trust – J.S. Bach/Croft
Stars and Stripes – John Philip Sousa

SEGUNDA PARTE:  Banda Fundación La Armónica. Director: David Fiuza

Concierto de la Luther Collegue Concert Band en El Puerto de Santa MariaPUERTO DE SANTA MARÍA. Teatro Municipal  Pedro Muñoz Seca. Miércoles 31 de mayo. 20:30 horas

Flaher – Ben Lee
Big Four on the River – James David
Summon the Heroes – John Williams
High Flight – Joseph Turrin
Resplendent Glory – Rossano Galante
Rhapsody for Alto Saxophone – Andre Waignen
Candide Suite – Leonard Bernstein
Who Puts His Trust – J.S. Bach/Croft
Stars and Stripes – John Philip Sousa

Concierto de la Luther Collegue Concert Band en UbedaÚBEDA. Auditorio del Hospital de Santiago. Jueves 1 de junio. 21:00 horas

Flaher – Ben Lee
Big Four on the River – James David
Summon the Heroes – John Williams
High Flight – Joseph Turrin
Resplendent Glory – Rossano Galante
Rhapsody for Alto Saxophone – Andre Waignen
Candide Suite – Leonard Bernstein
Who Puts His Trust – J.S. Bach/Croft
Stars and Stripes – John Philip Sousa


Joan deAlbuquerque directora de la LCCB

Joan de Albuquerque dirige la Luther College Concert Band y en Ensemble de  Viento y Percusión, además de enseñar Dirección. Antes de pertenecer al Luther College, Albuquerque  trabajó como director asociado de bandas en la Universidad Estatal de California de Long Beach y como director interino de bandas en el Adams State College en Alamosa, Colorado.

Anteriormente trabajó como  profesora y directora de la banda del  Instituto Pickney en Michigan, donde dirigió la banda sinfónica y la Marching Band además de enseñar instrumentación y  música general en las escuelas elemental, primaria y secundaria.

De Albuquerque obtuvo su doctorado en Música y en  Dirección de Bandas por la Universidad del Norte de Texas donde estudió con Eugene Migliaro Corporon. Realizó su master en Direccion de Bandas de Viento en la Michigan State University, bajo la dirección de John Whitwell. Además, es Graduada por la Macomb Community College, y tiene una licenciatura en Educación Musical po la Michigan State University.

Como director invitado, deAlbuquerque ha trabajado con bandas de escuelas secundarias en todo el Medio Oeste, el oeste de Estados Unidos e Israel. Ha dirigido clínics y talleres para la Asociación de Banda y Orquesta Escolar del Sur de California (SCSBOA) y  la Tau Beta Sigma, asi como ​​ha impartido diversas conferencias en la SCSBOA, la Asociación de Directores de Banda de California, La Conferencia Nacional de Educadores y la Asociación de Bandmasters de Iowa (IBA).

Excelente gira que debemos agradecer a Perform in Spain. Contacto/ Management: Josu Camacho. Perform in Spain Tfno: 639 17 57 92

Perform in Spain presenta la gira de Conciertos Corales del Whitworth University Choir

Fecha de publicación: 17 de mayo de 2017

El Coro de la Universidad de Whitworth,  formado por 35 voces mixtas y residente en Spokane, Washingon, USA, inicia una gira de conciertos corales por España el próximo jueves  23 de mayo. Una gira que se extenderá hasta el 1 de junio y que llevará a este excelente Coro a actuar en Barcelona, Bilbao, Salamanca y Alcalá de Henares. Una vez más, Perform in Spain, promotor de la gira, nos proporciona la posibilidad de poder disfrutar de excelentes músicos no habituales por nuestros pagos. Todas las actuaciones son de entrada libre hasta completar aforo.

Fechas del evento: Desde el 25 de mayo de 2017 hasta el 01 de junio de 2017
Whitworth University Choir de gira por España


El Whitworth University Choir, bajo la dirección de Marc A. Hafso, y con el concurso del painista Mary J. Trotter, inician el próximo día 25 de mayo una gira de conciertos corales por la geografía española.

La Universidad de Whitworth se encuentra en Spokane, en el estado de Washington, en la costa oeste del Pacifico en los Estados Unidos. Segunda ciudad del estado con una población de  500.000 habitantes. La Universidad fue fundada en el año 1890, es privada, está dedicada a las artes liberales y es afiliada a la iglesia presbiteriana. Tiene 2,600 estudiantes que realizan programas de grado y posgrado.

El Whitworth Choir está considerado uno de los mejores  coros universitarios en  la Costa Noroeste del Pacifico, y continua creciendo tras sus 90 años de  tradición coral. Los miembros del coro estudian diversas carreras universitarias, lo cual no es óbice para que ensayen una hora todos los días estudiando e interpretando los más variados repertorios corales.

El Coro tiene un activo programa de giras, grabaciones y conciertos. En los últimos cinco años han realizado giras nacionales por el estado de Washington,  Colorado,  y California, e internacionales por Uruguay, Argentina, y Noruega. Además han sido invitados a diferentes convenciones de  la American Choral Directors Association y de la  Music Educators National Conference

El  Departamento de Música de la Universidad ofrece  licenciaturas en diversas disciplinas musicales con un excelente y cualificado profesorado. Entre ellas cabe destacar las licenciaturas en composición, jazz, piano, pedagogía del piano, música coral y educación musical.


Gira de conciertos en España del Whitworth University ChoirBARCELONA.
La gira se inicia el jueves 25 de mayo, a las 20:00 horas, en la Esglesia de Sant Ramon de Penyafort de Barcelona
El viernes 26 de mayo, a las 13:15 horas, recital en el Monaseterio de Montserrat
El sábado 27 de mayo, a las 20:00 horas, en la Parroquia de la Inmaculada Concepción de Bilbao, en compañía del Coro Ars Viva, bajo la dirección de Josu Soldevilla.
Este recomendable concierto incluye, además del repertorio del Whitworth Choir que publicamos líneas abajo, la interpretación, siempre magistral del Coro Ars Viva que deleitarán al público con: el Ave Verum (Camille Saint-Saëns); Ama begirazazu (V. Zubizarreta);  Dos Canciones Vascas (B. Sagastizabal); y The Holy City (S. Adams ; Armonización: J. Soldevilla ; Solista: Noemí Velasco)
El martes 30 de mayo, a las 20:30 horas, en la Catedral Vieja de Salamanca
Esta gira del Whitworth Choir finalizará el jueves 1 de junio,a las 20:30 horas, en la Catedral de Alcalá de Henares


Withworth University Choir
Eja! (processional) (*): Scott Hafso
Down in the River to Pray: Traditional /Marc A. Hafso
Dum complerentur: Tomás Luis de Victoria
Sicut cervus: Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
I Will Pour Out My Spirit: Bernard Naylor
Missa Pacem: Marc A. Hafso: Kyrie /Gloria (*)
I Am in Need of Music: David Brunner
Earth Song: Frank Ticheli
Amor de mi alma: Z. Randall Stroope
Portones abiertos y Rostros Brillantes (*):  Paul Basler
Due North: Stephen Chatman
Cindy (*) : American traditional/Carol Barnett
Camptown Races: American traditional/Jack Halloran
Nobody Knows the Trouble I´ve Seen:Spiritual/Rowland Pack
This Little Light of Mine:  Spiritual/Moses Hogan
Pilgrims’ Hymn: Stephen Paulus
Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal: American traditional/Alice Parker
Thou Shalt Know Hymn:  Mark Sirett
Lamb of God: German/ F. Melius Christiansen
I’ll Be Seeing You: Sammy Fain/Phil Mattson

(*) con Mary J. Trotter, piano.


Marc A. HafsoEl director, Marc A. Hafso, lleva catorce años dirigiendo el Whitworth Choir  como profesor y director de las actividades corales de la Universidad de Whitworth. Obtuvo  licenciaturas en Educación Musical y Dirección Coral  (B.A, M.M y D.M.A) en la Pacific Lutheran University, la University de Arizona y la Michigan State University.

Antes de llegar a Whitworth, enseñó en  la Augustana University  de Alberta, Canadá donde desarrolló un  excelente programa reconocido en todo el país.

Al mantener  la  doble nacionalidad canadiense y norteamericana,  ha trabajado como miembro activo en  los órganos directivos de la  Alberta Choral Federation, en la Asociacion de Directores Corales Canadienses y ha sido presidente de la  American Choral Directors Association  en el estado de Washington.



When the echoes of the Cantores Minores  from  Helsinki  were still on the air, the  Florida Singing Sons Boychoir  flew to Barcelona where they started their concert tour with concerts in Barcelona , recitals in Montserrat and  Basilica del Pilar, exchange concert in Bilbao with the local  youth choir ARS VIVA,  and a final concert in Madrid.

 While they were singing in Barcelona, another excellent choir, the Christ Church of Grosse Pointe Girls and Men’s Choir were taking part of the Festival in Granada singing their concert at the Hospital Real before they visited and performed in Seville, Madrid, Zaragoza and Barcelona as well, in front of large audiences and inside excellent venues.

Want to thank you to all collaborators who make   all the concerts possible and specially to our team of tour managers Pedro, Cesar and Caroline which made all the success happens

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CANTORES MINORES – Gira por España- Junio, 2016

Información de la Gira en Español en  el link de

CANTORES MINORES in SPAIN –(Helsinki´s Cathedral  Boy´s and Men´s Choir)- June, 2016

Next week  the Cantores Minores Choir will start their concert tour  singing in the Basilica de El Escorial before singing in Madrid, Valencia,Barcelona,Montserrat and Palma de Mallorca.  We will have  an unique opportunity to enjoy the voices of one of the best children choirs in Europe singing European music from the 14th to 19th century  with works of compossers such as G.P. Palestrina, Ludovico Grossi da Viadana, Hans leo Hassler, J.S.Bach, Felix mendelsohn, Anton Bruckner or Sergei Rahmaninov. They will also sing a selection of Finnish music from the  Middle Ages to contemporary compossers such as Fredrik Pacius, Gabriel Linsén or Jean Sibelius. The  organist Markus Malmgren will play togeher with the choir some organ masterpieces from C.Hubert H.Parry, César Franck and John Rutter. The Artistic Director is Hannu Norjanen.



COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY -PUEBLO  Concert & Chamber Choirs-  Spain & Portugal Concert Tour-May 2016- Dra. Dana Ihm, Director

Last May 10th the Colorado State University Pueblo Concert  Choir under  Dr. Dana Ihm, arrived into Barcelona for their concert tour to Spain  we organized together with Celestial Travel & Tours  and John Icabone. The choir visited in 9 nights Barcelona, Valencia, Toledo, Madrid,  Segovia, Alcala de Henares and Trujillo in Spain and ended the tour in Lisbon.

They  sang beautifully in front of large audiences in Barcelona, Valencia, Madrid and Alcala de Henares and   sang  beautiful recitals in Barcelona Parc Guell, in Valencia at the City of Arts and Science and its Cathedral, in Toledo at the clositer and  inside the Cathedral and in Lisbon Cathedral and  Monastery of Hieronimites. Having the privilege of travelling together, attending to all their concerts and  sharing with all members great momentos singing and having fun is one of the best experiences I  had on my   professional career that I wont forget. The  one hour program it  was so well planned and the repertoire was so rich and different that made  concerts so enjoyable for audiences. From Saint-Saens, Victoria and  Palestrina and the great  European poliphonic music to the  traditional american spirituals of Hall Johnson and Moses Hogan, audiences loved them so much !

Thanks a lot for your music and for all the fun we had!

 Jazz in Spain- Harvard Westlake Jazz Ensemble-March/April , 2016

Few days  ago, the Harvard Westlake Jazz Big Band & Combos  from Studio City, LA ;, finished their intense week through Spain and Portugal where they performed 7 concerts in front of over 1,400 people and where they played in Malaga, Cordoba, Seville and Puerto de Santa Maria in Andalusia, Spain  and the two final concerts in  Setubal and Lisbon in Portugal.


I want to thank  upfront  to James Smith and Maggie Rodriguez from Encore Tours, Samuel Bull the road manager , all the local Spanish jazz  musicians, students and friends who attended to all the concerts and  helped us to organize such a wonderful tour, and most of all to all the high school-age musicians from Harvard Westlake  who brought  their  music and their talents under the direction of Shawn Constantino.


I cannot forget Pablo Bernardo Caveda, a personal friend and professional photographer who  reflected better than a million words through his  photos  some of the highlight moments of  the tour.


The jazz aficionados in Andalusia had the opportunity to enjoy  the concerts and the excellent repertoire chosen from  the  songs of Count Basie, Dizzie Gillespie, Charlie Parker , Joe Henderson among others.

The jazz students from  music schools and conservatories , from high school to adults ,were able to learn and  jam together with the combos and the big  band.


Even that the concert times where not  very jazzy, as half  of the concerts where celebrated at 5 pm, audiences  where there are welcomed  with enthusiasm   the  band members.

Thanks to all  who participate on this tour from the craddle to its end. It was a wonderful time!

WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY CONCERT CHOIR- Spain & Portugal Concert Tour-March,2016- Leslie Guelkner-Cone, Director)

Next Wednesday 23 the  Western Washington Concert Choir will sing at the historical Romanesque Cathedral of Salamanca at 20 h. The sacred program will include all a Capella  works from  European and north american composers, from the XVI century until today and from classic polyphonic works to hymns, gospel and spirituals. A unique selection of sacred music for the Holy Week under  incredible and talented voices inside the marvelous  Cathedral of Salamanca.


Western Washington University Concert Choir

Setubal  (Portugal)- Sunday March 20,2016

The Western Washington Concert  Choir will perform tomorrow the first concert in the church of Sao Juliao in Setubal. It will be the only chance  to see them in concert  in Portugal this weekend. They sacred  program will include Iberian and American motets of Lauridsen, Victoria and Billings, American Hymns arrangements by Shawn  Kirchner,Robert Shaw and alice parker and Afro American Spirituals and gospel songs.This will be the first concert of their tour before singing in other medieval towns in Spain

Western Washington University Concert Choir on Tour in Spain and Portugal (March,2016)


The Semana Santa ( Holy Week)  will start next weekend and while most of the cities in Spain will  celebrate through  its processions, where local brotherhoods of musicians and devoted  Catholics will stroll  along the heart of the old medieval cities holding   magnificent sculptures of the Madonna and Jesus, celebrating the Passion and Resurection of Jesus,  we at Perform in Spain will start our concert season with the   Western Washington University Concert Choir that will  perform   five concerts of sacred  and secular music, under the direction of  Leslie Guelker-Cone. the 45-member choir of university mixed voices  will perform  a capella  in  Setubal, Salamanca, Avila Segovia and Miraflores de la Sierra  during  the  Holy Week, with amazing programs  and works from Morten Lauridsen to Victoria, and an amazing selection of American Hymns and Afro American spirituals and Gospel. More news com soon.

Pueblos Blancos Music Fest- September 15-18, 20016

February 2016 Updates – 

It has been a while since  we connected with our friends of Mundi in Austin, Texas and since I met with Phil Plata. Our passion  for music  had been always there since the first time I heard from Darrel Myers , Mundi  artistic director, and his intention to bring his ensemble to perform in Spain, when he mentioned  that he falled in love  with the Cantigas of King Alfonso, one of the oldest music written in medieval Europe. I could not  say no and  we started sailing together in the first Mundi concert tour  in Spain.

Since that time I went several times  to Austin and San Antonio and we did organize three concert tours for them in  Spain.

Last summer Phil Plata  with Karen Loke came to Spain and visited Pueblos Blancos and we both decided to make this dream come true. The idea to bring bands from all over the world to play in the Pueblos Blancos , to make an encounter of musicians there  for few days and to  share and play music   became real when we saw the  blessing of the different  towns envolved and the support of Montejaque and Juan de Castro.  At that time, last January we  met again in Austin with local bands and everyone was very enthusiastic with  our project.

Phil there, Juan in Pueblos Blancos and myself from here are  working  every day   and do hope that   soon we will be able to complete the list of  participant bands.

We have  update information  in our FB

and  through our where you will e able to see  about the venues, bands coming and dates.


Pueblos Blancos Music Fest -September 15-18, 20016

January 2016

Nestled in the heart of the magical Pueblos Blancos of Spain’s Andalusia Region, this is an area steeped in history, legend & myth; a crossroad of time & culture! Centered around the beautiful mountain top village of Montejaque, the festival will hold converts in the spectacular pueblo blancos of Villaluenga del Rosario, Grazalema, & Ronda (The City of Dreams). There will be multiple excursions & exhibitions during the daytime, including the mythical Cueva del Gato, Cueva de la Pileta (1 of only 2 places in the world where you can see ~25,000-year old, prehistoric, poly-chromatic cave paintings, the Roman ruins of Ronda la Vieja & so much more. This region is home to some of the best food & drink in the world!!! If you want to venture a bit further out, the Mediterranean Ocean, Seville, & Cadiz (maybe the oldest inhabited city in the world) are just over an hour away & the in-between is spectacular! England (The Rock of Gibraltar) is ~1.5 hours away. Take a short ferry ride across the Strait of Gibraltar and you can set foot on the continent of Africa in the country of Morocco, The amazing cities of Cordoba & Granada our just over 2-hours away! All musical events, much of the events & some excursions will be free to the public!!! Hasta pronto amigos!!!

Madrid, Flamenco Monumental Festival, December 2015

Besides the great Gospel Concerts coming the next weeks, we cannot forget about the Flamenco Monumental and its two concerts . Next 12 december Jose Mercé, Carmen Linares, Gerardo Nuñez and La Moneta. The day after with a touch of jazz we will see Trio Benavent, Jorge Pardo, Di Geraldo, Valderrama, Arcangel and Rocio Marquez……. what else

Midwest Clinic Conference in Chicago

From December 16  to 19, 2015

Next week we will be attending the conference in Chicago and we will be open to meet with group leaders and conductors interested to come and perform in Spain.Contact us anytime at


Venues for Orchestras

Symphony Halls, Modern Auditoriums and Classic Style Theatres

For both orchestra and concert bands we have a wide selection of auditoriums and symphony halls all over the country. Depending on which period you are interested to come and perform, the type of orchestra, repertoire and the cuities you are interested to visit, we will offer you our best


Music Festivals

In many cities of Spain and Portugal during the summer time there are lots of possibilities to perform in Old medieval Quarter Squares and also in several of the most popular music festivals that offer concerts at night in marvelous plazas with great acoustic conditions