The third edition of this music festival in urban spaces offered a new musical tour through the proposals of Thinking Brass, DeMúsica Ensemble and the Orihuela Symphony Orchestra to such iconic spaces of the town as the Town Hall and the Constitution squares or the exterior of the Barón de Benifayó Museum.
The inaugural concert 'En clave feminina', by the pianist Cristina Sánchez on Friday, October 4, the day on Saturday began with the 'Chamber Vermouth' in Luis Molina Square, in front of the City Hall, in charge of the quintet of Metals 'Thinking Brass', composed of musicians from Vega Baja (Alicante) with a long career in orchestras and music band.
Thinking Brass offered a selection of diverse genre themes, from wenster soundtrack to zarzuela.
In addition, the concert featured the pairing of The Canallas.
The historic café, by DeMúsica Ensemble, a female vocal group of ancient music, filled the Plaza de la Consitución in harmony with a recital in which the formation shelled the program 'Beguine nuns and trobairitz' in which they give voice to medieval mystics , through original codices and replicas of instruments of the time.
The gastronomic note was run here by Pedrín Pastry.
The day culminated with the 'Symphonic Wine' by the Orihuela City Orchestra, with the beautiful Neomudejar facade of the Baron de Benifayó Palace as a backdrop and the pairing of Pedrín.
The Orihuela City Orchestra, under the direction of Sixto Herrero, focused its proposal on the Overseas rhythms, with a first part starring Cuban music and a second part of traveling to North America with a review at the beginning of the musicals, with the imposing voice of Victoria García.
The mayor of San Pedro del Pinatar, Visitación Martínez, and the secretary general of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Yolanda Múñoz, presented the Allegro Prize: 2019, an award born in this edition, to the Municipal Music School and Banda Unión Musical of San Pedro del Pinatar, for his long career working to provide education and musical dissemination in the municipality.
Juan Manuel Martínez, director of the Municipal School of Music, thanked this award that recognizes more than 30 years of dedication to music and involvement in the cultural life of San Pedro del Pinatar.
The Allegro festival, organized by the City Council of San Pedro del Pinatar, through the Department of Culture, and under the artistic direction of the musician and pedagogue from Agustín Fernández, aims to bring classical music to all types of audiences.
Thus, the festival includes this year 'Allegretto', a proposal for the little ones, today, Sunday, October 6, at 12:30 pm in the square of the church of Our Lady of Carmen de Lo Pagán, with a didactic concert by GMV Big Band and with the pairing of José Antonio Bakery.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Pedro del Pinatar