The event, scheduled on the occasion of the year 2017, retirement will take place this Saturday, with the 'Discantus' coral and the OSUCAM Orchestra, along with the sopranos Victoria Gonzalez and Sancho Sun
source: Caravaca de la Cruz Town Hall
06/09/17. The ministries of tourism and culture of the municipality of Caravaca de la Cruz held the East Saturday, September 9, the concert of sacred music 'Andante with joy', with the Murcia 'Discantus' coral and the OSUCAM Chamber Orchestra of the Catholic University San Antonio, under the direction of Angel L. Carrillo.
The concert - which will take place at 21.00 hours, in the parish church of El Salvador, with access free - it will also feature the participation of Victoria Gonzalez Pacanowska soprano and mezzo-soprano Sun Sancho Gomez. "This cultural event is held on the occasion of the Jubilee year 2017, on the day before the start of Vera Cruz and the quinary solemn of the exaltation of the Holy", said Councillor for tourism, Gloria Gómez, who wanted to "encourage all neighbours and visitors to be" join public this concert special, which you can listen to one of the most outstanding choral music formations of the panorama national e international, accompanied by a magnificent Chamber Orchestra".
The first part of the concert will be devoted to the composer Antonio Vivaldi and his work 'Glory'. In the second part, the voices and the Orchestra will perform 'Mass retirement', composition of Caravaca Francisco Javier Sánchez Canto, released in 2003. The concert will close with the premiere of 'The birthright of nothing', work of Francisco Javier song, composed this year, based on the poem with the same name of the Caravaca also Bernabé de el Toro.
Coral 'Discantus', after twenty-three seasons of hard work, has become a musical entity of first level, offering concerts in China, United States, Argentina, Poland, Germany, Portugal, Italy, France and throughout Spanish. He has won prizes in national and international competitions, highlighting his
silver in the Olympics International Xiamen corals (China) and the 2011 Promusica Award for his educational work with young people. In its early discography, has fourteen albums from the most varied styles, both classic and modern, murcian folklore, carols, educational editions for text books, etc.