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Friday, April 29, 2022

Bands from San Juan de la Rambla, Los Realejos and San Miguel perform at the Tenerife Auditorium on Sunday 1 May

This Sunday's concert is included in the Primavera Musical cycle

The Auditorio de Tenerife, hosts this Sunday, 1 May 2022, starting at 11:30 a.m., in the Chamber Hall, a new concert of the Primavera Musical (Spring Musical) Concert cycle, which will feature the participation of the XIX de Marzo music bands from San José (San Juan de la Rambla), San Miguel de Abona and La Filarmónica de Los Realejos (The Los Realejos Philharmonic). Musical Spring is an initiative organized by the 'Federación Tinerfeña de Bandas de Música' (Tenerife Federation of Music Bands) with the collaboration of the Island Council since 2005.

The group from San Juan de la Rambla will be the first to perform and, under the direction of Damián González, will perform three songs. The repertoire will start with the paso doble La Giralda, by Eduardo López, to continue with Mozart's Adagio in A major with clarinet, in which Janet Felipe will play soloist and will conclude with a mix of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and Pérez Prado's Mambo.

The music band from San Miguel de Abona arrives at the Auditorio de Tenerife under the direction of Marvin Federico Martín to offer the paso doble Santiago Mestre, by Óscar Navarro, La Veu de la tuba, by Ferrer Ferrán, in which the soloist will be Silvano Fernando Amador, and Santana, a portrait, with arrangements by Giancarlo Gazzani of different themes by Carlos Santana.

The concert will be closed by the Los Realejos Philharmonic Society, where Adán Pérez will lead the formation in a program that will begin with El fallero, by José Serrano; Selections from Grease, arranged by Ted Ricketts, and will end with a mix of Latin themes, arranged by Iwai, Cubas and Myokoin.

Tickets, available here, are priced, unbelievably at 0.00 Euros.