Where does it take place?
DATE:August 30. PLACE:PACO MARTIN AUDITORIUM. TOWERS PARK. CAPACITY:900 PEOPLE.
DOORS OPENING: 8:00 p.m. START: 8:30 p.m.
•ANA LOPEZ: "CAROL OF THE BELLS" Artist:Ana LópezModality:Classical Dance
Dancer, teacher and choreographer, she has been a teacher for 15 years and has been dancing for 28 years, she was the first in the Professional Dance Conservatory of Murcia, where she got her degree. One of the first graduates in Progressing Ballet Technique in Spain, she studied at the Alicia Alonso University Institute of Dance in Madrid, was runner-up in European dance and has trained with great dance professionals such as: the Royal Ballet, American Ballet, Ballet of the Paris Opera, National Ballet of Cuba, National Dance Company of Spain, Bolshoi Ballet, Saint Petersburg Ballet, English National Ballet, Victor Ullate Ballet, Rosella Hightower Ballet of Cannes, among others...
• CARTAGENA SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA: The Cartagena Symphony Orchestra has its origins in its first stage of activity between 1939 and 1950, being reborn in 2003 as a Chamber Orchestra thanks to the impulse and development through a group of professors from the Conservatory of Music of Cartagena.
His ascending artistic quality continuously receives the support and recognition of the public and specialized critics. Currently and since 2017 its director is Leonardo Martínez. This next season celebrates 20 years incorporating quality symphonic music in Cartagena society
• ISABEL MARTINEZ: She is one of the most outstanding Spanish guitarists of her generation. She is regularly invited to perform at International Festivals. She has performed as a soloist in prestigious venues such as the Milton Court-Barbican Center in London, ADDA in Alicante, the National Theater of Costa Rica or the Hangzhou Grand Theater in the Republic of China, among others. Dedicated to several works for guitar, Isabel Martínez combines her concert career with her passion for teaching at the San Javier Music Conservatory, Murcia.
• FERNANDO ESPI,Guitar: The brilliant career of guitarist Fernando Espí is based on an innate musical sensitivity combined with solid technical training. The specialized press recognizes him as "one of the best Spanish guitarists of the moment" (Ritmo), "a new emerging talent...an exceptional guitarist of the new generation" (Classical Guitar) and places him "among the most brilliant current performers of the six strings" (Scherzo). He currently teaches as a guitar professor at the "Manuel Massotti" Conservatory of Music in Murcia. He has a professional title specializing in ancient music with plucked string instruments and has a degree in History and Music Sciences