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The Symphony Orchestra of Cartagena takes to El Batel the most famous marches of Holy Week in Cartagena (23/03/2018)

The Auditorium El Batel de Cartagena welcomes the Symphony Orchestra of Cartagena on Saturday, March 24 at 12:00 a.m. It will perform a concert composed of the marches californias, marrajas and resurrected most famous Easter Cartagena, in addition to other popular marches Cartagena as the Micaela, the regular march and the slow march of the Jews .. They remain localities.

All these marches, originally composed for the band, are orchestrated by two composers from Cartagena: José Alberto Pinazo Picazo and Javier Pérez Garrido.

Both have, among their compositions, procession marches that are regularly performed in the Holy Week in Cartagena as the march "The Keys of the Kingdom" by maestro Pina interpreted by the bands "Sauces" and the Tercio del Levante on Palm Sunday, Tuesday and Holy Wednesday accompanying San Pedro.

The concert will allow listening to the Holy Week marches performed by a symphony orchestra, with the perfect acoustics offered by an audience.

It will be directed by Mr. Comandante D. Jaime Enguídanos, director of the Banda del Tercio del Levante.

Comandante Enguídanos and the Banda del Tercio del Levante are prominent participants of the Holy Week in Cartagena.

The Comandante Enguídanos was in charge of orchestrating the Salve Cartagenera that the Symphonic Orchestra of Cartagena will perform when it finishes, as it happens in the processions of Cartagena, putting the finishing touch to the concert.

As the city of Cartagena does not officially count with a symphony orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Cartagena plays, in an extraordinary way, as a symphony orchestra expanding its official staff.

Source: Agencias

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