• The Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical (CNDM) faces its third season, the second complete one, in the framework of a complicated global economic scenario, decisively affecting all sectors of society, culture among them, and does so with responsibility and open aesthetic approaches, similar to those of last year, intending to promote creation, dissemination and musical education, besides the revival and validation of our rich musical heritage.

    Auditorio Nacional de Música

    The Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical (CNDM) faces its third season, the second complete one, in the framework of a complicated global economic scenario, decisively affecting all sectors of society, culture among them, and does so with responsibility and open aesthetic approaches, similar to those of last year, intending to promote creation, dissemination and musical education, besides the revival and validation of our rich musical heritage.

  • (Español) A lo largo de esta temporada se presentan programas que han sido escogidos bajo el criterio de mostrar semejanzas formales, identidades comunes, paralelismos o simplemente símiles musicales.
La temporada fue diseñada por Josep Pons, que contó con la colaboración del anterior director del INAEM, Félix Palomero, para establecer el número de semanas que duraría.

    Orquesta y Coro Nacionales de España

    (Español) A lo largo de esta temporada se presentan programas que han sido escogidos bajo el criterio de mostrar semejanzas formales, identidades comunes, paralelismos o simplemente símiles musicales.
    La temporada fue diseñada por Josep Pons, que contó con la colaboración del anterior director del INAEM, Félix Palomero, para establecer el número de semanas que duraría.

  • The Orquesta de Cámara “Orfeo”, with head office in Ciudad Real, consists of professors from different Spanish conservatories and orchestras. It was founded in 1995 by Manuel Briega, its current first violin-conductor. Since its creation, it has performed concerts at home and abroad through various public and private organisations.
The Orchestra repertoire includes from Baroque to contemporary music with special attention to Spanish music.

    Orquesta de Cámara Orfeo

    The Orquesta de Cámara “Orfeo”, with head office in Ciudad Real, consists of professors from different Spanish conservatories and orchestras. It was founded in 1995 by Manuel Briega, its current first violin-conductor. Since its creation, it has performed concerts at home and abroad through various public and private organisations.
    The Orchestra repertoire includes from Baroque to contemporary music with special attention to Spanish music.

  • The origin of the band in Chiclana is currently being investigated and the last piece of information found indicates 1859.
This band is formed by students of the Municipal Music Academy and its history starts in 1985, as an initiative of the Town Hall of Chiclana de la Frontera that founded the mentioned Academy with a group of people wishing to study and learn music and be members of the future band of their town.

    Banda de Música Municipal “Maestro Enrique Montero”

    The origin of the band in Chiclana is currently being investigated and the last piece of information found indicates 1859.
    This band is formed by students of the Municipal Music Academy and its history starts in 1985, as an initiative of the Town Hall of Chiclana de la Frontera that founded the mentioned Academy with a group of people wishing to study and learn music and be members of the future band of their town.

  • In 1876, a student band was created in Cordoba, conducted by the composer and violinist, Eduardo Lucena, who achieved great success since its foundation. At his death in 1902, it was reorganised by his disciples, conducted by Molina León and with the name of “Eduardo Lucena, Centro Filarmónico Cordobés”.

    Real Centro Filarmónico “Eduardo Lucena”

    In 1876, a student band was created in Cordoba, conducted by the composer and violinist, Eduardo Lucena, who achieved great success since its foundation. At his death in 1902, it was reorganised by his disciples, conducted by Molina León and with the name of “Eduardo Lucena, Centro Filarmónico Cordobés”.