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'Música a l'Estiu' fills the historic center of Xàbia with music

Start date: July 25, 2023
Finish date: July 30, 2023
Event type: Concert
Site: The church square
Schedule: 22: 30 hours
Home: Free
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The Música a l'Estiu festival arrives at the Historic Center of Xàbia on the next 25, 27, 28 and 30 July with concerts starting at 22:30 p.m., in the Plaza de la Iglesia.

Música a l'Estiu is a forum for intensive musical improvement focused on wind instruments. It is based at the facilities of the Xàbia Professional Conservatory and combines a training part, in which students can work on pieces of their choice with great European soloists, with the concerts that animate the evenings in the Historic Center.

The director of the course is Thomas Indermühle (oboe and artistic director of the course), José Luis Estellés (clarinet), Will Sanders (horn) and Pierre Martens (bassoon). The flute and piccolo teacher of the Higher Music Center of the Basque Country (MUSIKENE) and soloist of the National Orchestra of Spain Álvaro Octavio Díaz (flute) joins.

As usual, the concert players will be supported by pianists Amedeo Salvato and Agnese Eglina, while the academic director will be Pilar Fontalba.

concert schedule

Tuesday July 25: Concert by Álvaro Octavio (flute), José Luis Estellés (clarinet), Amadeo Salvato (piano).

Jueves 27 July: “Divertissement Concert”: Álvaro Octavio (flute), Thomas Indermühle (oboe), José-Luis Estellés (clarinet), Pierre Martens (bassoon), Agnese Eglina (piano) and Amedeo Salvato (piano).

Friday July 28: “A Midsummer Night's Dream Concert”: Álvaro Octavio (flute), Thomas Indermühle (oboe), José-Luis Estellés (clarinet), Jin Xuan Yang (horn), Tobias Van der Wardt (horn), Perre Martens (bassoon), students of the course, Agnesse Eglina (piano) and Amedeu Salvato (piano).

Sunday July 30: Concert by students of the Música a l'Estiu course.

1 Comment
  1. Manuel Andres. says:

    Congratulations to the organizers and my unconditional support for cultural activities that enrich Jávea.