Three singers, a trio, a quartet, a group and a percussion group will star in the event this Sunday at 06.00 p.m.


The Auditorio de Tenerife is a cultural venue linked to the Department of Culture of Tenerife Island Council that is managed by the island's Minister of Culture Enrique Arriaga. It schedules a new concert by students of the Professional Music Conservatory of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The performances take place in the Chamber Hall this Sunday, 12th February, at 6.00 p.m. with free entry until total capacity is reached.

The concert will involve the participation of a percussion group, two chamber music groups, the students from the Professional Singing teaching and the chamber music percussion group. Through this type of activity, the Professional Music Conservatory of Santa Cruz de Tenerife encourages pupils to participate in activities outside the school environment. The Conservatory's management explains that the aim of this concert is to show the level and work carried out by the students and teachers.

The singing students will open the programme, accompanied by a piano. The group is formed by Andrea Suárez Navarro, soprano 4th year, Andrés Darío Rodríguez Campovari, baritone 5th year, and Arantxa Cooper Aubé, soprano 4th year. Afterwards, a trio of two clarinets and piano will take to the stage, formed by Pablo Rosales Calzadilla, clarinet 6th year, Christian Gálvez Silveira, clarinet 6th year EP, and Víctor Rodríguez Visuerte, piano 6th year EP.

Then, it will be the turn of the Quartet of saxophones, in which all the members are from the 6th year: Jacob Molina Díaz, soprano sax, Mario Martín Remedios, alto sax, Álvaro García Alonso, tenor sax, and Raúl Quintero Díaz, saxophone baritone. Next it will be the students from 3rd and 4th year who form the percussion group. The concert is concluded by the chamber music percussion group with the soloist Ana Beatriz Alonso and conducted by Emilio Díaz.

In addition to the students who will participate with their voice or instruments, there is another group that has produced notes for the programme as part of the activities of the Workshop of (very) young musicologists, a project at the centre developed through the History of Music subject, to promote the discipline of Musicology. These texts, as well as the complete programme, can be consulted on the website of the Auditorio de