This Sunday's performances are part of the Primavera Musical cycle.


The Chamber Hall of the Auditorio de Tenerife hosts this Sunday (14th) at 11:30 a.m. a new concert of the Primavera Musical cycle, featuring the music bands from Garachico, the ensemble Unión y Amistad from Santa Cruz, and the band La Esperanza from La Guancha. The event is an initiative by the federation 'Federación Tinerfeña de Bandas de Música' and the collaboration of the Island Council.

The centenary band Agrupación Musical from Garachico, conducted by Antonio Jesús Gutiérrez León, begins its repertoire with The Blues Factory, by the Dutch composer Jacob de Haan, performed for the first time by this ensemble. The programme is completed with Mocedades en Concierto, arranged by the Cádiz trombonist José Guillamo, and Latín Pop Special, with arrangements by the Japanese Masato Myokoin.

With more than three decades of history, the wind ensemble Agrupación Musical Unión y Amistad will be the second band performing in the Chamber Hall. Iván Yeray Rodríguez Martín leads the group from the coastal town of San Andrés. Fanfare Hayabusa, by the Japanese Satoshi Yagisawa, Indiana Jones Selection, by John Williams with arrangements by Hans van der Heide, and Bon Jovi Rock Remix, arranged by Wolfgang Wossner, are the works to be performed by the Santa Cruz ensemble.

The band Agrupación Musical La Esperanza from La Guancha is immersed in the acts of celebration of its centenary. This Sunday, the ensemble presents Entre el viento y el mar, (Between wind and sea) by the Murcian-born David Beltrán Martínez, winner of the International Composition Competition "Al centenario" organised by the group itself on the occasion of its anniversary. The band conducted by Jesús Agomar González Guillama ends its performance with the symphonic poem Dunkirk by José Alberto Pina.

The Primavera Musical cycle has been organised by the wind bands federation 'Federación Tinerfeña de Bandas de Música' since 2005 with the support of the Tenerife Island Council. As part of this initiative, the public can listen to the 37 wind bands that form the association in the Auditorio de Tenerife's Chamber Hall with free admission until total capacity is reached.