The wind bands Crearte (Tejina), Amigos del Arte (Güímar) and Cruz Santa (Los Realejos) will be performing.


The Auditorio de Tenerife is staging this Sunday (21st), at 11:30 a.m., in the Chamber Hall, a new programme of the Primavera Musical cycle. The invited wind ensembles are Crearte from Tejina, Patronato Amigos del Arte from Güímar and Cruz Santa from Los Realejos. The event is an initiative by the federation 'Federación Tinerfeña de Bandas de Música' with the collaboration of the Island Council.

Active since 2012, the cultural and musical association Crearte Unión Musical from Tejina is the first group to take to the stage. Under the direction of Cristina Doro García, they present a repertoire consisting of the pasodoble Santiago Mestre by the Alicante-born Óscar Navarro, Beyond the Horizon by the American Rossano Galano and Glenn Miller Medley, a work with arrangements by the Japanese Naohiro Iwai.

Juan Carlos Rodríguez Delgado will direct the cultural association Patronato Amigos del Arte from Güímar this Sunday. The ensemble - with almost two centuries of history - will perform El Folo by José Luis Peiró Reig, Selections From Encanto by Lin Manuel Miranda, arranged by Paul Murtha, Don ́t Stop Me Now by Queen, with arrangements by Paul Murtha and the Suite from Forrest Gump by Alan Silvestri, arranged by Henk Ummels.

The wind band Agrupación Musical Cruz Santa, founded 85 years ago, is the last group to perform this Sunday. Sofía González Batista will lead the group in the performance of two works: Kapytan 'by Saúl Gómez and Libertadores by Óscar Navarro.

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 the hall reaches its maximum capacity.