The ECOS Festival of Ancient Music of Sierra Espuña, which has joined the Spanish Association of Classical Music Festivals FestClásica, will offer the concert of Olalla Alemán and Daniel Zapico on television Thanks to the support of the Tourist Association of Sierra Espuña, the University of Murcia, the Ministry of Culture and Sports, AC / E Spanish Cultural Action and the Institute of Cultural Industries and Arts of the Region of Murcia, this Friday 30 of In October the celebration of the concert that was postponed since last July of the 'Open concerts' organized by ECOS Festival was planned in Aledo.
For health reasons, the Mayor of Aledo has decided that it be offered through local television, so that neighbors can enjoy it from home, as long as the conditions of confinement do not harden before the celebration of the same. The concert, by the Murcian soprano Olalla Alemán and the theorbist Daniel Zapico, will be recorded at the Church of Santa María la Real in Aledo this Friday and broadcast on the local televisions of Sierra Espuña.
The event will be broadcast on Channel 6 in Totana on Friday from 9:30 p.m., as well as on Tele Totana on Saturday 31 at the end of the news at 9:30 p.m.
In the same way, next week Alhameños will be able to see the concert through Tele Alhama. The concert, along with two more, had been initially planned within the Outdoor Concerts Plan of the Institute of Cultural Industries and the Arts of the Region of Murcia last July.
After the situation caused by the pandemic, the ECOS Festival was held digitally with 6 micro-concerts and this program of three face-to-face concerts was postponed to take place between September and October. ECOS Festival is consolidated and becomes part of FestClásica At the beginning of October, the Balneario de Panticosa hosted the annual assembly of the Spanish Association of Classical Music Festivals FestClásica.
In addition to addressing other topics of interest to the association, the assembly of members of FestClásica approved the accession of the ECOS Festival de Sierra Espuña, which joins the association as a full member.
With this new addition, the Spanish Association of Classical Music Festivals now has 37 member festivals. ECOS Festival and "Sierra Espuña Territory" The Ministry of Tourism, Youth and Sports has achieved that the Tourism Sustainability Plan 'Territorio Sierra Espuña' is selected, within a call of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, as one of the 25 sustainability plans that will be materialized. The plan includes, among other things, actions to promote the quality of services and their competitiveness, promotion, training and encouragement of participation; supposing this a boost for the old music of the ECOS Festival and its imbrication in the territory.
Source: Universidad de Murcia