The meeting will take place on Tuesday 12 October at 12:00.
The Coral Polifónica Carthagonova will offer this coming Tuesday 12th October, on the occasion of Columbus Day, a concert entitled ‘Habaneras y canciones del mar’ in the permanent exhibition hall of the National Museum of Underwater Archaeology, ARQVUA. To attend it is necessary to book in advance at email@example.com
The concert was presented on Wednesday 6 October by the Councillor for Culture, David Martínez Noguera, the Councillor for Culture, Carlos Piñana, the manager of the choir, José Antonio Arribas and a representative of ARQVUA.
“What was born as a group of high school students, teachers and parents has become an association that includes people from all professional sectors who have been filling Cartagena with harmony for forty-four years and wherever they go. I refer to the Coral Carthagonova, an institution in the city that participates in cultural events Cartagena with more roots and tradition” said Carlos Piñana at the beginning of the presentation.
After Piñana, David Martínez Noguera took the floor, where he indicated that: “Much has happened since the extraordinary Perotino Magno, known as the “optimus discantor”, placed his voice at the disposal of the public and much has happened since the Coral Carthagonova has dedicated body and soul to polyphonic music acquiring the relevance it has today. And they will prove it in the concert of ‘Habaneras y canciones del mar'”.
The manager of the choir, José Antonio Arribas, expressed his joy at the celebration of the traditional concert for Columbus Day after “two years of inactivity of the choir”. It will be the choir’s first concert since March 2020. The concert programme “will include the choir’s own habaneras”.