The Cobla i Corda de Catalunya Symphony Orchestra (SCCC) will give a new air to “the country’s soundtrack” from the songs of the record label Música Global in an album and four concerts at the Girona Auditorium. The project Get excited with 25 years of songs, which celebrates the label’s quarter century, goes from the usual two concerts to four from November 27 to 29, two of which will be in the morning to open to family audiences. The performances, which will feature the collaboration of Manu Guix, Elena Gadel, Miki Núñez and Paula Giberga, will be made with 50% capacity of the room for preventive measures against covid-19. Tickets go on sale today.
The members of the group promoted by Metalquímia, the four guest artists and the Polifònica de Puig-reig will perform some of the most emblematic arises of the record Global Music, founded in Girona in 1995 by Salvi Cufí, com Paths goat soup, If you come of I’ll tell you or We will write, by Núñez himself. There will also be songs by Blaumut, Gossos and the Friends of the Arts “screened” among the nearly 200 that were on the table at first, according to the musical director of the SCCC, Francesc Cassú, who he has been in charge of the arrangements together with Adrià Barbosa, to “give them a new life”.
Recording of the SCCC’s new work began in July at the Girona Auditorium and has now been completed in studio 44.1 in Aiguaviva. Among the soloists, two faces known to the SCCC, those of Manu Guix and Elena Gadel alongside two singers who are debuting this year: Miki Núñez and Paula Giberga. They both acknowledged yesterday that it is almost over fulfill a “dream” to be able to play on stage sheltered by the seventy musicians of a symphony.
Josep Lagares, promoter of the project from the Fundació Metalquímia, stressed yesterday that they wanted to hold the annual event at the Girona Auditorium and want to send “a message of courage” and show that you can bet on culture even at such times complicated as the current ones.