The Soriano Musical Marathon returns with twelve concerts

The Soriano Musical Marathon returns to the Festival program after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, providing a soundtrack to the streets of the city on a day that has become the “festival of music”.

There will be more than 180 people and 15 groups that will share their repertoires in up to 12 spaces distributed throughout different parts of the city.

Jesús Bárez, Councilor for Culture, acknowledged today at a press conference that “it is one of the conferences that we like the most because of that folk character both in the public and in the participants with some who are taking their first steps in this world of music and others already consolidated who also want to feel part of this musical marathon”.

José Manuel Aceña, director of the Festival, explained that the event “offers different musical styles, different groups, spaces and, although everything is very organized to square the schedules, it also has doses of spontaneity”.

All the concerts last approximately 30 minutes and are spaced 15 minutes apart to facilitate passage from one place to another.

The appointment starts at 10:00 am on Sunday in San Juan de Rabanera and ends at 8:30 pm in the Court.

The public that attends at least ten of the twelve concerts You will receive a commemorative t-shirt of the current edition. In addition, during the last function, the votes of the public will be counted and the four groups that receive the most support will obtain recognition with a cash prize of 500 euros.

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This year’s novelties include at 1:15 p.m. a street parade from the bullring to Espacio Alameda where the last two concerts of the morning are completed.

The afternoon session resumes at 4:30 p.m. in the Casino.

The possibility of moving the planned performances outdoors to the Audiencia has been foreseen if the weather conditions prevent their normal development, fundamentally affecting the two scheduled in La Dehesa and the one organized in the Auditorium of the Ruins of San Nicolás.

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