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The ‘Music in every corner’ project comes to El Granado

pomegranate is one of the municipalities chosen to be part of the project ‘Music in every corner’ in its 2022 edition, an initiative that aims to bring top-quality musical shows to the smallest municipalities in the country. The Vice President of Huelva Provincial CouncilJuan Antonio García, and the mayor of El Granado, Mónica Serrano, presented this Thursday this cultural proposal, in which the provincial institution and the Andalusian City Council collaborate and which is organized by the Navarran company Suakai.

El Granado hosts the 'Music in every corner' project, an initiative to bring music closer to the smallest towns in the country

In this way, the residents of this town will be able to enjoy next Monday, August 8, the show ‘Lights, Music and Action!, based on original soundtracks, performed by some of the best musicians in the country. Among the names that will participate in the different performances of the project are Juan Ignacio Emme, cello soloist with the Euskadi Symphony Orchestra; Yorrick Troman, violin soloist and concertmaster of the Navarra Symphony Orchestra; Iván Carmona, cellist and Award for the Promotion of Artistic Talent 2020; Liesbeth Baelus, violin virtuoso specializing in chamber music; Igor Arostegi, solo percussionist with the Euskadi Symphony Orchestra; or Claudia Osés, violinist and founder of Suakai.

In addition, in the specific case of El Granado, the show will take place in the unique setting of the Solana Mill, a space that combines heritage and nature and will be the perfect setting to turn this activity into an unforgettable musical evening. The mayor stressed that ‘Music in every corner’ is “a great opportunity to expand the cultural program of the municipality, through a project that is vital to bring culture, music and art to small municipalities.” Likewise, she has transferred her gratitude “for being part of this first experience in Huelva in this project”.

Through the initiative, the aim is to reach these rural areas so that they can normally access a quality musical offer, contributing to the demographic challenge and supporting smaller towns through a transformative element such as music. The Vice President highlighted the support of the Provincial Council for this project “supporting culture and activities that generate dynamism in the municipalities, of course, also in the smaller ones, and that contribute to making territory”.

‘Music in every corner’ contest

‘Music in every corner’ also includes a nationwide contest aimed at students from different conservatories in the country and an audiovisual follow-up to show the different realities that are known during the tour. With these two bonuses, on the one hand, the participation of musical students in the different activities that make up the project will be encouraged, granting them a cash prize and allowing them to perform on August 17 in Caloca (Cantabria) together with the cast of Suakai; and, on the other hand, to bring the viewer closer to the most depopulated areas of Spain, showing the transformative potential of music.

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