Cartama schoolchildren to learn about music through concerts on the Costa del Sol

Learning concerts: Children can learn about music, dance and song. Credit: Ayto de Cartama

THE Escuela Municipal de Música “Carlos Álvarez” of Cartama is preparing a new edition of the Conciertos Didácticos, aimed at the schools of the town with the purpose of bringing music to schoolchildren. This activity will be held at the Teatro Municipal Carthima during the months of March, April and May.

The Mayor of Cartama, Jorge Gallardo, and the councillor of the Escuela de Música, Anabel Rueda, have presented this series of concerts, which will be taught by the teachers of the school. “On this occasion, the theme of the concerts will be the music of different countries of the world,” said the councillor.

Throughout this concert cycle, an approach to the musical world will be made and it will be explained how the musical instruments work and how the different instrument families are organized. In addition, school children can learn about music, dance, song and customs typical of countries such as Mexico, Polynesia, China, India, France, Morocco or the United States, among others.

Schools that wish to attend these concerts can make the reservation of date by contacting the Municipal Music School by calling 952 42 85 02. An email can also be sent to the following address: [email protected]

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