More than 200 musicians will perform Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on October 15th

The Counsellorship of Culture from Nerja City Hall, along with the Coral Alminares and the Cofradía de Jesús Resucitado y María Santísima de la Asunción de Nerja, on the occasion of its 50th anniversary, is organizing a concert that will gather more than 200 musicians on stage, to perform Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on October 15th, at 21:00 hours, in España square.


The choice of location is given by the magnitude of the show and the suitability of the chosen place, since our municipality doesn’t have a scenario of the proper dimensions, or the capacity for the amount of public expected at the event. The concert will take place in the same tent to be installed to host the Official Stand of Nerja Fair, which will remain until the weekend of the concert.


Tickets to the event are two prices, 15 and 10 euros and can be purchased at the Villa de Nerja Cultural Center, Viajes Verano Azul, Papelería Villalpa and through the internet at
The concert will be performed by the City of Atarfe Symphony Orchestra, the Coro Manuel de Falla, the Coral Santa Maria de la Victoria, the Coral Alminares de Nerja, and will feature stellar performances by soprano Estella A. Vicente, the contralto Asude Karayavuz, tenor and bass Pablo Alonso Victor Cruz, all under the direction of Antonio Guerrero González
The Councillor for Culture, Anabel Iranzo Platero; the president of the Coral Alminares, Juan Luis Medina; the director of the Symphony Orchestra City of Atarfe, José Antonio Guerrero; and the older sister of the brotherhood, Isabel Navas, will attend the presentation ceremony.

    • LOL. Good point . . . the more the better, though. Wish we could be there! Wonder if CDs will be made available?

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