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Sierra Espuña International Early Music Festival (ECOS) emerges with the firm intention of filling Territorio Sierra Espuña and its six municipalities: Aledo, Alhama de Murcia, Librilla, Mula, Pliego and Totana full of Early Music.

Next ECOS festival will be held between 18-28 July 2018.

Sierra Espuña is located within the Region of Murcia and comprises the emblematic Sierra Espuña Nature Reserve and the six municipalities surrounding it. An area of outstanding patrimonial and historical wealth. For this reason, ECOS is far more than just a festival: it is an encounter with sensations and sonorities, becoming a unique experience.

 

At ECOS, early music is mingled with gastronomy, nature and heritage in order to provide with exceptional cultural and touristic offerings; this being built up around the international academy, early music concerts, children´s activities, and the experiences in the area.

 

Betting on young talent, the festival´s ensemble, conducted by Jorge Losana, and the resident ensembles of his international academy will share the stage with early music leading figures such as Manfredo Kraemer and Pablo Zapico.

ECOS INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY

 

ECOS International Academy attracts young musicians specialised in early music who gather in Sierra Espuña so as to learn and improve the practice of historically informed performance. It is structured around four areas depending on the type of student, each area led by expert teachers in early music performance.

24-28
Ensembles in Residence

Resident groups are either professional early music ensembles or on their way to professionalization who come to Sierra Espuña to work, rehearse, give concerts and prepare promotional material such as videos or photos with the purpose of giving a boost to their careers.

19-20
Basso Continuo Intensive Course

Basso Continuo Course, taught by Pablo Zapico, provides highly specialized training in baroque music accompaniment aimed at students from professional and higher conservatories of music.

23-27
Chamber Music Workshop

The Chamber Music workshop is a chance to get started on historically informed performance. Aimed at musicians from the University Orchestra of Murcia, it will be led by Manfredo Kraemer.

15-22
ECOS de Sierra Espuña Ensemble

ECOS de Sierra Espuña Ensemble, conducted by Jorge Losana, brings together either professional singers and players or those who are finishing their studies in order to work with great care and interpret a programme based on the Iberian music heritage.

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