The Illes Balears Symphony Orchestra continues with the cycle “Sonam per tu” (#Sonampertu) with a total of 17 small-format concerts spread over Mallorca, Menorca, Eivissa and Formentera. From June 4 to 27, string, wind and percussion groups will perform varied programs ranging from classics to contemporary styles with heterogeneous works and for all audiences.
The seventeen concerts will be distributed as follows: a concert in Formentera (Pati de Sa Senieta) on June 4; three concerts in Eivissa: in Sant Joan de Labritja (June 4), Sant Josep de sa Talaia and Sant Antoni de Portmany (June 5); two in Menorca, Ferreries and Alaior (June 12) and eleven in Mallorca, spread between June 17 and 27 (Algaida, Inca, Capdepera, Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, Son Servera, Montuïri, Costitx, Campanet, Sencelles, Búger and Felanitx).
More than 40 musicians, divided into 15 groups, will tour all the islands, performing some of the best-known works by great composers such as WA Mozart, A. Vivaldi, J. Brahms, A. Piazzolla, G. Bizet, G. Ph. Telemann , I. Stravinski, F. Mendelssohn and F. Schubert, among others.
These activities are framed within the objectives of this legislature: decentralize the scope of the Symphony, beyond Palma, reach new audiences and scenarios in an exercise of inter-territorial balance, access to the Symphony for all types of groups and programming adapted to the different sectors of the public.
All the information on concerts, works, spaces and accesses are available on the Symphony’s website. Symphony performances will take place following current COVID-19 protocols.
#Sonampertu is a multifaceted project that shows the reality of an orchestra administratively connected to each other as a management model and with activities in the scenic environment (Sona Program), educational (Educa Program) and social (Per a Tots Program).