The Balearic Islands Symphony Orchestra resumes its activity with a cycle of 59 concerts until September. With the motto #SonemPerTu, the Symphony will take to the stages of Majorca, Menorca, Eivissa and Formentera with small concerts of limited capacity. A progressive return to the stages that will feature the strings, wind and percussion groups. All this with a repertoire specially designed for all audiences, from baroque music to more contemporary rhythms.

Fans of live classical music are in luck, as it is the first orchestra in Spain to resume activity. And they will start at the Church of Sant Miquel (Campanet) on Friday May 29th. On Saturday the appointment will be at the Cloister of Santo Domingo (Pollença), and on Sunday at Plaza Alexandre Ballester (Sa Pobla).

The capacity, following the sanitary instructions derived from Covid-19, will be 100 people in Sa Pobla and Pollença, and 50 in Campanet. The concerts will be free except for Sa Pobla, which will cost 3 euros and the profit will go to the ‘Pa i Mel’ association.

The organization has established the pertinent security measures, regulating the entrance and making hydroalcoholic gel available to the public, who must wear gloves and a mask.

During the confinement, the members of the orchestra have not stopped their activity and have connected with the fans through their YouTube portal with videos as spectacular as this one that we leave you here:


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