The Balearic Islands Symphony Orchestra will offer a concert on Friday June 19 inside the Sant Antoni church, the first to be held in person in the municipality since the state of alarm decree.
The musical performance is part of the cycle of 59 concerts #SonemPerTu organized by the symphony orchestra, which resumed activity in late May to start a tour of stages of all the islands during the summer season. Sant Antoni will host the first concert that the group will perform on its way through the island of Ibiza, which will also perform in Santa Gertrudis, Sant Jordi, Sant Joan and Vila.
The free concert will take place at 8:30 P.M. and will have a maximum capacity of 80 people, respecting the security measures derived from the Covid-19. In the act, the sanitary protocols and instructions will be followed, the use of a mask being mandatory. At the entrance, attendees will have hydroalcoholic gel and it will be distributed to the public respecting the safety distances.
The concert offered by the symphony orchestra is a small format of strings, wind and percussion groups and a varied repertoire that ranges from baroque music to contemporary styles with heterogeneous works and for all audiences. The musicians will perform works by W.A. Mozart, A. Vivaldi, J. Brahms, A. Piazzolla and Paquito de Rivera, among others.