The CNDM expands its digital programming with a second cycle of micro-concerts through Instagram


After the success of the first edition, which was followed by more than 7.000 users, First-rate artists will bring the different musical genres that make up the program of the National Center for Musical Diffusion to the public

Madrid, 15 May 2020.- Monday 18 of May, he National Dissemination Center Musical (CNDM), unit dependent on INAEM, begins a second cycle of live Micro-concerts through his Instagram account (@cndm_inaem). After the success of the first edition, which attracted more than 7.000 users on instagram, the public will be able to enjoy a daily concert that in this new edition is extended to 30 minutes long.

The proposals of the participating artists cover the wide variety of aesthetics and musical genres that have a place in the programming of the CNDM. A) Yes, artists like the duo formed by will meet through Instagram Raquel Andueza (soprano) Y Jesus Fernandez (tiorba), Enrique Solinis (baroque guitar), Isabel Villanueva (viola), Moses P. Sánchez (piano), Maria Rodés (voice and guitar), Elche boy (singing and guitar) Y Pablo Ferrández (cello).

The seven concerts will be held between Monday 18 and the Sunday 24 of May to 19:30 hours and they can be accessed through the CNDM Instagram account (@cndm_inaem).

The performances scheduled throughout the week are as follows:

Monday 18 of May: Raquel Andueza (soprano) and Jesús Fernández (tiorba)
Tuesday 19 of May: Enrique Solinis, baroque guitar
Wednesday 20 of May: Isabel Villanueva, viola
Thursday 21 of May: Moses P. Sánchez, piano
Friday 22 of May: Maria Rodés, voice and guitar
Saturday 23 of May: Elche boy, singing and guitar
Sunday 24 of May: Pablo Ferrández, cello

With these digital cycles of live music, the CNDM wants to send its public a message of hope and closeness, while underlining the essential role that music plays in our lives, especially in these difficult times.

The micro-concerts are aimed both at the regular public who attend the concerts and cycles that the CNDM programs -in the National Music Auditorium and in other venues throughout the Spanish and international geography-, as well as those who wish to enjoy good music and observe the work of the artists in an intimate setting.

Finally, it should be noted that this initiative is part of the CNDM's desire to bring its musical proposals to new audiences, among them the youngest.