Last month, the third edition of ‘Music in Segura’ was celebrated in our area. This is a music festival that takes place in the picturesque small village Segura de la Sierra mixing the delicacy of the music with an incomparable scenery.
The festival was created three years ago by Daniel Broncano, a clarinetist from Orcera who plays in international orchestras. Currently, he continues organizing and improving this event but there is also an important presence of volunteers that work for love to art. Additionally, the project uses crowfunding in order to raise money.
This year, the activity program of `Music in Segura’ included classic music concerts, another types of concerts (such us flamenco, tango or played in the countryside), singing lessons, a wine degustation, a pedagogic performance for students. Moreover, one of the classic concerts was the first celebrated in an olive oil factory.
Around 300 people attended the concerts each day and, with no doubt, they spent a really enjoyable experience. Many of them will surely return to Segura de la Sierra for the fourth edition.
From my point of view, the project is a fantastic way in order to take benefit of our touristic heritage because it combines nature and culture perfectly. Nowadays, I think ‘Music in Segura’ is one of the most important events in our region (many newspaper and television channels talked about it). Furthermore, I think the project is going to continue increasing and will be more famous and well known.
Ramón Alba Campos
Last month it was celebrated in Segura de la Sierra one of the most important musical, artistic and cultural events of the year, Music in Segura.
During this week have been celebrated musical concerts with all kinds of instruments; wind instrument, percussion, stringed...
They performed many concerts, not just one instrument concerts were played, but wonderful orchestras and bands also took part in the festival.
Attending events in my opinion is a form of recreating in nature, enjoying a good atmosphere and a way of letting you move by the beautiful of Music.
Rosa Ana Fernández