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Concert of music Semana Santa de Cieza (12/02/2019)

The Ogíjares Symphonic Band of Granada covers the entire instrumental bow of wind and percussion with the support of double basses and cellos, forming a symphonic band.

The Symphony began in 1993 on the initiative of the City Council of Ogíjares and has a consolidated track record with great dynamism in musical events throughout the year.

He has recorded two record works in addition to dozens of direct edits.

Caring for its image and publicity, it has a website and an outstanding presence on the internet with more than one million visits and reproductions of its pages, videos and recordings and an online store of its own products.

Since its foundation, the BSMO® has promoted a powerful musical culture permeating large social and cultural groups of Ogíjares and Granada capital, in educational, cultural and religious centers.

Ogíjares has a School of Music and Dance approved by the Junta de Andalucía and an Elementary Music Degree, with more than 600 students in almost thirty teachings, being one of the main educational centers of this kind in the province.

In 2012 the BSMO® stands with the first prize in the highest category of the Provincial Contest of Music Bands of Granada organized by the Provincial Council together with the Granadina Federation of Bands.

Seasonal concerts, participation in contests, events and festivities of all kinds and cofrade music cycles are already established in the musical panorama of the metropolitan area of ​​Granada.

In total around thirty performances of this Symphony every year, with a staff of around 100 musicians, cultivating a varied and innovative repertoire in Eastern Andalusia.

His repertoire includes important unpublished releases and premieres in the Andalusian community of complex and peculiar scores.

From the BSMO®, there have been dozens of decompositions that have been released by the band itself, which have sprung up thanks to the composers that exist in the band or the links that the band creates through national and international territory.

Between the own repertoire stand out the compositions of field cofrade ofVíctor Manuel Ferrer, the pasodobles and Christian marches ofLuis Castelló, or the suites and symphonic poems ofManuel Castelló.

In his recent history, contemporary works stand out for bands such as Tormenta del Desierto or Juana de Arco de Ferrán, El Arca de Noé and Libertadores de Navarro, Armenian Dances by Reed, and a wide repertoire of works such as Chess, Alternances, Persis, Pilatus or Portraits of Spain.

The repertoire is completed with orchestral band adaptations, notably the Spatish Kachaturian Suite, Mossolov Steel Smelter, Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite, Mussogrky Exposition Pictures or Mahler's Titan, as well as the Hungarian Dances, Light Horses, Pompas and Circumstance, Overture 1812, and a long etcetera that could be extended to an outstanding culture by national classical music and zarzuela.

The Band devotes special attention to the Processional Music, with a cycle of concerts throughout the pre-Lent and Lent that traditionally ends on Saturday of Passion.

It consolidates its presence in the capital of Granada with three important processional accompaniments and crosses the borders to the provinces of Seville and Malaga.

Between 2012 and 2014 it is consolidated with a staff that exceeds 100 members on staff and a very complete instrumental range with the reinforcement of the strings of horns, bassoons and cellos.

The band is introduced with force in the Holy Week of Granada contributing its particular and applauded vision of the cofrade music from a symphonic point, participating in the processional parades of the capital and an intense cycle of concerts in Lent.

At the same time it begins to develop an important series of international musical exchanges, such as the USA and Germany, the latter being the destination of its first Central European tour in the summer of 2011. In 2013, it plans its second major international, professional music tour along with the ENARMONÍA® project, in China.

The BSMO in concert is configured as a solid formation that covers practically the entire instrumental arc of woods and metals, with section of strings, cellos and double basses, which characterizes this type of formations and a percussion section of variable deployment depending on the program, which impacts by the spectacularity of equipment and good work.

Source: JHP Cieza

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