Join the 57th Edition of the Religious Music Week in Cuenca

The 57th Edition of the Religious Music Week in Cuenca is one of most popular festivals of the region of Castile-La Mancha and is celebrated in the province of Cuenca. It is considered to be one of the most important festivities of International Tourist Interest in Spain. This festival is an opportunity to enjoy all the emotion of the processions in addition to musical pieces performed by world-class orchestras and choirs. The festival is going to be celebrated from March 24 to April 8 this year.

Cuenca Religious Music Week coincides with the Easter week celebrations. Every year it features important international orchestras and soloists. There is a wide and varied line-up of concerts, including new compositions, rarely performed works, old pieces recovered from history, and, of course, the great traditional works of religious music. The concert venues help to create a magical atmosphere: the cathedral, the old convent of Las Carmelitas, and the churches of San Miguel and Arcas, to name just a few. Tickets and reduced-price season tickets are available in advance by telephone or at the Theatre-Auditorium box office. There are also free concerts. Invitations should be collected at the venue one hour before the performance.

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