Moraira - Teulada



Welcome to issue number 81 of the Newsletter

 March 2016  


The newsletters are compiled by Dot Garrett.  

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Copy date for April 2016 Newsletter:  25th March 2016


  Next U3A Meeting

The next General Meeting will be held on

Monday, 7th March 2016

at the Salón de Banquetes, Avenida del Mediterráneo, Teulada at 10:30 a.m.

Doors open to members at 09:30 a.m.

Renewal desks will be open from 9:30 a.m. and will close promptly at 10:30 a.m.



For agenda please see the website


Jill Cole

Message From President

Jill Cole

Welcome to the March Newsletter, on the 7th March the AGM is being held when you will have the opportunity to vote in a new President and Committee.
I would like to thank you all for the support you have given me over the last 2 years as President. It has been a great experience for me to work with such a great group of people.  I have loved it! But, times change and new blood is necessary to ensure that this wonderful organisation continues to evolve and grow, whilst still supporting all it's members. To enable this volunteers are always needed to join the Committee or run Groups, thus ensuring that the U3A Moraira Teulada continues for many years hence.
I would like to thank the Committee and Group Leaders for all their hard work ensuring the success of our U3A.  
During February we have had some upsetting news of members that are ill or who have passed away.  The Committee and I would like the respective families to know that our thoughts are with them.  For the Committee the biggest shock was the sudden passing of Shirley Baehr, Shirley was a founder member of the U3A Moraira-Teulada and an active Committee member. 
Shirley Natanson Baehr 1951 - 2016

Shirley Natanson Baehr 1951 - 2016

Shirley was born in April 1951. After attending local schools in the London area Shirley learned secretarial skills at Pitman’s College in Southampton Row. At the very young age of 17 she got her first job as Personal Assistant to the International Manager at Lou Grade’s Pye Record Company based at Marble Arch.  Shirley soon realised that she had the biggest workload in the open-plan office she shared with all the other secretaries, but she was refused a pay rise as she was too young.

Enterprising even at that young age, one morning in 1969 when her boss was working abroad Shirley left the office at 10:00 am to buy the Evening Standard in which she found an advertisement for a similar job with another record company. After an interview with the International Manager (again), for which she dressed very smartly in a green suit with matching leather gloves, Shirley found herself working for Apple Records in Lady Hamilton house, in Savile Row.
Shirley gradually gained more responsibility with EMI who manufactured the records. When Apple records closed in 1975 EMI offered Shirley the job of Label/Product Manager and she was then the only female executive. Her portfolio of artistes included the Beatles, both as a group and individually (with whom she had built up a relationship during her Apple years), Cilla Black, Cliff Richards, Olivia Newton-John and Kate Bush – a few names we all recognise.

Shirley and Laurence met in the late 1980’s and they then bought a house together in Mill Hill and married in December 1990 at Burnt Oak Registry Office. Laurence had always wanted to retire to somewhere in the sun and by the sea so they visited the Costa Blanca over Christmas and New Year 2003/4 and, loving the area, they bought a flat off-plan in Calpe, where they spent holidays before letting their English home in August ‘06 and moving to Spain permanently with their two dogs. Six months later, knowing it was the right decision, they sold the house in Mill Hill and subsequently bought their villa in Moraira.

Shirley was one of those rare people who worked tirelessly on behalf of others both in the thriving Jewish community based in Benidorm where she was secretary to the Comunidad Isrealita De Alicante and also as the Groups Coordinator in Moraira Teulada U3A.

Shirley was an inspirational, indefatigable lady, a “one off”.

At the inaugural meeting of the Moraira-Teulada U3A in May 2008 Shirley was one of the first to volunteer to help and at the first Steering Group Meeting she offered to be the Groups Coordinator and she has steadfastly and responsibly remained in that very demanding office ever since. Shirley was always promoting and having ideas for new groups and then helped the new Group Leader set up, find premises for the meetings, and in some cases started a group herself to get a new project off the ground.

A very active Committee Member, Shirley helped with organising events, had meetings at her home where members always received delicious coffee and cakes, and generally got involved with all sorts of U3A events. She was a keen supporter of the U3A Golden Oldies Music Group of which Laurence is a founder member. Shirley also enjoyed welcoming members of this group at the beginning of the popular Music nights and usually gave a small speech of thanks at the end.

Shirley regularly held parties at her home to raise funds for charities, was an animal lover and a devoted dog owner.

She was a person always on the go, always willing to help people, always the first to volunteer, always friendly.

She will be greatly missed by all those who knew her and our hearts go out to Laurence, to her sister Helen and to all of Shirley’s family.


Membership Renewals 2016 - Final Reminder

Membership Renewals 2016 - Final Reminder

You now have only one opportunity to renew your membership for 2016 at the discounted rate of 5 euros per person.

• Monday, 7th March 2016 at the Annual General Meeting in Teulada.  Renewal desks will be open from 9:30 a.m. and will close promptly at 10:30 a.m.

If you were a member in 2015 and you renew your membership on the above date the subscription for 2016 will be 5 euros per person.

However, in accordance with the Constitution, if you do not renew by 10:30 a.m. on Monday, 7th March 2016, then your membership will be treated as lapsed and you will then be required to pay the full subscription of 10 euros per person.

If you are not in Spain on this date, you can ask a friend to renew on your behalf.

If you do not renew by 10:30 a.m. on 7th March, you can still renew at any of the subsequent General Meetings in Teulada.  However, until you do so, you will not be able to

• Attend or join any groups

• Join any of the travel trips

• Receive the enews bulletins

• Receive the newsletters

• Participate in any social functions

• Belong to our Facebook closed group (forum)

Please note that the New Members desk will not be open at the Annual General Meeting on 7th March 2016.

Pat Clarke

Membership Secretary

160314 Art Talk 14th March 2016: Grandma Moses

Art Talk 14th March 2016: Grandma Moses

Date: Monday 14th March 2016 10:30
Location: Salón de Actos, Espai la Senieta, Moraira (next to the large free car park)
Subject: Grandma Moses (1860-1961)
Lecturer: Angela Chantry

Anna Mary Robertson Moses, known by her nickname Grandma Moses, was a renowned American folk artist who started painting in her 70s. Her nostalgic depictions of rural American life became internationally recognised and her paintings are among the collections of many museums. She has appeared on magazine covers, television and in a documentary on her life, won numerous awards and was awarded two honorary doctoral degrees. In person, Grandma Moses charmed wherever she went. A tiny, lively woman with mischievous grey eyes and a quick wit, she could be sharp-tongued with a sycophant and stern with an errant grandchild. Grandma Moses worked from memory, portraying a way of life she knew from experience. In her paintings there is no despair, unhappiness, or ageing, yet this unrealistic view of life is presented with remarkable power.

Film 14th March: The Imitation Game

Film 14th March: The Imitation Game

When: Monday 14th March 2016, doors open 17:45, film starts 18:00, ends 19:50

Where: Salón de Actos, Espai la Senieta, Moraira (next to the large free car park)

U3A Membership Card for entrance (free) – NO booking required

The ImitationGame is a gripping, acclaimed thriller that tells the incredible true story of unsung war hero Alan Turing, the British mathematician responsible for cracking the German Enigma code during World War II.

Benedict Cumberbatch (The Fifth Estate, Star Trek Into Darkness, and TV’s Sherlock) and Keira Knightley (BAFTA nominee for Atonement, Oscar nominee for Pride and Prejudice) star as Turing and his ally and fellow code-breaker Joan Clarke, alongside a top- notch cast, including Matthew Goode (Stoker, A Single Man), Mark Strong (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Rory Kinnear (Skyfall), Charles Dance (Gosford Park, TV's Game of Thrones), Allen Leech (In Fear, TV’s Downton Abbey) and Matthew Beard (An Education)

Discussion Group - New Group

Discussion Group - New Group




Our first Matters Arising will be a lighthearted look ahead

at what could be the consequences, to us, of the referendum.

First meeting - March 8th 2p.m and every 2nd Tuesday of the month thereafter

Venue - Inside Saxo Discotheque on the Calpe Road,
you can park in the car park at the fair ground end and walk through.

Please let us know if you can attend and think of some of the more unusual aspects that we could discuss.

Lynn Clarke



EU Referendum vote

EU Referendum vote

By David Salgo

The British Embassy in Madrid has produced a guide to encourage Britons who live in Spain to register to vote.

1.      A referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union will be held on 23 June.

2.      If you were on the electoral roll in the UK within the last 15 years, then you can register as an overseas voter and have your say. #yourvotematters.

3.      If you last lived in England, Scotland or Wales, go to and fill in your data. All you need is your National Insurance number, passport details and date of birth. (Even if you don’t have an NI number, you can still register).

4.      Choose how you want to vote – by post, proxy, or even in person if you will be in Britain on polling day. If you choose to vote by post, ballot forms will be despatched about one month ahead, giving you time to receive, complete and return your vote.

5.      If you were last registered to vote in Northern Ireland, download an overseas voter application form from the Electoral Office for Northern Ireland, at You can choose to vote by proxy or in person, but not by post.

6.      Do register now, don’t wait until the last minute and miss the deadline. Thousands of expatriates are already signing up. If you wait, you may miss your chance to have your say.

7.      Just as in the UK, you need to register annually. So if you registered as an overseas voter for last year’s General Election, you still need to renew ahead of the EU referendum.

8.      Out of 283,000 Britons officially resident in Spain, just 11,000 were registered to vote in last year’s UK General Election. Many British expats could miss out on their say in the EU referendum, so tell your friends to register too.

9.      Use Facebook and Twitter to pass the message on that #yourvotematters.

10.  Go to - make sure you can have your say

Success for Creative Writing Group

Success for Creative Writing Group


By Rosemary Sheppard

"The Creative Writing Group of the Moraira/Teulada U3A are enormously proud to announce that two of our members, Vonnie Giles and Hilary Coombes, have just had books published.    Vonnie has been one of the leading lights of the Group since it's formation.  She has lived in Spain for many years and has always enjoyed writing for pleasure, her principal aim, however,  always being to have her own book published.  Following Vonnie's successful contributions to the anthology 'Picked and Mixed', she was invited to publish a selection of her unique and quirky short stories.  These have now been published under the title ACID RAIN, which according to the cover of the book  'delves into her eclectic collection of dark and esoteric tales and promises to entertain and surprise. Meet some of the darkest characters ever to send shivers into your dreams.' 

• ISBN-10: 1908135069

• ISBN-13: 978-1908135063

We are as thrilled as she is that her dream has finally come true. Hilary was born in Devon and brought up in Bristol.  After juggling family and studying for university as a mature student she taught in various schools and colleges, eventually specialising in teaching blind students.  She now lives between Somerset and Spain with her husband.  All her previous books are non-fiction (boring, she says, compared with the joy of writing a 'proper' novel which is something she's wanted to do all her life). Hilary joined our Group a couple of years ago, seeking advice about a novel she had embarked upon.  Having been urged by the Group to 'carry on', this has now been published and is entitled 'THE HEN PARTY', described on the cover as follows: 'As the survivor of a terrible childhood, Bern has always lived her stormy flamboyant life as a fighter.  Now in her fifties organising a hen party in the popular Spanish resort of Benidorm is easy, but booking a party means that she must also deal with the consequences when one of her companions reveals a secret that has repercussions for everyone.  Bern finds herself in a Spanish police cell and is forced to confront her deeply buried feelings, her past and face up to the way that she is living her life.
Paperback ISBN number 978-1-908135-40-7978-1-908135-40-7  

eBook ISBN number 978-1-908135-41-4978-1-908135-41-4.'

Both of these books have been published as eBooks and paperbacks on Amazon, but booksellers should be able to obtain them. This, we feel, is a wonderful achievement not only for two very gifted writers but also for our Group and the Moraira/Teulada U3A in general."

Healthy Walking Group report, February 2016

Healthy Walking Group report, February 2016

By Noelene Cummins

26th/28th January. Teulada, Els Molins, Castellon

It was very misty for the Tuesday walk and there were no views. 24 members enjoyed the walk which started at Teulada Cemetery and had some steep parts to it.

On 28th the sun shone and 47 enjoyed wonderful views from the renovated mill at the top of El Molins urbanisation. Walkers were interested in the excavations near the car park which have opened up a large cave and remains of buildings in it. Roman?

Wednesday 27th January. Regular Walkers New Year Meal.

47 regular walkers met at La Brisa,Teulada for an enjoyable and noisy get together.

A comment was made about some not recognising some of the diners. As we do the same walk twice a week, regular walkers on Tuesday do not often meet those who walk on Thursday! Non walking partners were also at La Brisa.

The Blossom Walks

2nd/4th February Parcent, south through orange, almond & olive groves

Robert Verbruggen works out the walks schedule and every six weeks he emails it to all members of the walking group. Two days before the scheduled walk on 2nd February he notified walkers that the Blossom Walks would be the first two weeks of February instead of the last two as the blossom was fully out. Despite this alteration 60 walkers drove to Parcent that Tuesday. That is the largest group to date however Leader John coped admirably. It was cloudy but all enjoyed the beauty of the area. There are areas in the woods where there are tiny daffodils less than 1cm across the flower. Whilst crouching down to photograph them Tim spotted a beautiful Orchid. Coffee was at Castelvie in Alcalali.

31 walkers did the walk on Thursday 4th February. It was cloudy.

9th/11th February Parcent, northwest loop

This is an undulating walk along tracks around hills and orchards ending with a steep hill from the Wash House to the top of the village. Once again it was dull and the blossom looks best with the sun on it and blue sky behind.

38 walkers did the Tuesday walk, but 20 walkers on the Thursday walk were blessed with a fair amount of sunshine which brought out the colours of the countryside. Brian led this walk in reverse and avoided the steep hill for which some walkers were grateful! 18 walkers enjoyed coffee at Tramonti restaurant and some stayed for a meal.

Sadly, shortly after this event, Irene Mowle’s husband Alan, died. The group sent their condolences to Irene.

16th/18th February Benissa to Senija (The Cemetery walk!)

This walk is a level walk through the vineyards and fields including two beautifully kept Cemeteries. 30 or more members did these walks. Coffee was at the little bar at Brico on the Teulada industrial estate.

23rd February Around the country paths from Les Fonts

This walk leaves Les Fonts uphill and then drops into the carefully manicured fields in the valley below the urbanisation. It was a delight to see the neat cultivated fields and we admired a lovely allotment opposite the watermill. The variety of healthy vegetables growing side by side was a credit to the owner. It was unusually hot for February and many went to the bar in Benitaxell to revive with coffee or a beer.




By Eileen Haxon



1 red chilli - deseeded and finely chopped ( or use 1 teaspoon of Bart`s chilli paste)

6 tbsp olive oil

6 tinned peach halves - each cut into 2 - making 12 quarters

12 slices of thinly sliced serrano ham

2 balls mozzarella torn into 12 chunks

handful rocket leaves

Mix the chilli with the olive oil and set aside. Take the peach wedges and mozzarella chunk and wrap a slice of ham around the 2.

Place 3 peach parcels on each plate, scatter with a few rocket leaves and drizzle everything with the chilli oil before serving.


1tbsp oil

1 large leek - finely shredded

200 g cream cheese with garlic and herbs

1 pack of puff pastry ( I like Lidl`s fresh puff pastry )

4 x 200 g salmon fillets ( again Lidl`s frozen salmon fillets are ideal, boneless and skinless)

150 g cooked peeled prawns

1 egg ( use egg yolks from the following recipe )

Oven 200 C

Heat oil and fry for 10 minutes without browning. Cool slightly and stir in cream cheese, prawns and a pinch of pepper

Roll out sheet of pastry and divide into 4 squares

Divide the leek mixture into 4, placing down the centre of each pastry square. Cover with salmon fillet.

Brush pastry surrounds with beaten egg and wrap pastry around the salmon

like a sausage roll. Seal edges. Make a few cuts in the pastry, then brush with beaten egg.

Place on baking tray and bake for 25 / 30 minutes until golden.

GARLIC ROASTED NEW POTATOES cook these at the same time as the salmon en croute

1 kg baby new potatoes, washed

1 chopped garlic clove

pinch of dried herbs

olive oil

Oven 200 C. Put potatoes in a roasting tin and toss in the garlic, herbs and seasoning. Coat in about 2 / 3 tbsp of olive oil. Roast for about 30 - 40 minutes



For meringue -

3 large egg whites

140 g caster sugar

30 g light brown sugar

1 level tsp cornflour

1/2 tsp vanilla essence

1 tsp white wine vinegar

Heat oven 170 C. Line a large baking sheet with baking parchment. Whisk egg whites until they form stiff peaks. Gradually add the sugar a little at a time, whisking well between each addition. Whisk until stiff and shiny. Stir in remaining ingredients.

Spoon meringue onto lined baking sheet in a circle making a nest with sides higher than the centre. Place in the centre of the oven and bake for 1 and 1/4 hours turning the oven down to 125 C after 5 minutes.

Once cooked, turn off oven and leave pavlova inside oven until completely cool

Decoration -

300 ml double cream ( or a mixture of creme fraiche and cream )

1 punnet of raspberries or strawberries

Whip the cream until it holds shape.

To assemble the pavlova, place the meringue onto a serving plate. Put the cream in the centre and pile your chosen fruit on top of the cream.

Have a successful evening.

A little light relief!

A little light relief!

By Margaret Roberts

Getting Ready for Broadband in the Australian Bush!


Logon - Adding wood to make the Barbie hotter

Log Off  - Not adding any more wood to the Barbie

Monitor -  Keeping an eye on the Barbie

Download -  Getting firewood off the Ute

Hard Drive -  Making the trip back home without any cold tinnies

Keyboard -  Where you hang the Ute keys

Window  - What you shut when the weather’s cold

Screen -  What you shut in the mozzie season

Byte  - What mozzies do

Megabyte -  What Townsville mozzies do

Chip -  A pub snack

Microchip -  What’s left in the bag after you’ve eaten the chips

Modem  - What you did to lawns

Laptop  - Where the cat sleeps

Software  - Plastic knives and forks

Hardware -  Stainless steel knives and forks

Mouse  - Small rodent that eats the grain in the shed

Mainframe  - What holds the shed up

Web  - What spiders make

Website -  Usually in the shed or under the veranda

Search Engine  - What you do when the Ute won’t go

Yahoo  - What you say when the Ute does go

Upgrade -  A steep hill

Server  - The person at the pub who brings out the counter lunch

Mail Server - The bloke at the pub who brings out the counter lunch

User  - The neighbour who keeps borrowing things

Network  - What you do when you need to repair the fishing net

Internet -  Where you want the fish to go

Netscape -  What the fish do when they discover a hole in the net

Online  - Where you hang the washing

Offline  - Where the washing ends up when the pegs aren’t strong enough

A little bit of Aussie culcha

With apologies to any Aussie U3A members!



Moraira - Teulada

Local Events and Information.


Womens week

"San José de Chiquitos (Bolivia), a cap to igualtat municipal experience."
19h | Location: Classrooms 1 and 2, Espai La Senieta, Moraira.
Carmen Fatima Montenegro, Geovanna Third and Flavia Marco Navarro.

Alumnado CEIP Sant Vicent Ferrer and CEIP Cap d'Or.
Location: L'Almàssera, Avda Santa Catalina, 30, Teulada and Hall, Espai La Senieta, Moraira..


Workshop emotional entertainment | Time: 7:30 p.m. | Place: Classrooms 1 and 2, Espai La Senieta, Moraira.
Speaker: Alejandra Navarro COACH.

Tuesday, March 8 - International Women's Day 2016
Time: 12h | Location: Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Teulada.

Time: 17h | Location: Lecture Hall, Espai La Senieta, Moraira.
Speaker: Psicóloga Doña Paca Ayza.
Organizers: Association Housewives and Consumers of Moraira.

Time: 17h | Location: Retirees and Pensioners Social Center, Constitution Plaza, Teulada.
Inscriptions: . 22, 23 and 24 February in "Carmen Roba i Complements"
+ INFO: 965740767. Organizers: Association Mestresses of Teulada.

Time: 19h - 20: 30h | Location: Plenary Hall, Teulada.
Speaker: Mar Tortosa. | Organizers: Association Mestresses of Teulada.

Time: 14: 30h - 15: 30h | Location: . Hall, Espai La Senieta, Moraira
Donation: 3 € for the project "The Alvaro nevus. "
Speaker: Marina Alta and Costa Blanca Floral Club.

ADoLeScEnCiA i joventut to Chiquitania: Bolivian realitat of igualtat between Gèneres.
FOR PUPILS OF IES TEULADA | Speaker: Fons Valencià per the Solidaritat.

Cycle women in film. . Presented by attorney Service Legal Advice for Women
Time: 19: 30h | Location: Plenary Hall, Teulada

own recreation of "The Dream" Picasso
Time: 10h - 12h | Place: Classrooms 1 and 2, Espai La Senieta, Moraira
Participation: 30 €. Includes all materials.
* For more than 15 years. At the end of his artwork and materials will be.
+ INFO and RESERVATIONS: Paola Bavaro 695,612,264

Time: 9h - 10h | Place: Plaça VI Centenari - Pouet del Moro - Plaça VI Centenari
Inscriptions . until Thursday 10 March
Donations from 3 € for the project "the Nevus Alvaro" in any of the following information: | "Entrefils" Avda Santa Catalina, 16, Teulada. | "Espai La Senieta" (Wednesday , 24 February and 2 March 11h to 15h) .Obsequio backpack. It
will be possible to donate without participating in the solidarity march through a "FILA 0".
Plastic plugs will also be collected for . causes
* below is a popular lunch for everyone who participated and held DAY BATUKA, GYM aND PILATES
Location: Plaça VI Centenari.

All activities are open to all people and free entry (except where specified).
+ INFO: Teulada Town Hall | Tel: 965 740 158965 740 158 |

Magnum Productions Charity Concerts

Magnum Productions Charity Concerts

Logia Deportiva No.83 in association with Magnum Productions and Studio in Gata are promoting a series of charity concerts this year for the benefit of Masonic charities and the Alzheimers Society (AFA) Teulada - Moraira. The first concert in February featured the tremendously popular “Liverpool Band” who provided the best tribute to the Fab 4 that can be seen in Spain and were justly rewarded with standing ovations throughout their fabulous show.

The second of these concerts is scheduled for Friday the 18th March in Espai la Senieta, Moraira and showcases the wonderful combination of two of the most talented operatic singers on the Costa Blanca.  Gill Henry will be performing her unique style of modern popular songs from the greatest Diva’s in the world and will be followed by Manuel Lázaro singing some magnificent opera numbers with his enthralling tenor.  The second part of the show features duets with Gill and Manuel providing a perfect blend of Gill’s soprano and Manuel’s tenor voice.  Gill and Manuel thrilled the audience with their performance at the “Glyndebourne in Gata” event last year and this will truly be a “Classical Crossover” not to be missed. Tickets are only 12.50€ and there will be a bar and prize draw so please book early not to miss this one off event in a lovely theatre.

Tickets can be booked on 96 649 191796 649 1917 or email:

For information on all our upcoming events please call 96 649 995496 649 9954 or email:

Lions Club Moraira. Manhatton Jazz Play Satchmo

Lions Club Moraira. Manhatton Jazz Play Satchmo

Unbelievably, this year sees the 45th anniversary of the death of Louis Armstrong when, on 6th July 1971, the world of jazz said goodbye to one of its true greats.

Although best remembered today by many for his hit records “Hello Dolly” and the iconic “What a Wonderful World”, the career of Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong, jazz musician, composer and singer, spanned over 50 years and, as early as the 1920s he established himself as one of the pivotal and most influential figures in jazz music. With his famously gravelly voice, which appeared to originate from the soles of his boots, virtuoso performances on the trumpet & cornet and a hugely engaging stage presence, Satchmo was enormously popular with audiences wherever he played. It, therefore, takes genuine talent to do proper justice to any part of Louis Armstrong's extensive & varied repertoire of jazz music but, with this concert, talent aplenty is what will be on-stage at La Senieta as Manhatton Jazz take us back to the era when jazz was king.

Jef Hatton and the boys of Manhatton Jazz have a large and loyal fan base throughout the Costa Blanca and so we are delighted to have this opportunity to bring the band to La Senieta for this special night – the more so since they have, for many years now, been constant and generous supporters of Teulada Moraira Lions.

Jef Hatton has already promised that this is going to be a GREAT night and so, if you are any kind of jazz fan, form an orderly queue now to secure your seats via our Ticket Hotline: tel. (0034) 634 347 343(0034) 634 347 343 or email Tickets are priced at just 10 euros!

Auditori Teulada

Auditori Teulada

Beethoven 's Ninth Symphony in D minor OP 125
The Auditori Teulada Moraira in action, Sacred Music presents this year one of the masterpieces of the famous composer Ludwig van Beethoven, the same day that marks 189 years of his death. 
More than 150 people on stage between choir and orchestra will perform the final complete symphony of German composer.
Soloists: Tina Gorina -soprano | Ana Hasler - mezzosoprano | Nester Martorell - tenor | Javier Franco - baritone
choir director: Josep Lluís Valldecabres
Musical director - Francesc Estevez
Collaboration: Association of Friends of Music of Alcoy
Duration: 90 'approx | Time 19h | Price: 25 €
DTOs: 15% retired and over 65, students under 16, unemployed and enrolled in the SEPA, Amiga Card auditorium, through accreditation. In the two hours before the concert no discount will not apply.



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