Classical Music Fun Family Concerts

Don´t miss the sixth edition of the Classical Music Fun Family Concerts, to be held at the Marbella Palacio de Ferias y Congresos next Saturday, May 28, 2011 at 6:00pm. The concert will be presented by Fernando Argenta from the program "The Conciertazo" (the second largest Spanish television station).


This classical music event is important for young performers, who will enjoy this original program as well as participate in the fun.

With collaboration from Fundación Fuerte, children and adults will actively participate in the concert in a family-friendly atmosphere. The Symphony Orchestra of Málaga, Experimental Center of Musical Studies, was created in 2001. Its director, Ara Vartanyan, has managed a number of young musicians who have entered the most prestigious youth orchestras in Spain. Among them, the National Youth and Andalusia.

Fernando Argenta,'s long career in state media: TVE and RNE, was the creator of Music Teaching: The Conciertazo - a very successful program on TVE´s channel 2. It attracts more than 200,000 children in more than 80 concerts organized throughout the country.

Tickets on sale at the Marbella Palacio de Ferias y Congresos box office or call 952 828 244.

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