EARTH University will transport you to India in the CREDOMATIC Music Fest

Filed Under: EARTH News
Date: August 9th, 2016

Once again, EARTH University will open its doors to welcome new international cultural and musical experiences, as it hosts –for the 8th time- CREDOMATIC music fest, which celebrates its 26th edition.

Visitors will be able to listen to classical, Indian music from the ensemble BHiM next Thursday, August 11, at 7 p.m. in the Emory L. Cocke auditoriam. The group is composed of four members: Tony Calvo (sitar), Jaume Catá (table), Marina Vellvé (tempura) and Anaïs Muñoz (kathak dance).

Ensamble de música tradicional india BHiM. Foto/Festival de Música CREDOMATIC

Indian music ensemble, BHiM. Photo/CREDOMATIC Music Festival


For the day of the event:

  • The auditorium will open its door at 6:30 p.m. and will close them at 7:00 p.m., once the concert begins. If the auditorium fills to capacity, no one else will be allowed to enter; we suggest you arrive early.
  • You will not be allowed to enter the auditorium while the group is playing. If you arrive late, please wait outside until you hear clapping, then enter and find a seat near the entrance so as to avoid distracting others. For the same reason, people will only be allowed to exit the auditorium during the intermissions.
  • Because of the type of event, people will be required to wear semiformal or formal attire.
  • Attendants will not have to pay any admission charge.

CREDOMATIC Music Fest is featuring 35 concerts in 28 locations. Follow this link to review the listings (in spanish).

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