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CLAVIERS BAROQUES News Desk -- Cabezón 500th Anniversary Tour - October 11th -12th, 2010

The Cabezón 500th Anniversary Tour - October 11th -12th, 2010 -- Following the 10th International “Diego Fernández” Symposium on Spanish Keyboard Music, FIMTE will host excursions to the collections of Spanish keyboard instruments housed at the Burgos cathedral, Castrillo de Matajudíos, at Villasandino, Santoyo (Palencia), Convento de Santa Clara, Tordesillas (Valladolid) and the Fundación Joaquín Díaz, Urueña (Valladolid), including a visit to Antonio de Cabezón’s hometown. Any and all are welcome to join in and organists are invited to play the organs. More information about the symposium here, at www.fimte.org or ask for the brochure.

SCHEDULE OF THE TOUR (Provisional) (.pdf version and a nice picture here):

Monday, October 11th -- Departing point: Burgos

Tuesday October 12th, 2010


To register or for further information:

FIMTE -- www.fimte.org
Apdo. 212 Garrucha 04630
Almería ESPAÑA
Tel: +34 950132285
fimte@fi mte.org

Fee for Cabezon 500th Anniversary Tour: € 420 euros. The tour price includes transport costs (11th and 12th October) from Burgos to Villasandino, Castrillo de Matajudíos, Santoyo, Tordesillas, Urueña and back to Burgos, plus the two complimentary lunches and complimentary museum tickets. Partial registration in the tour is not an option.

Payment may be made by bank transfer to:

Asociacion Leal. Bank: LA CAIXA.
SWIFT: CAIXESBBXXX .ACCOUNT: ES6521004934612200020991
(Bank Address: C/ Mayor 120-122 Garrucha 04630 Almería SPAIN Telf. 34-950544850).

Please, try to make sure that all charges are made by your bank (mode “OUR”). Only a limited number of participants can be accepted and participants will be designated by strict order of registration.

N.B. Please, note that the tour departs from the city of BURGOS. The easiest way to arrive to Burgos is from Madrid. Several trains connect Madrid to Burgos (the fast train in two hours; other trains in 3 to 4 hours). It is recommended to book well in advance as these dates coincide with local holidays in Spain.







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