The Spanish Confederation of Musical Societies, will perform at the premises of the School of Music of Yecla, its XXVI Ordinary General Assembly, next weekend during November 30 and December 1, with the collaboration of the Association of Friends of Music of Yecla, and the departments of Culture, Tourism and Women of the Hon.
Yecla City Hall.
The activities to be carried out during this Assembly are the following:
In the first place, the President of the Association of Friends of Music of Yecla, Francisco Muñoz Castaño, will take part to welcome and thank Yecla for his election, as the venue for this event.
At 3:30 p.m. H. 1st Call, and at 4:00 p.m.
H. 2nd Call.
Opening Act, with the assistance of Vicente Cerdá García, President of the National Confederation of Musical Societies and Jesús Verdú García, Councilor for Culture and Tourism of the City Council of Yecla.
He then began the XXVI Ordinary General Assembly of the CESM.
17:35 H. Closing Ceremony.
17:40 H. Meeting of Women Musicians
Opening Act with the presence of Patricia Soriano Vidal, Councilor for Social Policy, Equality and Women of the City of Yecla.
Round Table: Governance
Round Table: Female Batons
20:00 H. Closing Ceremony
Sunday, December 1st:
Meeting of the Governing Board of the CESM and at the end of the visit to the city of Yecla.
A little more about the Spanish Confederation of Musical Societies:
The Spanish Confederation of Musical Societies (CESM) was established in Altea (Alicante) in 1993 as a non-profit civil organization, with the purpose of coordinating and integrating the musical and cultural associative movement of the Spanish State, represented by its Societies Musicals with their Schools and their Music Bands, entities that have traditionally contributed to conserve an important part of the cultural and musical heritage of our peoples.
Its associates are the various Federations of Musical Societies of Spain.
It is the objective of the Spanish Confederation of Musical Societies the development of musical association in all its aspects, promoting its growth, diversification and improvement, both in regard to the formative work developed by its associates and the associates of its associates, as to the socio-cultural activities that they develop, all of this paying special attention to the growth and normalization of the Music Schools, to the musical training of young people, to their integral education and to their cultural enrichment.
A set of fundamental values â€‹â€‹give ethical support to this entity: democratic values â€‹â€‹and political independence in the election of its members, informative transparency, promotion of participation, solidarity, dialogue, ideological and social plurality.
Tolerance and approach in postures are the general tonic of our internal relationships and with the surrounding environment.
With all this, the aim is to achieve maximum cohesion and unity in a way that allows us to be a valid interlocutor with Public and Private Institutions, with the respect of reciprocal independence;
We understand that the relationship to be maintained with these Public and Private Institutions must be that of collaboration and mutual cooperation.
Currently, the National Confederation is made up of the following Federations: Andalusia, Aragon, Balearic Islands, Castilla-León, Castilla-La Mancha, Catalonia, Extremadura, Galicia, Gran Canaria, Madrid, Murcia, Navarra, Tenerife and Valencia.
The Spanish Confederation of Musical Societies (CESM), a non-profit associative entity formed by the federations that represent musical societies in each Autonomous Community, is the only entity that brings together and represents the entire band world in Spain (it is a member of the plenary session of the State Council of INAEM in its representation) which gives it the character of the only valid interlocutor to address at national level all those issues related to this huge group, which groups 1,100 Musical Societies, with more than 60,000 musicians, (amateurs for the most part) 120,000 students in its network of Music and Dance Schools, 1,000,000 members, which are managed by 10,000 volunteer managers, who perform their work in a totally altruistic and selfless way, which make several million people throughout the National territory is closely aware of this large group by having a close relative in a School or Band.
The Spanish Confederation of Musical Societies (CESM) is part of:
INAEM State Council.
International Confederation of Musical Societies (CISM)
European Union of Amateur Musicians.