Moros i Cristians Xàbia 2024 · Sunday concert brought forward due to Euro 2024 Final

The fiesta organisers will also install screens in the same location to enjoy the game after the concert.

The organising committee of the MOORS & CHRISTIANS fiesta in Xàbia has announced that the fiesta music concert on Sunday evening has been brought forward so as not to clash with the final of Euro 2024 in which Spain will be playing against England.

Spain made it through to the final on Tuesday evening after defeating France 2-1 whilst defeated the Netherlands by the same score to set up an interesting final game. Very aware of the interest in the game which will kick-off at 9.00pm, the committee has decided to bring forward the time of the XIX edition of the CONCERT MÚSICA FESTERA to 6.00pm.

After the concert, the committee has invited everyone to enjoy the football game together in the same location where they will be installing to 60 x 60 screens and there will be a bar service with snacks.

XIX Concert de Música Festera 2024 · Programme

The concert will be featuring musicians from the Symphonic Band of the Unió Musical Casinense and Centre Artístic Musical de Xàbia who will be accompanied in a couple of numbers by dancers from the Academia de Baile de Xàbia, Endanza.

The concert will be divided into two parts:

Unió Musical Casinense, conducted by Gonzalo de la Guía

  • Pasodoble · “Miguel Crespo” (Enrique Alborch)
  • Ballet · “Danza Colorista” (Rafael Mullor)
    accompanied by the dancers of La Academia de Baila Endanza
  • Marcha Cristiana · “Jessica” (José R. Pascual Vilaplana)
  • Marcha Mora · “Abenserraig” (Saül Gómez Soler)

Centre Artístic Musical de Xàbia, conducted by Gonzalo de la Guía

  • Pasodoble · “Borts 1939” (Francisco Valor)
    accompanied by the dancers of La Academia de Baila Endanza
  • Marcha Cristiana · “Gesta” (Miriam Llerana Martín)
    conducted by the composer herself
  • Marcha Mora · “Menda Capità” (Vicente Pérez Estaban)
  • Marcha Cristiana · “Sir Driu” (Enrique Alborch)
    conducted by the composer himself
  • Marcha de Mercenaris · “Apocalipto” (Miguel Morales)