On July 26th
the Faculty of Medicine together with the European Medical Student´s Orchestra and Choir will celebrate the Solidarity Gala in the Aula Magna of E.T.S. Informática y Telecomunicaciones of the University of Málaga
, at 19:00h.
This concert is one of the concerts that will be held within the Annual Meeting that the European Medical Students' Orchestra and Choir (EMSOC)
is going to develop in Granada in July.
We would like to thank EMSOC, the University of Granada and the University of Malaga for this opportunity.
Tickets (5 euros) can be purchased through the ticketea website:
All funds raised will go to the Cudeca Hospice
Enrique Granados - Goyescas
Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 8 in G major op. 88.
Allegro with brio
Allegretto grazioso - Molto vivace
Allegro, ma non troppo
Karl Jenkins - Gloria
I. The Proclamation, "Gloria in excelsis Deo" (Moderate)
The Prayer, "Laudamus te" (Larghissimo)
The Psalm (Tehillim), "O praise God in his holiness" (Giubiloso)
IV The Song, "Lord and Master: I'll sing a song to you" (Largo)
V. The Exsultation, "Domine Deus" (Moderate)
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco - Romancero Gitano op. 152 for choir and guitar
I. Baladilla of the three rivers.
European Medical Students' Orchestra and Choir
The dream of young musicians and future doctors from all over Europe is materialised in the EMSOC, the European Medical Students' Orchestra and Choir. The city of Granada, in the south of Spain, will host its eleventh meeting in 2019.
Since 1993, the EMSOC has brought together more than twenty-five countries, bringing together the talents and concerns of hundreds of performers. Musicians who share their professional future in Medicine, who every year meet in an enclave on the continent, promoting values such as diversity, equality and an open vision of the world through music.
Young people take responsibility for the present and the future, and unite with education and culture as tools for social transformation. With the enthusiasm and commitment deposited in this international meeting, Granada guarantees its success.
The EMSOC was born in 2009 from the union of the European Medical Students' Orchestra and the European Medical Students' Choir. Being part of the European Orchestra and Choir of Medical Students is a unique experience.
Pablo Lara Muñoz, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Malaga:
"This is a magnificent initiative, now in its ninth year, which masterfully represents some of the humanist values that we consider essential in the medical profession, combining culture, solidarity and medicine.
We have also allowed ourselves to present this extraordinary concert as the "II Solidary Gala of Medicine". Indeed, two years ago we celebrated the first one in which students, professors and people who work in the Faculty acted with a charitable purpose. On this occasion, the generosity of these students from all over Europe will make it possible. The University has an obligation to train good professionals and good people; that is why it is so important to foster a vocation of service to others. We are developing in the Faculty a Learning/Service Program that already contemplates international cooperation projects in Honduras, Peru and Palestine, projects in disadvantaged environments of Malaga society, projects among the students themselves or the development of the Hippocratic movement.