Things to Do in San Jose, Costa Rica: 21st Credomatic Music Festival
Kicking off Saturday, August 13th, the 21st Credomatic Music Festival will bring a wonderful variety of sights and sounds to the streets and theaters of San Jose, Costa Rica. The official opening of the 21 Credomatic Music Festival is this Saturday, beginning with a gala concert hosted at the National Theater by the Camerata Romeu and featuring Cuban string music. The National Theater will also be presenting the Municipal Orchestra of Carthage on Sunday, August 20th. Jessel Murray and Trinidad and Tobago will be featured as guests. The Municipal Orchestra will be playing selections of music by Bach, Vivaldi, Gershwin, and Paganini. If you are stopping in San Jose during your vacation in Costa Rica, this would be the perfect activity to please the music-lover in your life.
All Around Costa Rica, Music Could Be Heard…
In Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica the Gaia Hotel hosted a variety of music on August 6th in honor of the Credomatic Music Festival. 2 violinists from Catalonia, Spain played in the ampitheater at Hotel Villa Caletas, and the Quartet Novus of Korea also played.
Also on August 6th, the Reserva Conchal in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, a musical Quintent called the Pentafonía from
Galicia, Spain played works by Mozart, Albeniz, Prokofiev, Bizet, and traditional Galician music, with assistance from piper Diego Mariño.
There were also performances in held in Quepos, Costa Rica on Sunday August 7th.
Still to Come in San Jose
On Sunday, August 21st at 11am a massive free concert will be held in San Jose at the Parque España. The Carthage Muncipal Orchestra will be playing. There will also be free concerts held at the Antiguo Banco Anglo, Avenida Central, and the Universidad Earth on the 10th , 11th and the 18th of August.