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Literature and music quality will be merged into the mine groups vicenta (13/06/2014)

Among the events marking the 50th anniversary of Cope in the Region of Murcia, this radio station La Union has chosen to host one of their upcoming events.

On Tuesday June 17, at 20:00 pm, will be a meeting between Maria Duenas and Álvaro Urquijo in a show called "Acoustic Books".

It will be an opportunity to listen closely to María Dueñas, one of the most recognized authors of contemporary literature, alongside Álvaro Urquijo undoubtedly the voice of many of the most important songs of the Spanish music scene in the past 20 years through Secrets of the group.

In addition, the charm of this initiative is beyond literature or music and it lies in the place where the meeting took place.

The Mina Group Vicenta is, in itself, a major player in this event.

Its dimensions limited space and capacity, but also endow it with a special and unique charm.

Only a few will enjoy the combination of the letters of María Dueñas, musical notes Álvaro Urquijo and charm of light and shadows of the Mina Group Vicenta in the Mining Park of La Union.

The event will be presented by renowned journalist Oche Cortés, it was Cope Regional Director for over ten years.

The City of La Union has, thanks to Cope, a total of 70 invitations to hand out for free among the residents of the municipality who wish to attend the show.

Interested parties may collect, in strict order of arrival and a maximum of two tickets per person, starting next Monday, June 16, from 9:00 am, in the Municipal Tourism Office located at the ground floor of Pinion House.

It will be essential for the delivery of invitations that applicants for the original exhibit your ID in order to prove their residence in La Union.

Source: Ayuntamiento de La Unión

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