Rosario de Cádiz brings Triana to her feet with her concert in the parish of San Jacinto

The crowd that gathered in the atrium of San Jacinto Parish on Thursday evening built anticipation about what was happening inside. Shortly after half past nine, the more lost passers-by discovered the cake, as it could be heard loudly from the street: the band of the Rosario de Cádiz offers a concert on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the canonical coronation of the Virgin of the Star.

There was barely room for a pin in the old Dominican monastery, in the rectory where the Cádiz formation was placed to carry out a total of eleven marches during almost an hour of performance. The power and intonation of his sounds brought the entire audience to their feet, which only left the temple at the end. It is not without reason that Rosario de Cádiz, with 28 years of history behind it, is where it is today one of the most prestigious bands and sought after in the music scene, with four contracts during Holy Week in Seville and presence at events such as the Andalusian Medals or Fitur with the help of the board.

The repertoire included the most identifying works of this band of cornets and drums, including unmissable 'El amor', 'Gitano You are… from Santa María', 'Al compás de tu andar, Despojado' or the well-known 'Eternity', which generated much applause. Some attendees reached such a level of euphoria or admiration that, in addition to recording the marches with their cell phones, they did not hesitate to raise their hands and let out some ole in the last part of the concert.

Marches dedicated to the Star

A concert that had a circular structure, because it started as it ended: with compositions dedicated to brotherhood de la Estrella, with which it has been contractually linked since this year, and whose mysterious passage it will accompany for the first time in 2025 after rain frustrated the expected debut last Palm Sunday.

The band in the middle of their concert at the Triana Temple

Brotherhood of the star

In this way was the first march that sounded 'And You, Star', by the famous Bienvenido Puelles; while the last, already on the program, was 'Triana te corona', composed by Jorge Águila and Isaac Gómez on the eve of the Coronation of the Virgin, whose silver jubilee is commemorated this year, culminating in the month of October with the extraordinary exits from the painful.

Also performed, as it could not be otherwise, was the first march that the Cádiz group dedicated to the Triana brotherhood: 'The prayer', a work by Manuel Jesús Guerrero that was heard last Lent. This premiere took place amid the return of the holders of the Star to their chapel after their Lenten services, just before the entry of the Lord of Sorrows. Now, almost four months later, the new ovation with which the general public responded showed that the promising combination between the great stature of José de Arce and Rosario de Cádiz will be a success.

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