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The Santa María Cathedral will host a concert by Kúrtulus, a fusion of jazz, blues and ethnic music with a flamenco baseline

2009/07/02 The recital is free of charge and the invitations can be collected at the Visitor Reception Centre

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A delegation of stone masonry restoration experts holds a work meeting at the Santa María Cathedral

19/06/2009 Part of the Spanish Group of the International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.

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Tomorrow the Ebony clarinet quartet shall offer a new concert under the portico of the Santa María Cathedral

The concert will be held at 20:00 pm and entrance is free of charge, though prior collection of an invitation is required.

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The Santa María Cathedral Foundation organises summer workshops so that children can learn about art, history and architecture through crafts workshops

Each turn will last a week, from 10:00am to 13:00pm. Aimed at children 8-11 years old, they will take place during the month of July

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This week the Santa María Cathedral hosts the concerts by pupils of the Luis Aramburu School and the Lautada Choir

Both are free of charge and invitations can be collected at the Visitor Reception Centre

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The free visits to the polychromes in Santa Maria Cathedral extended until June 10

Yesterday, Monday, the close to 1,500 reservations initially available until June 5 ran out

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The comic Raíces de Piedra, or Stone Roots, presented at Santa Maria Cathedral

It is the first in a series of four issues that will review the history of the Cathedral in Vitoria.

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Colour returns to the portico of Santa Maria Cathedral

A light show, fruit of exhaustive research, will illustrate the evolution of the sixteenth-century polychromes in the Paternina Chapel

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David Soler and Quinteto Denga to fill Santa María Cathedral with jazz, rock and contemporary classical music

The concert will take place on 8:00 p.m. and is free of charge, although tickets must be collected in advance.

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‘Open for concerts’ is back to the Santa María Cathedral on Saturday with a performance by musician from Vitoria-Gasteiz Daniel Oyarzabal

He will interpret, with a two-manual German harpsichord, the `Goldberg Variations`, Johann Sebastian Bach´s most well-known and successful keyboard piece.