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The V Festival Internacional de Música - Comfamiliar Risaralda arrives




More than 100 young musicians from different parts of the country and internationally renowned teachers will participate in this new edition of the FIM Comfamiliar Risaralda. A festival composed of a repertoire of works by Mozart, Beethoven, Shostakovich, Mahler, among others.

As has been tradition since its origin in 2019, the V edition of the Risaralda International Comfamiliar Music Festival arrives, which will take place from December 10 to 22 in the city of Pereira.

For ten days, attendees will be able to enjoy a variety of chamber music concerts, symphonic concerts and a Christmas musical, where theater, dance and music merge in an unforgettable show with more than 120 artists on stage.

In the same way and as has been customary, the . the young participants and inspire the populations around them.

On this occasion, thanks to the involvement of regional and national companies and entities such as the Government of Risaralda, the Mayor's Office of Pereira, the Austrian Embassy in Colombia and Musical Cedar, it was possible to assign 100% scholarships to all participants of This version, which has the Coffee Philharmonic Orchestra as resident orchestra, delegations from the Bolívar-Davivienda Foundation and its Young Philharmonic of Colombia project, the Ibero-American Philharmonic Academy “Iberacademy” and guests from the Tolima Conservatory and Rubato Foundation.


About the guests

Among the teachers and workshop leaders invited to the V edition of the Festival is the Colombian director David Ricardo Salazar, who has completed his studies and musical career in Austria; Alexander Steinberger, current vice president of the Vienna Philharmonic and board member of the Gustav Mahler Society, Eduardo Gomes, violinist and pedagogue; Emanuel Dantscher, German conductor and clarinetist, Yudy Bonilla oboist and teacher at the Francisco José de Caldas ASAB District University 



Find out the programming here

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