The festivities in honor of the patron saint the Virgin of the Rosary, started last Friday with the reading of the proclamation by neighbors Rosa Campoy and Jesús Caparrós, two young people with a great musical career.
With the auditorium of the House of Culture full, before listening to the preachers the public attended the imposition of bands of the ladies of the rocks La Rosarico, La Cebolla, La Barrecha and La Bota.
After a brief presentation explaining the trajectory and curriculum of these two great musicians.
Rosa Campoy delighted the audience with an interpretation of Rhapsody for clarinet only by W. Osborne.
Then, he began his proclamation, referring very excitedly to one of his favorite poets Juan Ramón Jiménez who said "Roots and wings. But let the wings take root and the roots fly" to explain their relationship to the town of Bullas for which he feels A "huge gratitude."
Bullas highlighted his people of great human quality and went back to the generation of his grandparents to praise the values â€‹â€‹with which he grew up.
Of the music, she said that her fondness for her in the municipality is centennial and that today derives from the existence of a consistent and projected basic education, of which she was part of being a teacher at the Municipal School, although she remarked that the professional musical path It is not easy, but he loves "that stony and long road."
He thanked his parents for their support on that path that from being a simple hobby became an exciting profession.
At the end, she and Jesús Caparrós took the stage together to perform a song composed by the bullero titled Samadhi.
Then, it was the turn for Caparrós who, also excited, clarified that his proclamation did not follow any pre-established pattern or norm.
"This year it is up to young people to record that there is a great cultural flourishing in our town," he said.
At another time in his speech, he quoted Julio Cortázar to express that "all peoples are equal even in believing different."
He vindicated culture and artistic creation, in addition to reflecting on our passage through this land "... our consciences are prepared for a total understanding of what this place means that we come so passing through and that we punish so much."
The proclamation was attended by the Minister of Health, Manuel Villegas, as well as the entire Municipal Corporation and also the regional deputies Fernando Moreno and Antonio José Espín.
The Mayor María Dolores Muńoz closed the evening by stating that "once again it is the culture of the development of skills, of effort, of the fight without barracks, which combines generations with others, which we hope will prevail to build a future that increasingly depends on what we do today "wishing all the people of Bullas the best parties.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Bullas