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Culturally Crevillent noted for its musical and artistic manifestations and its museums.

This town has numerous musical groups, highlighting the Societat Unió Musical, whose history goes back to 1860; among his awards highlights medal of the town granted in 1990 for its many successes. Within it there is a music school dedicated to keeping alive the flame of music among young people.

The musical tradition complete with choral singing, whose songs are already attested in the 1891. At present there are in our town nine choirs, whose performances take place throughout the Spanish geography: Coral Crevillentina, Grupo Cantores Imperial, Coro Amistad, Coro Rabinos, Coro Ruiz Gasch, Coro Virgen de la Esperanza, Orfeón Voces Crevillentinas, Coro de la tercera edad and Coro de mayores Centro Parc Nou.

In addition Crevillent is knowed for being the birthplace of great lyrical voices that have reached an international recognition and prestige with figures such as José Antonio Sempere and Antonio Gandia.

We would like to highlight the newly opened museum Mariano Benlliure, an artist of universal prestige, splendid representative of the Mediterranean sensibility and, undoubtedly, the referent of the Valencian sculpture.

It also remarkable the Municipal Archaeological Museum located in the municipal home park, neoclassical building designed by architect Juan Vidal Ramos, built in 1927.
Besides the aforementioned building houses on the ground floor of the laboratory of the famous local scientist physician Dr. Mas Magro (1879-1953), considered one of the fathers of hematology became proposed for the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discoveries in that specialty.

Julio Quesada Museum, created by Cooperativa Eléctrica Benéfica “San Francisco de Asís” at its headquarters in the street Corazón de Jesús, nº17, collects a set of 110 works of this international watercolorist, adopted son of Crevillent.

The Semana Santa Museum and Julio Quesada Museum are part of the network museum of Valencian Community, next to the parroquia Nuestra. Sra. de Belén.
It is a modern building designed by architects Enrique Manchón Ruiz and José Antonio Maciá Ruiz managed by the Federation of Cofradías and Hermandades de Semana Santa. This local celebration has, since 2011, the recognition of Tourist Interest International. There remain exposed 24 of the 32 sculptures of the Holy Week parade of Crevillent.

Other cultural infrastructure of the population are the Municipal Library “Enric Valor” housed in the former public utility that dates back to 1926 and the Municipal House of Culture” José Candela Lledó “, opened in 1997, with acts multipurpose rooms and a large roofed auditorium for performances outdoors with capacity for over 1000 people.

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