ClarinetFest® 2015 will take place in Madrid, Spain, presented by the Asociación para el Estudio y el Desarrollo del Clarinete (ADEC)
ClarinetFest® 2015 will be devoted to the 19th-century Spanish clarinetist Antonio Romero. During 2015 in Spain we will be celebrating the bicentennial of Romero’s birth.
The Spanish Clarinet Association (ADEC), in collaboration with the Madrid City Council, is honored to host ClarinetFest® 2015 (July 22–26) in Madrid, the capital city of Spain. All who come to visit us will share the vitality of one of the most cosmopolitan and active cities in Europe. Madrid, for many centuries a meeting point, offers a great deal of cultural, leisure and entertainment activities to please millions of people who visit it every year. Its modern air harmoniously contrasts with the important old quarters and its cultural traditions. Madrid has a great transportation network which allows our visitors convenient access by road, plane or train, as well as for them to enjoy the best public transportation services in the world for inside journeys. Access by plane to Madrid is also excellent since Madrid's airport is one of the five most important in Europe. There will also be opportunities to visit other artistic old cities. Madrid's geographic location has allowed it to be very well connected with the rest of the country, and the historic cities of Toledo, Avila and Segovia are only about an hour away. Furthermore, through the high-speed train (AVE), the city is connected in a few hours to Barcelona, Zaragoza, Valencia, Cordoba and Seville.