Notes & Accords

Multisensory benefit concert

Thrusday 17 october 2019 at 20:00
Romea Theatre, Murcia (Spain)


Perfumery and music have a lot in common. When composing a fragrance, as in a symphony, the perfumer tells us a story, using infinite combinations of raw materials, until achieving a perfect “olfactory” melody. Both music and fragrances make us live emotions and even sometimes awake forgotten memories.

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility Plan, the Iberchem Group is committed to carry out concrete actions to support the development of art and culture. Through this collaboration with the Symphony Orchestra of the Region of Murcia (OSRM), the Iberchem Group is pleased to promote the cultural asset that is classical music and contribute to its general diffusion among the population.

All proceeds from this event will be donated to SOS Children’s Villages to support their mission to help children in vulnerable situations all over the world.




All proceeds from the event will be donated to SOS Children’s Village



The concert

Notes & Accords is a unique multisensory experience to be performed at the Romea Theater of Murcia.
The concert is presented in collaboration with the OSRM, under the direction of Virginia Martínez. The audience will be taken on a musical journey with songs representing the different countries where the Iberchem Group operates.


The venue

With more than 150 years of history, Teatro Romea is one of the most important cultural venues in the city of Murcia. Located in the very heart of the old town, the building was erected in the second half of the 19th century, at a time when a theatrical revolution was taking place in the main cities across Spain, in order to host plays and performances with a long tradition in the region’s capital.



About SOS Children´s Villages…

At SOS Children’s Villages we are committed to the welfare of children – often throughout the whole of their childhood – and to strengthening families and communities as a preventive measure in the fight against abandonment and social neglect.