On May 30, Pablo Mielgo and the OSIB returned to the stage, being the first orchestra and the first conductor in Spain to do so. With an audience of no more than 150 people, Pablo conducted Iain Farrington’s arrangements of Brahms’ second symphony and three dances by the German composer. The national and international press echoed this news. (El País, Slipped Disc, Diapason …). The Concert took place in the cloister of Pollença, headquarters of its well-known International Music Festival.