Sinfonia for strings in C major (approx. 5′)
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 BWV 1050, flute, violin, and harpsichord soloists
Double concerto for oboe and violin BWV 1060 in D minor
Concerto for flute and strings in D major Rv 433, op. 10 No. 1
Concerto for oboe and strings in A minor, Rv 461
Venetian Vivaldi is one of the greatest Baroque composers. A prolific creator, he composed around 770 works, which include approximately 400 concertos and nearly 50 operas. In addition to his own personal contribution, Vivaldi is also known for his profound influence on Germany’s Bach, whose work is considered the height of Baroque music. In this concert, these two geniuses “face off” so we can enjoy their work and see how their interactions have benefited music.
María José Muñoz. Flute and Piccolo
Ana María Ruiz. Oboe
Anne Marie North. Violin
Alexandra Krivoborodov. Violin
Gladys Silot. Violin
Blanca Esteban. Viola
Nuria Majuelo. Cello
Susana Rivero. Counter-bass
Karla Martínez. Harpsichord
Georg Philipp Telemann
– Don Quijote
Divertimento No. 5 op 8 in D major
Impromptu op 5 for string orchestra
String serenade Op. 48
The ORCAM Foundation string orchestra is performing a diverse, appealing programme. It includes pieces that range from Baroque music, represented by German composer G. P. Telemann, to the romanticism of Russia’s Tchaikovsky or Finland’s Sibelius, along with the 18th century’s Galant style, thanks to the divertimento composed by the Italian Boccherini.
Violins I: Maceo Reynaldo, Gladis Silot, Felipe Manuel, Alexandra Krivoborodov
Violins II: Osmay Torres, Robin Banerjee, Magaly Baro
Viola: Jose Antonio Martínez, Sandra García
Violoncello: Stamen Nikolov
Counter-bass: Susana Rivero
Una mujer madrileña, from Me llaman la presumida.
Yo soy Lucinda, from Tres días para quererte.
Piropo madrileño, from María Manuela.
Habanera,from La cuarta de Apolo.
Caleseras, from La Calesera.
Las mujeres españolas, from María Manuela.
Claveles granadinos, from Veinticuatro horas mintiendo.
Pasacalle de los chisperos, from La Calesera.
Soy la chula madrileña, from La chula de Pontevedra.
Serenata, from Coplas de Ronda.
Palabritas de cariño, from Tres días para quererte.
Pasodoble, from La Zapaterita.
Soutullo and J. Vert
Pasacalle de las mantillas, from El último romántico.
Pasacalle, from de La chulapona.
With mythical zarzuela composers such as Francisco Alonso, Federico Moreno Torroba, and Pablo Luna, this concert brings together a series of emblematic pieces that shine a special spotlight on women. These works provide spectators with the opportunity to see the broad range of female roles in popular music during the first half of the 20th century, with beloved characters like the chulapa.
María Jesús Prieto, Victoria Marchante. Sopranos
Isabel Egea, Julieta NAvarro. Mezzo-sopranos
Igor Peral, César Arrieta Tenores Fabio Barrutia, David Rubiera. Basses
Javier Carmena. Piano
Irish songs WoO 152. Selection
Along the field. Selection
Gestillte Sehnsucht de Zwei Gesänge
C. Saint Saëns
Violons dans le soir
Songs newly seen in the dusk. Selection
Du bist der Garten
Music when soft voices die
M. de Falla
Seven popular Spanish songs.
The poetic ambience of Saint Saëns’ song, where the violin strings and bows meld with the singing of nature and expression of the voice, is the epigraph to this concert that explores conjunction of voice with string instruments. The two female singers, along with the violin, the violoncello, and the piano in multiple different combinations, create sound atmospheres through poetic texts set to music by renowned composers like Beethoven, Brahms, Berlioz, Saint Saëns, and Falla. At the same time, we discover other jewels from lesser-played authors, such as Vaughan Williams, Frank Bridge, Bohuslav Martinu, and others lesser-known, such as Joseph Marx, Ronaldo Miranda, and composer Vally Weigl.
Paz Martínez . Contralto
Joana Thomé. Mezzo-soprano
Victor Arriola. Violin
Rafael Domínguez. Violoncello
Juan Carlos Cornelles. Piano
Trio for piano in D minor, Op. 11
Trio for piano in G minor, Op. 17
Concerto that showcases the talent and inspiration of women composers of German Romanticism, with the inclusion of two essential trios from the catalogue of works by composers Fanny Mendelssohn (Hamburg, 1805 – Berlin, 1847) and Clara Wieck Schumann (Leipzig, 1819 – Frankfurt, 1896).
Ema Alexeeva. Violin
Nuria Majuelo. Violoncello
Karina Azizova. Piano
25 Sep 2022 at 19:00 h.
€ 4 donation. The entire proceeds will go to the “Friends Forever” program of the Soñar Despierto Foundation.
Auditorium. Mateo Inurria 2
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