Thursday, May 19, 2011

Heavenly voices accompanied the Philharmonic in free concert

As part of regular programming offered by the National Society of Music (CNM) at the Sala José Félix Ribas, this Sunday 22 May, there will be a new edition of the series Great Masters of the National Philharmonic Orchestra (NFT), which will solo musician and teacher Alejandro Sarda, with special participation of the group Niños Cantores de Villa de Cura and Luis Morales Bance as a guest.

The day dedicated to the most outstanding musicians of the OFN open with the Concerto in D Major for cello and orchestra of Austrian composer Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), one of the leading representatives of the class period and known as the "father of symphony . Alejandro Sarda, who has been the principal cellist of the OFN continuously for over 20 years, will be the soloist for this work sounds very lyrical and relaxed, despite the great challenge that calls for the performer.

OFN then joins the worldwide tribute to Gustav Mahler (1860-1911), upon completion this month of May 100 years after his death. Austrian composer of Jewish origin where we have selected the Symphony No. 4 in G major, one of the most popular works of the author, due to the richness and depth with which represents the universe of heaven and was first played in a version for children's choir.

Originally the fourth movement of Symphony No. 4 Mahler includes a solo for soprano, that this opportunity will be played by the Boys Choir of Villa de Cura, with lyrics translated from German into Spanish by Luis Morales Bance, recently awarded the National Culture 2008-2010 (line music), who carried the baton of the NFT as a guest.

The entrance to the Grand Masters Series Concert of OFN on Sunday May 22 at 11 am is free. Way N / P

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