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'Spanish Brass (a) LIVE', Premio Carles Santos 2021

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El proyecto discográfico ha recibido la distinción al mejor disco de música clásica/contemporánea otorgado por el Institut Valencià de Cultura.
Reino Unido
04/05/2015

Pappano puts the orchestra centre stage

Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.Ravel: Une barque sur L'océan;Alborada del gracioso, from Miroirs.Chausson: Poème de l’amour et de la mer.Bernstein: Fancy Free.Scriabin: Le poème de l’extase.Anna Caterina Antonacci, soprano.

Comienza el Encuentro de Música y Academia 2013

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La Camerata E.ON del Encuentro, con su concertino-director, Zorik Tatevosyan, fue la encargada de iniciar el Encuentro de Música y Academia 2013 con una gira por El Escorial, Santander y Torrelavega en que se interpretaron obras muy conocidas por el público: Las cuatro estaciones de Vivaldi y la Serenata para orquesta de cuerda de Chaikovski.

La Dolores

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Tomás Bretón y Hernández (Salamanca, 1850-Madrid, 1923) was one of the great revitalising forces of Spanish music during the period of the Restauration.He composed in a wide variety of genres, including opera, zarzuela, symphonic and chamber music.

Cádiz

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Federico Chueca y Robles, Madrid, 5-V-1846;Madrid, 20-VI-1908, is one of the most important composers of theatrical music of the nineteenth century and a central figure of the Género Chico.Considered by many as the most Madrilenian of all zarzuela composers, his work was influenced by Barbieri, who always considered him as his heir, and a Madrid whose soul he captured like no other composer.

La Tempranica

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Gerónimo Giménez Bellido, Seville, 10-X-1854;Madrid, 19-II-1923, was a composer with a thorough musical training, which brought him tremendous success in the world of zarzuela.The extraordinary popularity of his sainete El baile de Luis Alonso o El mundo comedia es (1897), paved the way for a second part La boda de Luis Alonso o la noche del encierro (1897), which surpassed the former in quality and public acclaim.

Culture in Spain is developing faster than other countries.

They call him the 'human orchestra' because he plays the cello, the saxophone, the guitar, the keyboards, the clarinet and the flute.William Gibbs has been Artistic Director of the television program Lo más plus on Canal Plus in Spain since 1997 and news broadcaster for the Sunday morning news program, Sin Fronteras on Telemadrid for the past year and a half.
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