Today the Symphony welcomes Brass Music to Africa

Today the Symphony welcomes Brass Music to Africa

Today the Symphony welcomes Brass Music to AfricaDennis Barlow

the Symphony Orchestra of the Region of Murcia (OSRM) This afternoon is placed in the hands of the Israeli director Yaron Troupe to submit it in Victor Villegas Auditorium From Murcia a very special (and full of incentives) concert. First of all, the audience will witness the world premiere of Kilimanjaroa work composed for the occasion by an international trombonist Ricardo Mola This will be explained by the brass and percussive sections of the aforementioned formation, but the great attraction of this proposal will come with the second part of the program.

It comes to Kisobuka (“anything is possible”)a work by British composers Jay Parker And Alan Verney, created by order of the symphony orchestras of Castilla y León, Bilbao and the region of Murcia. However, the performance will not only be performed by OSRM musicians, but also by six Ugandan musicians from the association. Copper for Africa, who is touring in Spain. This is a charity whose mission is to promote social justice through music, equipping children and youth in Liberia, Rwanda, and of course Uganda with the musical skills that will allow them to fulfill their potential and gain new opportunities to thrive.

The culmination of this ceremony – which will begin at 8:00 pm – will be the interpretation of an iconic work, Symphony No. 9 to Schubertotherwise known as Fame ‘The biggest one’. Tickets are available at the Auditorio Víctor Villegas box office (tel. 080 968 343) and at at €12 and €20. The ticket also includes access to a past lecture – scheduled for 7:15 p.m. – with some heroes, including Yaron Traub, one of our country’s most celebrated concertmasters (he was Principal Artistic Director of the Valencia Orchestra between 2005 and 2017). The Israeli, who won the Kondrashen International Competition in Amsterdam in 1998, has conducted some of the world’s most prestigious symphony ensembles, including the St. Petersburg Mariinsky Orchestra, Stuttgart Radio, and the Sydney, Melbourne, and Rotterdam Philharmonic orchestras.

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