Last concert OSRM season 2016/2017
Last concert OSRM (Orchester Symphonique of the Region of Murcia) for this season 2016/2017 finishing end of June.
- El padrino
- Doctor Zhivago
- Lawrence de Arabia
- La gran evasión
- El laberinto del fauno
- La guerra de las galaxias
Do not miss the opportunity to listen, see and appreciate this orchestra that will not fail to surprise you for its quality.
Auditorium of Murcia – 15th June, 2017 – 20:00.
Auditorium EL BATEL of Cartagena – 16th June, 2017 – 20:30.
PRE-CONCERT TALKS At 19:45 in audotorium El BATEL: A talk will be held prior to each concert in which the director, as well as several musicians will comment on details of the works to be performed, curiosities of his conception and composition, anecdotes of the essays, etc. To access it, simply show your entry or credit at the access door.
MAR de MÚSICAS en CARTAGENA – 14 to 23 of July
One more year we will have the opportunity to participate in an extraordinary moment of music, thanks to numerous sponsors and collaborators, lovers of these Latin sounds.
Lot of well known groups and artists, spread all around places of Cartagena, will give us to discover or remember musics from elsewhere.
A great opportunity to enjoy these Latin American sounds in known places of Cartagena but not necessarily well located in the city. Join the music with the discovery of this town.
The program is vast and diverse. We will have artists from diverse backgrounds but with a common love for Latin American music.
The concert JULIAN MARLEY & UPRISING ( Jamaica), son of the legendary Bob Marley reggae, will open the festival in the AUDITORIUM PARK TORRES to 23h Friday, July 15 at 23:00.
Another well known artist, the swedish Anna Ternheim, which is a veritable institution (5 Grammis of the Academy of Music in Sweden), which will offer a unique concert in Spain Saturday, 16 July at 21:30 at Parque de la Artilleria.
And much more, the best is Just have a look clicking on: Program.
Festival Internacional de Guitarras – Murcia – 13th to 15th of June
The “Festival International de Guitarras” will host performances by Philippe Villa, Fabio Montomoli and students of the Pulsed String Department of the Superior Music Conservatory.
The Almudí Palace will host next week a new edition of the International Festival of Guitars. All performances are free access and will be held from 20 hours.
Tuesday, June 13, the students of the Department of “Cuerda Pulsada” of the Superior Conservatory of Music of Murcia will offer a recital.
Wednesday, June 14, Philippe Villa will perform a classical and romantic guitar concert performing works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Giulio Regondi, Mauro Giuliani, Milan Tesar, Francisco Tarrega, Sergei Rudniev and José Luis Merlín.
Considered one of the most brilliant French guitarists of his generation. He is a specialist in the Romantic repertoire and plays both historical and modern instruments. It is based on new experiences such as combining the guitar with traditional instruments, improvisations or chamber music.
Thursday, June 15, with the performance of the Italian Fabio Montomoli who will perform with his classical guitar pieces by Mauro Giuliani, Fabio Montomoli and Francesco Iannitti.
Recognized by critics as a great interpreter of the international scene. Its sound is considered among the most beautiful, endowed with power, penetration and a vast timbre variety …
“With this festival we seek to give prominence and serve as a platform for the dissemination of this instrument, in a land of figures such as Santiago De Murcia or Narciso Yepes.The program combines the new talents of the Conservatory with renowned figures from the international scene” .
The Almudí Palace is a historical building located in the city of Murcia ( Region of Murcia , Spain ), specifically in the Plan of San Francisco, built at the beginning of the XVII century , in origin was municipal wheat, then barracks of caballerias in the Century XIX and Palace of Justice from 1886 , dedicating itself to exhibition hall and municipal archive after the restoration that lived at the end of Century XX. (wikipedia full page).
The text of this page has been traduced from the page of the “Consejalia de Cultura de Murcia”.
Cycle tours ‘Moon Bike’
The Department of Culture of Murcia informs us of these particular “Cycle tours under the moon”.
Translated text of the page: https://goo.gl/vChL13 of the Department of Culture of Murcia.
‘Moon Bike’ offers ten free guided tours from February 11
The distance will vary between 10 and 15 kilometers, being easy routes within reach of anyone.
In addition, participants who need small adjustments on their bikes will have help to solve them one hour before the start of the activity. It is also possible for those who do not have a bicycle, but want to participate, request a municipal bicycle on 968 200 293, notifying them two days in advance.
|February||11||19:00||Via amable 1, Murcia-Alcantarilla|
|April||8||20:30||Churra: the new and the old|
|July||8||20:30||Meanders and corners|
|December||2||19:30||Jardines de Murcia|
Start date: 01/02/2017 – End date: 02/12/2017
Place Departure: Glorieta de España
Start Time: 7:00 p.m. – End Time: 9:30 p.m. – Web
International Festival Music/Dance – GRANADA – 23 June to 14 July
GRANADA – the International Festival of Music and Dance has its origins in 1883 during the celebrations of Corpus Christi and then again in the 19th century.
Another performance was presented as the “Cante Jondo Competition” organized in 1922.
This festival was organised by García Lorca, Falla and other intellectuals and artists such as Andrés Segovia, Fernando de los Ríos, Zuloaga, Manuel Ángeles Ortiz, Turina and Rusiñol.
The Festival was organized in 1952 as the “First Spanish music and dance festival”.
Finally in 1953, the Festival was held as the International Festival of Music and Dance of Granada, name preserved to this day.
As susual le festival will be help in various sites such as:
- Carmen des Martires
- Corral del Carbon
- The San Jeronimo Monastry
- Centro Federico Garcia lorca
- The Generalife Theatre
- The Manuel de Falla Auditorium
- Hospital Real (Patio de los Marmoles)
- The Palace of Charles V
- Theatro Alhambra
In addition to disfrutar of dance pieces and music is also a good oportunity to know the Granada history sites
Bonfires of San Juan in Alicante
The “Fogueres Sant Joan” (Bonfires of San Juan) is a festival that takes place every year from 19 to 29 June in Alicante, they have been declared of international tourist interest.
During the feasts, various acts are included as traditional “mascletàs” (loud and rhythmic pyrotechnics), the “plant”, the parade of Ninot, shows for the street parades, the offering of flowers to the Virgen del Remedio and the “cremation”.
- About a week before the 20th of the “input bands” is performed
- On June 19, they give initiated the festivities and at 12 pm takes place “plantà
- The 21st and 22nd offering of flowers to the Virgen del Remedio, Saint Patron of Alicante, and the flowers are placed on a catafalque in the Plaza de Abad Penalva, where the Cathedral of St. Nicholas is located.
- On June 23 the “International Folklore Parade”, a colorful parade with floats, dance groups, bands and dancers from various countries of the world is made.
- June 24 is the day of the “bonfire”, at 12 pm is launched from the top of Mount Benacantil a monumental palm tree, which is the simultaneous download of hundreds of rockets white light. So start is given to the bonfire, it ie burning fires elderly and children.
- June 25 to 29, INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION OF FIREWORKS – Beach of the Postiguet.
More on the program, click here
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Chamber Orchestra – New Hamburg Philharmonic
June 4th, 2017 – 21:00 h in the Auditorium EL BATEL de Cartagena
The Chamber Orchestra – New Hamburg Philharmonic was founded in 2003 by freelance professional musicians from around the world.
From that moment, the orchestra got a prominent place in the musical landscape of the north of Germany.
This dynamic grouping has a variable chamber orchestra cast that can span even a symphony orchestra with choir.
The main nucleus remains the chamber orchestra, which has remained constant since its inception, establishing itself as a musical ensemble of outstanding trajectory.
The musical direction for “The four seasons” of Vivaldi is in charge of the concertino Tigran Mikaelyan and has as a soloist the musician Vladik Otaryan.
Antonio Vivaldi / Las cuatro estaciones
Johann Sebastian Bach / Aria para la cuerda de sol, suite orquestal No. 3 en re-mayor
Joseph Haydn / Serenata para instrumentos de cuerda, Op. 3 No. 5
Antonín Dvořák / Humoresque
Komitas / Miniaturas armenias
Johannes Brahms / Danzas húngaras
OSRMurcia-Symphony Orquestra – 15/06/2017
OSRMurcia – ORQUESTA SINFÓNICA DE LA REGIÓN DE MURCIA
VIRGINIA MARTÍNEZ directora
Bandas sonoras: El padrino, Doctor Zhivago, Lawrence de Arabia,
La gran evasión, El laberinto del fauno, Alatriste
La guerra de las galaxias, Gladiator…
Relive the well known Soundtracks, TV series, advertisement, etc.
VIRGINIA MARTÍNEZ – Director and artistic director of the Symphonic Orchestra of the Region of Murcia (OSRM) began her career as director very early at the age of thirteen, taking over the position of the Molina de Segura Municipal Children’s Choirs.
Studied orchestral conducting in Vienna in 2003 where she won the “Matricula de honor con special mention”. After orchestra conducting during a tour in the United States becomes holder of the Youth Orchestra of Murcia Region and since 2012 is head of the OSRM.
The OSRMurcia – will be in el Auditorium El BATEl the 16 of June with the same program.
OSRMurcia-Symphony Orquestra – Beethoven – 18/05/2017
OSRMurcia-Symphony Orquestra – Beethoven – Berg and Schubert – Auditorium Murcia
BIRGIT KOLAR violín
GEORG MARK director
Schubert – Rosamunda (obertura)
Berg – Concierto para violín, “A la memoria de un ángel”
Beethoven – Sinfonía nº 7
BIRGIT KOLAR – violin – she was born in 1970 in Waidhofen / Ybbs (Austria) where, at the age of six, he began to study the violin at the local music school. From 1982 he studied at the Vienna University of Music with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Rainer Küchl and his assistant Jela Spitkova. He continued his studies with Wolfgang Schneiderhan in Lucerne, Robert Masters in London and Josef Luitz in Vienna.
In 1992 she was a finalist and winner of the Yehudi Menuhin International Competition, where she gave a concert under the leadership of Lord Menuhin. He has performed as a soloist at several festivals in Europe, Japan and South America. more…
GEORG MARK – Director –Salzburg native Georg Mark studied conducting and violin at the Vienna Conservatory; he also pursued studies in musicology, philosophy and psychology at the University of Vienna. more….