The London Philharmonic Orchestra carries two essential dating Ibermúsica

LA LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

The prestigious and renowned London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO) will offer two concerts next days 9 Y 10 December as part of the 47th season Ibermúsica. Under the baton of its Chief Conductor, Vladimir Jurowski, She praised for its dynamism and challenging artistic commitment, They will address in their first encounter works Cello Concerto in B minor, on. 104, from Dvořák, with cellist Adolfo Gutiérrez Arenas; and the symphony No.. 4 in G Major, from Mahler. While in the second of the proceedings, the program includes LPO Vals Fantasy, from Glinka; Piano Concerto No.. 1 in E minor, on. 11, from Chopin; Y symphony No.. 2, from Chaikovski.

La soprano Sofia Fomina, an artist up from its spectacular debut at Covent Garden in 2012, also will take the stage of the National Auditorium of Music in Madrid during the concert on Friday, 9. Likewise, the young and talented Canadian pianist will play Chopin Jan Lisiecki in the second of dating. Lisiecki caught the attention of the international music scene after the Fryderyk Chopin Institute issue a recording of his performing works of Polish composer when he was 13 Y 14 years.

With the program Piano Concerto No.. 1 in E minor, on. 11, from Chopin Y the symphony No.. 4 in G Major, from Mahler LPO's tour will continue to Valencia (11.12) and Alicante (12.12.).

The LPO will be the performance number 60 with Ibermúsica, while Jurowski is presented for the twentieth time and Adolfo Gutiérrez Arenas for the third time, Sofia Fomina and Jan Lisiecki will debut Ibermúsica.

The 47th season Ibermúsica, in which these two performances fall, started last 24 June with the opening concert of the Vienna Philharmonic. Since then, and until May 2017, Programmed Ibermúsica 25 concerts 12 of the best orchestras in the world. This is the brand that bears nearly half a century bringing the best music to Spain. The institution, founded by Alfonso Aijón, It has evolved in line with the times and has managed to preserve the interest in classical music.
FRIDAY PROGRAM 9
National Music Auditorium, Symphony hall, 22:30 hours
duration 115 minutes

interpreters
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Vladimir Jurowski, conductor
Adolfo Gutierrez, cello
Sofia Fomina, soprano
musical program

Dvořák Cello Concerto in B minor, on. 104
Mahler symphony No.. 4 in G Major
SATURDAY PROGRAM 10
National Music Auditorium, Symphony hall, 22:30 hours
duration 95 minutes
interpreters

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Vladimir Jurowski, conductor
Jan Lisiecki, piano
musical program

Glinka Vals Fantasy
Chopin Piano Concerto No.. 1 in E minor, on. 11
Chaikovski symphony No.. 2
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