“Diacronías”: 17º Music Festival Tres Cantos

Music Festival Tres Cantos
The Music Festival Tres Cantos he presented last Wednesday 29 March an advance scheduling its seventeenth edition, within the modernist building Palacio de Longoria (SGAE). The event featured the intervention of Jesus Moreno, Mayor of Tres Cantos, Alfonso Carraté, current director of the Festival, Y David del Puerto, artistic adviser.
Under the motto "Diacronías”, the renowned and popular festival of the Madrid municipality of Tres Cantos, to be held 1 al 28 October, at Municipal Theater and Auditorium of the "Adolfo Suárez" Cultural Center, begins a new era under the direction of Alfonso Carraté, with an interesting and eclectic program, committed to newly created music and suitable for all audiences, well the The fundamental objective of the Festival is to promote the music of our time among the general public. A) Yes, along its seven concerts will be performed works of more than 40 Spanish composers of the 20th and 21st centuries, four commissioned works, six absolute premieres Y a version premiere; Besides, there will be themed weekends, didactic presentations and a Composition course, in collaboration with the National Broadcasting Music Center (CNDM). Spanish music will have a special role in this year's edition, in which he surrenders homage to Tomás Marco, in its 75 anniversary, through a concert by the specialist Mario Prisuelos, in which a new CD by the pianist dedicated to the Madrid composer will be presented. The Festival closes with the celebration of Centenario de Leonard Berstein and the performance of a version for two pianos of West Side Story, in charge of Iberian & piano, thanks to the collaboration of Hinves Pianos. For the occasion, there will be a performance by the choreographer and dancer Amaury Lebrún.
The new edition of the Tres Cantos Music Festival incorporates outstanding news to offer an attractive proposal for all types of spectators, as highlighted in the presentation by its current director, Alfonso Carraté: “We want to talk about music through the ages, and not just contemporary music as a ghetto closed waterproof and that does not rub shoulders with the rest of the music from which he has drunk on many occasions and to which he is serving as a reference. For this reason, in this edition, the music of the 20th and 21st centuries, will share the program with works from the classical repertoire, and will make up the 70 % of the works to be performed ".
The opening concert of the 17th Tres Cantos Music Festival will be titled Family film music, with which the Festival will open to one of the styles closest to the public in newly created music. And he will do it hand in hand with Pascual Osa, leading the Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir, well known for her television appearances on the program "El Conciertazo" by Fernando Argenta. further, in this new edition, the Tres Cantos Music Festival will open to other artistic disciplines such as dance, the poetry, and the theater. There will also be a decided commitment to young promises, with a concert by the very young Pablo de la Fuente, Saxophonist winner of the Best Contemporary Music Performer Award at the 15th National Interpretation Contest «Intercentros Melómano» and the commissioning of a work to the young composer Pablo Díaz.
Outstanding artists of the musical panorama of our country as Pablo GarciaLópez, Aurelio Viribay, mario Prisuelos, Sebastián Mariné, Daniel del Pino, Bartomeu Jaume, the piano duo Iberian & Klavier and the equal voices choir VokalArs, directed by Nuria Fernández, will be the protagonists of this new edition.
The composers of the works commissioned by the 17th Tres Cantos Music Festival, belonging to different generations and aesthetics, will be: Ramón Paús, Jorge Fernández Guerra, Mercedes Zavala, Pablo Diaz, Hermes Luaces, Jesús Torres and Eduardo Soutullo.
As part of the Days of collaboration with the National Center of National Broadcasting (CNDM), that are held during the Festival, the fourth composition course will take place, which on this occasion will be taught by the Galician pedagogue and composer Eduardo Soutullo. The master-classes will be completed with a round table about the music of our days, moderated by David del Puerto (National Music Award, 2005).
The schedule of the 17th Tres Cantos Music Festival can be consulted on the festival's website: