CNDM

Director General of INAEM, Montserrat Iglesias together to Antonio Moral, director National Dissemination Center Musical (CNDM), They presented this morning at a press conference season 18/19 This center. CNDM, organizational unit of the National Institute of Performing Arts and Music (INAEM), proposes for its ninth season an intense and extensive program that maintains its spirit of recovering and disseminating our vast historical heritage and cultured popular music such as flamenco and jazz, incentivize the current membership and attract new audiences to classical music, or those less frequent genres, through the various activities organized autonomously or in collaboration with more than a hundred national and international institutions.

– The CNDM in its ninth season will arrange 293 activities different in Madrid and others 28 Spanish cities from 12 autonomous communities, besides being in 14 foreign cities (a total of 43 different cities). The programming of the 18/19 has 65 Spanish groups (145 national artists) Y 25 foreign groups (97 foreign artists). Of the 241 concerts planned, 98 They will be offered in Madrid and 143 outside of the Spanish capital.

– For the first time, two days are scheduled at the National Auditorium in Madrid with pop (in acoustic) starring, under the name Current Auditorium. And we present a new festival dedicated to Spanish medieval and Renaissance music,Ancient Falencia and collaboration with Contemporary Segovia Conference.

– The international presence grows significantly and will be developed in 14 cities from 11 countries with 18 concerts scattered around Bogotá (Colombia), Trondheim (Norway), Elvas (Portugal), Amsterdam (Holland), Basel (Switzerland), Cracovia (Poland), Hamburg (Germany), Naples, Palermo and Rome (Italy), London and Oxford (United Kingdom), Tel Aviv (Israel) and New York (U.S).
– The figures of artist in Residence, with the Italian violinist Fabio Biondi(Palermo, 1961) and of Resident Composer, with Jesús Rueda (Madrid, 1961).

– It articulates a great cross cycle in the general program dedicated to the outstanding Bilbilitan composer José de Nebra (#Nebra2.5.0, to commemorate the 250 anniversary of his death).

– HE will recover 35 works unpublished Spanish musical heritage and will premiere 49 new scores, 30 commissioned by the CNDM. further, They will be released 332 new scores, of which 164 will be for commissioned by the CNDM.

– Essential artists return in the different musical genres: William Christie, Thomas Hengelbrock, Philippe Herreweghe, Jordi Savall, Harry Christophers, Marc Minkowski, Frank Peter Zimmermann, Elisabeth Leonskaja o Tabea Zimmermann to which new ones join like Madeleine Peyroux, Mariza, Bobby McFerrin o Sabine Meyer.

– The education will again have a capital importance with 52 activities free in 11 Spanish cities and 3 foreign, in coproduction with 16 academic institutions and will organize 55 free admission concerts.

– The CNDM will collaborate in the season 18/19 with 121 public institutions and private entities.

He National Dissemination Center Musical (CNDM), organizational unit of the National Institute of Performing Arts and Music (INAEM), proposes for your ninth season an intense and extensive program that maintains your spirit of recover and spread our vast historical heritage and cultivated popular music such as flamenco and jazz, incentivize current membership and attract new audiences towards classical music, or those less frequent genres, through the various activities organized autonomously or in collaboration with more than a hundred national and international institutions.

The season 2018/19 It is composed of a total of 293 different activities that will take place from the 6 July 2018 al 22 June 2019. The program will take place in Madrid and in other 28 Spanish cities 12 autonomous communities, to which we must add 14 foreign cities with 18 concerts around Bogotá (Colombia), Trondheim (Norway), Elvas (Portugal), Amsterdam (Holland), Basel (Switzerland), Cracovia (Poland), Hamburg (Germany), Naples, Palermo and Rome (Italy), London and Oxford (United Kingdom), Tel Aviv (Israel) and New York (U.S), reaching a total of 43 different cities, with a wide range of concerts, educational sessions, music academies, interpretation courses, master classes and lectures by leading performers and creators. Total, will occur 241 concerts, with music from the 12th to the 21st century, of which 143 will be offered outside the Spanish capital and 55 will be free. The programming has 65 Spanish groups (145 national artists) Y 25 foreign sets (97 foreign artists).

The concerts organized in Madrid spread, again, in 10 cycles and three spaces: the National Music Auditorium, the La Zarzuela Theater and the Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum (Nnchhahris). To the classic cycles Baroque Universe (Symphonic Hall and Chamber Hall), Series 20/21, Borders, Liceo de Cámara XXI, Andalucía Flamenca, Jazz at the Auditorium, Lied and Bach Vermouth, adds Current Auditorium, the center's first foray into pop music (in acoustic) which will be held the weekend of 6 Y 7 of July (Friday and Saturday) and will have three Spanish groups per session, in addition to a DJ who will accompany the refreshment that will be offered every afternoon in the main hall of the Symphonic Hall. It will be a non stop of more than five hours each day with a sample of the most current pop. Among the groups that will meet in this first edition are Xoel López, The Well Dear, Anaut, Shica & Gutman, Nora Norman and Museless, as well as the DJs Víctor Caballeira and Xácome Froupe. To all the aforementioned we must add the eighth edition of the pedagogical and social project "We all create".

In the next season the CNDM increases its collaborations until 121 public institutions and private entities. In Spain will do it to co-produce the XVIcycle Historical Music of Leon (the cycle in the City of León Auditorium next to the City Council that this year grows until the 9 concerts), the four cycles of actual music in Alicante, Badajoz, Malpartida de Cáceres (Vostell Malpartida Museum) YSegovia, both baroque in Oviedo Y Salamanca, in addition to the concerts co-produced by the cathedral councils included in the series The organ in the cathedrals. The cycle Beethoven Actual, which includes the 32 Beethoven's Piano Sonatas with the 18 G piano studies. Ligeti and 9 reruns of Spanish composers, this year it will reach Salamanca, Soria and Badajoz. The stable collaboration with the international music festivals of Cádiz continues, Seville and Úbeda-Baeza, strengthens its alliances with L´Auditori de Barcelona (with the second part of the Schubert Lied cycle, co-produced by Franz Schubert Association of Barcelona) and begins the collaboration with the Church of Santiago de Betanzos (A Coruña) and theProvincial Council of Palencia (festival Ancient Falencia). This Palencia festival was born to promote Spanish medieval and Renaissance music and will take place in its capital and in the neighboring towns that have a collection of organs unmatched in our country.

He international program grows exponentially repeating the collaboration for the fourth year with the Sacred Music Festival of Bogotá (Colombia) and with the neighboring Portuguese city of Elvas Y, for the second year, with the Baroque Music Festival ofTrondheim (Norway). The success of the last two editions of the Europe project: The string quartet in Spain together with the Instituto Cervantes has made the cycle arrive this season at 3 new cities (Hamburg -Germany-, London, United Kingdom- and Krakow -Poland-), and that two more concert series be added with the IC: “Dialogue of old and new sones”Project by Rocío Márquez and Fahmi Alqhai that will be presented in Rome, Naples and Palermo and the "Israel Project" (two dates), as well as a concert within the Holland Flamenco Biennial. To round off the bet outside our borders, three more concerts will be held in Basel (Switzerland), NY (U.S) y Oxford (United Kingdom) until reaching a total of 18 concerts spread over 14 cities.

The current season will maintain the "residences" of the CNDM. Madrid Jesús Rueda(Madrid, 1961) it will be Resident Composer, author who today is in full creative maturity and will present a total of twenty-three works, written between 1991 Y 2019, where three absolute premieres are included. The prestigious Italian violinist Fabio Biondi(Palermo, 1961) it will be ours artist in Residence. Biondi, that has been closely linked to our country for decades, currently resides in Valencia, where he has been musical director of the Palau de Les Arts until this year. Regular musician of the Universo Barroco and Circuitos cycles, will offer four concerts in Madrid and one in Salamanca, leading his Europa Galante orchestra, with singers of the stature of Vivica Genaux, Sonia Prina and Ian Bostridge or the young Spanish pianist Juan Pérez Floristán at the Liceo de Cámara XXI.

José de Nebra (Calatayud, 1702 – Madrid, 1768), will occupy the attention of this year's transversal cycle. Under the denomination #Nebra2.5.0 We will commemorate the two hundred and fifty years since his death, Obligatory recognition of one of our most creative baroque composers, who was organist of the Cathedral of Cuenca, of the Monastery of the Royal Barefoot and the Royal Chapel of Madrid until he became his Vice-Master 1751. This cycle of 17 concerts 8 cities different (Cádiz, Lion, Madrid, Oviedo, Palencia, Salamanca, Segovia and Ubeda) will recover and premiere in modern times several important works, like his second opera Venus and Adonis(1729), in critical edition by Luis Antonio González and a new Mass at eight with violins and two Cantatas al Santísimo, found in the Cathedral of Segovia and recovered by Alicia Lazaro. To this will be added the interpretation of a sample of his rich sacred music (both coral and organ) and a selection of arias and duets from some of his most representative operas and zarzuelas such as Love increases the value (1728), The wind is the joy of love (1743), Bandaged is love, he is not blind (1744) e Iphigenia in Tracia (1747).

The contemporary creation continues to be a fundamental pillar in the CNDM's programming, encouraging the composition of new pages (332 premieres until 2018 of which 164 have been commissioned by the CNDM) and expanding the knowledge of the less traveled repertoire of the last century. This year they will see the light 49 new works, 30 of which will be for commissioned by the CNDM. Among the most important premieres in the coming months are the quartets by Jesús Rueda (Gerhard Quartet), Gabriel Erkoreka (Granados Quartet), Gabriel Loidi (Leonor Quartet) and Antoni Parera Fons (Leipzig Quartet), just like him Quintet for clarinet “Joyce” but Peter Eötvös (Quiroga and Jörg Widmann Quartet). An unusual composition for two string quintets will also be released, Rise of the echoes by Cristóbal Halffter; the play No longer for instrumental ensemble of César Camarero, in co-production with the Pro Helvetia Foundation, and two works dedicated to the memory of Federico García Lorca commissioned from Manuel Martínez Burgos. To this must be added the Sixth sonata for piano by Jesús Rueda, the new pages in co-production with the Casa de Velázquez and the Goethe-Institut de Madrid commissioned from Jorge Fernández Guerra and Hans-Jürgen von Bose respectively, and a new work for trumpet (dedicated to Manuel Blanco), piano and chamber ensemble of the great jazz pianist Pepe Rivero. We cannot forget either the premieres of younger generations such as those that will be part of the XXIX SGAE-CNDM Foundation Young Composers Award.

The tributes will also reach other cycles, like Andalucía Flamenca, which will feature an extraordinary concert in memory of the legendary cantaor José Menese in which a constellation of proper names will shine like Carmen Linares, Rocío Márquez, Aurora Vargas, L'Mkanita, Laura Vital, Pansequito, The Pele, Tomatito, Rafael Riqueni, Antonio Carrión and Jorge Pardo. The second extraordinary concert will unite the great guitar of Dani de Morón to the voices of four singers of different styles: Rocío Márquez, Antonio Reyes, Duquende and Pitingo. This year our flamenco series will also visit voices that will show the wide spectrum of the sensitivity of this genre: those of Esperanza Fernández, Argentina, Mayte Martin, Jesus Mendez, El Pele and David Palomar, Virginia Gámez, Melchora Ortega and Rocío Bazán together with masters of the toque like Manuel Valencia, Miguel Angel Cortes, Jose Quevedo, Seve Child, Rafael Rodriguez, Alfredo Lagos, Andrés Cansino and Alejandro Hurtado.

Jazz at the Auditorium A group of charismatic performers in search of new emotions will meet again in Madrid, summoning the past, present and future of the genre: of the indispensable voices of Madeleine Peyroux Y Bobby McFerrin great pianists like Fred Hersch (In solitary), Danilo perez (con su grupo Children of the Light), Kenny Barron (trio format) to the versatile quintet Moses P. Sánchez, without forgetting the oriental jazz of the double bass player Omer Avital. Outstanding evening will also be the one starring the group Valencia Jazz Top 7, a septet led by the saxophonists Perico Sambeat and Javier Vercher along with other important Valencian jazz firms that will give proof of the good health of national jazz.

The cycle Borders relapses, after receiving Cristina Branco last year, in the Portuguese musical essence with the fado diva Mariza, who will present his new album in the Symphonic Hall of the Auditorium. In the meantime, In the Sala de Cámara the soundtracks of Fellini's films will alternate with a quartet of prominent national soloists who have come together under the name of Fellini Quartet; the restless Javier Limón, that will discover new paths and new voices in the world; Santiago Auserón dressed as Juan Dog you will fall in love again with his total musician mix: rock, jazz, latin and caribbean music; the great flute player and saxophonist Jorge Pardo will bring rhythms from the other shore of the Atlantic; the attractive duo of our most international trumpet Manuel Blanco and the Cuban jazz pianist Pepe Rivero they will invoke the spirits of Piazzolla to Berstein passing through Rimski-Korsakov, parallel trip to that of the popular clarinetistSabine Meyer in communion with him Quintet Alliage with works by Bernstein, Shostakóvich y Stravinski; the pianist Marco Mezquida with guitar Chicuelowill give an account of the inspiration and chemistry that unites them in their second album together and the unique duo created by the countertenor Carlos Mena and the accordionist Iñaki Alberdi to interpret J.S "differently". Bach and Tomás Luis de Victoria.

Successful Organ Programming Will Continue Cycle Bach Vermouth with a new installment of seven concerts that will expand the repertoire and have essential names from the organistic world in Madrid And in the seven spanish cathedrals(Bilbao, Logroño, Murcia, Palma de Mallorca -first visit of the CNDM to the Balearic Islands-, Salamanca, Segovia and Valencia) that make up the third edition of the series The organ in the Cathedrals. This year we will enjoy the tribute to the great lady of the organ in Spain, Montserrat Torrent, by some of his already very famous students, as well as extraordinary improvisers (David Briggs, Olivier Latry YWayne Marshall), the first duo of organ and piano, hand in hand with scott brothers, his compatriot Stephen Tharp (who for various reasons has not been able to be in this musical series before) and the swiss Yves Rechsteiner, author of an extensive literature of transcriptions performed by organists from around the world who will be accompanied by percussionist Henri-Charles Caget.

The cycle Liceo de Cámara XXI maintains excellence in the Chamber Hall with prestigious soloists such as Frank Peter Zimmermann, that will start this season, with pianist Martin Helmchen, the complete Beethoven Sonatas divided into three concertos; the singular violinist Leila Josefowicz, expert in contemporary repertoire; Fabio Biondi, who has invited the young pianist Juan Pérez Floristán to play a duet; the pianist also Andreas Haefliger, junto al Louisiana Boathouse Ensemble, the legendary Russian pianist will return Elisabeth Leonskaja, this time with his newly formed trio; the young pianist, South African fortepianist and harpsichordist Kristian Bezuidenhout and three virtuosos who will unite their geniuses: Tabea Zimmermann, Jean-Guihen Queyras Y Daniel Sepec. How can it be otherwise in a cycle focused on chamber music, we will receive some of the most renowned string quartets in the world such as the Arditti Quartet (with works by Kurtág, Wheel and Ligeti), he Prazak(with the spanish violist Isabel Villanueva), the regular and brilliant Jerusalem Quartet, he Belcea (with pianist Anderszewski); he Quiroga (with Jörg Widmann in a major world premiere of Peter Eötvös), he Chiaroscuro who plays with vintage instruments and the veteran Leipzig Quartet (presenting the last quartet - the ninth- by Cristóbal Halffter after having performed the previous eight in Madrid, the last one commissioned by the CNDM) and the young Quartet Signum who will share the stage with the pianist Judith Jáuregui in this musical meeting between friends.

He Lied, already in its twenty-fifth edition at the Teatro de La Zarzuela, It will continue to have the best voices that cultivate this special genre and have turned Madrid into one of the international reference centers. To celebrate her half century of life the soprano Ainhoa ​​Arteta will premiere the song cycle magical path from Lorenzo Palomo. The German baritone will return Christian Gerhaher, one of the best liederistas today; Low German Franz-Josef Selig, indispensable in current operatic productions; the sought-after Canadian soprano Adrianne Pieczonka, that will delve into a new version of the Winterreise Schubert; the refined and warm Argentine mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink (with an unusual Czech and Spanish-Argentine program) and the bright German soprano Dorotea Röschmann. The powerful Russian mezzo-soprano will participate for the first time Ekaterina Semenchunck, her too mezzo Sarah Connolly, which will finally debut in this series after its cancellation two years ago; the young Austrian baritone André Schuen, a rising stock and the veteran Swiss tenor Michael Schade.

The Education acquires, as in past courses, paramount importance 52 activities diverse distributed throughout eleven Spanish and three foreign cities (Elvas -Portugal-, Bogota Colombia- and Tel Aviv -Israel-) co-produced with four Spanish universities (Oviedo, Lion, Salamanca and Madrid Complutense) five Conservatories of Music In the Iberic Peninsule (Alicante, Badajoz, Madrid, Oviedo and Elvas in Portugal), two secondary schools of the Community of Madrid (who will participate in the eighth edition of Educational project, coordinated by the pedagogue Fernando Palacios and dedicated this year to the mysterious Voynich Manuscript), three festivals (Contemporary Music Vostell Malpartida, Spanish Music from Cádiz and Contemporary Music from Tres Cantos), he Goethe Institute (with the conference "Interactions XXI", dedicated to musical creation in both countries) and theQueen Sofía College of Music. In the University of Salamanca will take place, for sixth year, an intense program of master classes and interpretation workshops, crosscutting, focused on the field of "historically informed" early and baroque music. In the Auditorium of León the VIII Course of Vocal Interpretation Baroque, annually taught by the director, harpsichordist and musicologist Eduardo López Banzo.

The CNDM maintains interest in incentivize and promote the incorporation of new audiences to its different informative and educational programs. This season increases the age of application of discounts for young boys (what happens under the age of 26 years to minor 30) for those who develop a wide range of possibilities, including offers important advantages in acquiring inputs or fertilizers, especially through the program Last minute (a discount 60%, for seats purchased from one hour before the start of the concerts) and stable agreements with numerous schools so that students who actively participate in the courses and cycles co-produced jointly, may attend for free to concerts and other activities programmed by the center in different Spanish cities. They will also benefit from last minute discount theunemployed and the discount of 20% for all students, groups of more than 20 people and over 65 years, increasing to 50% applied to large families. To this interest in promoting music in all its aspects must be added the 52 activities free educational and the 55 free admission concerts.

The subscription renewal for all cycles programmed in the National Music Auditorium, will be available of the 25 May to 5 of July, at the box office of the National Auditorium, www.entradasinaem.es Y 902 22 49 49, and the sale of new season tickets 11 July to 8 of September. The free tickets, if any, for all concerts scheduled in the Symphony hall, except for the extraordinary one in collaboration with Ibermúsica, will be for sale from the 11 of July, with tickets from 5 a 40 euros, while for the cycles of the Chamber Hall can be purchased from 12 of September, with prices from 10 a 20 euros. He XXV Ciclo the Song, programmed into theTeatro de la Zarzuela, keeps your locations 4 a 35 euros, and the Series 20/21programmed in the Reina Sofia Museum will remain with free access until the capacity of the room is complete.