The last three concerts of the cycle Delibes + XXI will take place on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 of March, in the Chamber Hall of Centro Cultural Miguel Delibes. The cycle has also developed in the Museum of Human Evolution, in Burgos, framed in a context of collaboration between the cultural facilities of the Junta de Castilla y León. A) Yes, Delibes + XXI has reached through the MEH Symphony Orchestra of Castilla and Leon, to bring the public some of the works of contemporary repertoire of chamber music, hand formations awarded at the First International Chamber Music Competition of Castilla y Leon.
The third cycle of concerts Delibes + XXI will take place on Saturday 12 at CCMD, and will feature performances of ARUNDOSQuintett, performing works by Ligeti (six bagatelles) Y Nielsen (Wind Quintet), and with him Pyntia Ensemble, which will offer works Bernstein (Piano Trio), Scarlatti (two sonatas) Y Butler (American Rounds). These two formations act the next day, Sunday 13, with the same program, at the Museum of Human Evolution, in Burgos.
ARUNDOSquintett was the winner of the international chamber music competitions 'Antón García April 2014' and '2015 Castilla y Leon'. In May 2015, this group appeared in a live broadcast on Radio as part of WDR3 known as Open Auditions'. With its extensive repertoire, this set of wind has been scucharse in various chamber music events, It is including the Philharmonie Köln series, Radio station WDR (in Cologne), and Beethovenhaus (in Bonn). All members of the quintet act as chamber musicians, and regular solo and with orchestras apari¬ciones.
Meanwhile, the Pyntia Ensemble is a young formation chamber music originated in the vicinity of the Conservatory of Salamanca and early OSCyL 2015. In his first months of life she reached the final at the First International Chamber Music Competition of Castilla y Leon, and the Special Prize for the best group of Castilla y Leon, which he helped launch the group on stage. The personal link between its members and the open character of the group carried Pyntia Ensemble to explore new ways of presenting classical music, playing with the boundaries between classical music and popular music, formality and informality at concerts ... The mixture thus becomes one of his vitals.
El Cadaqués Ensemble Orquesta y Master without hammer
In order to promote and disseminate contemporary music, the Cadaqués Orchestra He created the Cadaqués Orchestra Ensemble ago 25 years, in which this group has premiered works Xavier Montsalvatge, Jesús Rueda, Hèctor Parra, Jesus Torres, Luis de Pablo O Joan Guinjoan, among others. In his recent performances include participation in the last five seasons National Dissemination Center Musical (CNDM) and cycles of contemporary music of the BBVA Foundation (Bilbao), L’Auditori (Barcelona) and the Government of Andalusia in Granada and Seville, under the direction of Vasily Petrenko, Alejandro Posada, Sunday Hindoyan Y Jaime Martin.
In this case, the group will perform on Sunday 13 a program that includes works by Cristobal Halffter (trunks, for solo flute), Claudio Prieto (Rapsodia gitana, for solo guitar), Hèctor Parra (Mineral Life II, Viola single) Y Polo Vallejo (touch, percussion). The second part will be occupied by the famous work Pierre Boulez The master without hammer (The hammer ownerless). This is an emblematic composition of what was later musical vanguard World War II. A milestone not only for its indisputable quality, but also by the ability to astonish even those who do not feel very comfortable with the music that proliferated in the second half of the last century. This work really marked an era, and it was described by Stravinski after its release in 1955 as the 'most significant work of this new era in music'.