True to its commitment to the Czech musical tradition, the Bamberg Symphony It is designed for concert at the 48Season Ibermúsica a program that includes works by two of the most representative composers of the central European country: Cream Y Dvořák. The next 11 November 2017 la agrupación alemana abordará Vltava, uno de los poemas sinfónicos incluidos en Má Vlast (My country), by Smetana; Y symphony No.. 9 "From the New World", de Dvorak, His best known work, compuesta durante la estancia del músico en Estados Unidos en el año 1893. Completa el programa el Violin Concerto, Finnish composer Sibelius's, coetáneo the Czech teachers.

La Sinfónica de Bamberg estará dirigida por su director titular desde 2016, Jakub Hrůša, and will feature violinist Viktoria Mullova the. Founded by German and Czech musicians seven decades ago, especially in his repertoire include compositions of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This time, abordarán en concierto parte de My country, one of the works he has staged his latest album. La actuación de la Sinfónica de Bamberg supone la primera visita de una agrupación alemana a la actual temporada de Ibermúsica, It has designed a cycle with a significant representation of orchestras in this country.

The concert of this group in the cycle founded by Alfonso Aijón part of his Spanish tour, que les llevará también a San Sebastián (9 of November, Kursaal auditorium); Barcelona (10 of November, Palace of Catalan Music), where the cyclone season opens BCN Classics; and Valencia (12 of November, Palau de la Música).

With this concert Ibermúsica continues its most ambitious season of the last decade. Between October 2017, and up 7 June 2018, the cycle will visit some of the best orchestras in the world (Berlin Philharmonic, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, la London Symphony Orchestra o la Gewandhausorchester Leipzig), directors and artists such as Daniel Barenboim, Sir Simon Rattle, Evgeny Kissin, Juan Diego Florez, Labèque the sisters Katia and Marielle, Gianandrea Noseda, Maria João Pires, Vladimir Jurowski o Sir John Eliot Gardiner.

National Music Auditorium, Symphony hall, 19:30 hours
duration 105 minutes

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra
to you. Headline: Jakub Hrůša
Soloist: Viktoria Mullova

musical program
Cream Vltava (de Má Vlast)
Violin Concerto
Dvořák symphony No.. 9 “New World”

Vladimir Ashkenazy

The legendary pianist and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy returns after 20 years to Great cycle Interpreters of the Fundación Scherzo with a repertoire that has led him to stages around the world with his son, the pianist also vovka Ashkenazy. The program for two pianos, compositions comprising Schubert, Cream, Ravel Y Rachmaninov, You will be heard next Monday 5 of June, at National Music Auditorium in Madrid. It will be the first time the audience Great Performers can enjoy a joint recital of Vladimir, which had not visited the cycle from 1996 – y Vovka Ashkenazy.

Vladimir Ashkenazy is one of the few artists who has been able to combine a successful career as a pianist and conductor. Since the fifties, when he began to excel in international competitions, It has built an extraordinary career that has established him as one of the most outstanding pianists of the twentieth century and artists whose creative life continues to inspire music lovers around the world.

The task of leadership has occupied a large part of Ashkenazy's career over the last 30 years. It maintains a longstanding relationship with the Philharmonia Orchestra, así como with the NHK Symphony Orchestra and the Italian Swiss. He has developed landmark projects such as Prokofiev y Shostakovich under Stalin Y Rachmaninoff revisited. During 15 years was Music Director of the European Union Youth Orchestra and has also held various positions in the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Czech Philharmonic. It has an exquisite catalog of studio recordings, in which the winner of a Grammy Award CD stands Preludes and Fugues, Shostakovich, Y Ashkenazy: 50 Years on Decca, a box of fifty albums celebrating his long relationship with the label. Beyond its schedule of performances, Vladimir Ashkenazy has been involved in many television projects guided by its desire to ensure a platform in the mainstream media to classical music.

As for Vovka Ashkenazy, She debuted at the Barbican Center, London, in 1983 junto a la London Symphony Orchestra/ Richard Hickox. Since then, his career has taken him across Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and the Americas. He has performed with major British orchestras, as well as such prominent groups as Los Angeles Philharmonic, Australian Chamber, Berlin Symphony, Berne Symphony o la Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich.

Vovka Ashkenazy has very active as a chamber musician and has recorded an album of Italian music for clarinet and piano with his brother, Dimitri Ashkenazy clarinetist. It also has four hands recordings with his father. Parallel to his concerts, Vovka Ashkenazy also devotes time to teaching and offers master classes in many countries. He is Honorary Artistic Advisor Guangzhou Opera House and Artistic Director of the International Piano Competition Rina Sala Gallo.


National Music Auditorium, 19:30 hours
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  1. SCHUBERT The Hungarian Divertimento , op.54
  2. CREAM Vltava (El Moldava)
  3. RAVEL Spanish Rhapsody for two pianos
  4. RACHMANINOV Suite No.1, op.5 (Fantaisie-Tableaux para dos pianos)