Valencian Community Orchestra opens its season on September 1 in Altea

Valencian Community Orchestra conducted by The New Yorker James Gaffiganwill open its new season in Palau Altea. It will take place on September 1 at 20:00 with a concert featuring the works of the artist from Alicante. Oscar EsplaMozart and Schumann.

Founded in 2006 by its first music director, Lorin Maazel, this orchestra features prestigious musicians and is one of the most important cultural references in the Valencian Ensemble. She takes part in operas scheduled at Les Arts each season, and plays the lead role in an ambitious concert cycle that premieres with a program kicking off at Altea this year. Spanish lyric, Op. 54 of the Oscar Espla and Pedro Salinas and keep going Symphony No.34 in C major, K338 of the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart conclude with Symphony No. 3, E flat major, Op. 97, “Rhenish” of the Robert Schumann.

for this concert special discount for music groups. 50% for members and students of SFA, SRM, EsMuAltea and Conservatory members of Altea, Benidorm, Elda, Oliva, Xàbia and other municipalities. Support card must be presented for the discount to be applied and there will be a maximum of three tickets per member.

Tickets are currently on sale on the Palau Altea website.


from New York, James Gaffigan is appreciated for his musicality and natural conducting style. He stands out internationally as one of the most important American directors on the music scene. He is the music director of Les Arts and Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana and of the Berlin Komische Oper from the 2023-2024 season, as well as the main guest conductor of the Dutch Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and Trondheim Simfoniorkester & Opera. . He is also the musical director of the Verbier Festival Junior Orchestra. His time as chief conductor of the Lucerne Symphony had a significant impact on the profile of the orchestra, boosting tours and recordings, always a great success.

Source: Informacion


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