Chamber music talent
March, 8 p.m.
- Hall: Sala Manuel García
Enjoy young talent performing chamber music
The series which the Maestranza, in collaboration with Juventudes Musicales of Sevilla, that backs rising artists from Andalusian and other parts of Spain, presents four concerts this season in the Sala Manuel García of the theatre.
Globo Ensemble is a woodwind quintet - flute, oboe, French horn, bassoon and clarinet - made up of five women who came together at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía of Madrid. The fine line which separates sacred and secular musical expression delineates their programme with with works by Mozart, Schellenberger, Tomasi, Turina, and Nielsen.
All the programming in the Sala Manuel García is made possible thanks to the support of the Fundación Banco Sabadell.
- Flute: Gala Kossakowski Baladrón
- Oboe: Inmaculada Veses Gil
- Horn: Jessica María Rueda Vásquez
- Bassoon: Andrea Rosario Pérez Pérez
- Clarinet: Natacha Correa Larrea
- Pieces of: W. A. Mozart, H. Tomasi, J. Turina, C. Nielsen
Of the Sacred and the Profane
The music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Hansjörg Schellenberger, Henri Tomasi, Joaquín Turina, and Carl Nielsen. The thin line which has separated the sacred from the profane, myth from religion, always diffusing (and confusing), has left its mark on the lives and customs of societies up until our days. By adapting to and blending with each other.
A wind quintet composed of young instrumentalists who came together in 2015. Since then, and on the way to professional consolidation, the musical achievement of this group has been recognised and valued, not only for its technical and precise qualities in approaching the scores, but also for the artistic expression of its interpretations.
With the support of