The new season of Iberian Sinfonietta was presented this morning at the Fuengirola City Hall by Rodrigo Romero Morales , Councilor for Culture of the city hall, and Juan Paulo Gómez , musical and artistic director of the group. This series of concerts, which is now consolidated in this town on the Costa del Sol after its fourth season as a cultural proposal that focuses on classical music, will continue under the name Community Concerts due to its marked philanthropic nature and service to the community. community.
The concert series continues to support the young performers of our current national scene, the young composers who are being trained in the different higher conservatories of Andalusia and the premiere of new works by creators who are already consolidated in their professional careers. at the national and international level. To make this support a reality, currently, Iberian Sinfonietta maintains collaboration agreements with the Association of Composers and Performers of Malaga (ACIM) , the cultural sector project company Miotta & Molière , the Intercentros Melómano Competition , the Young Performers Competition " City of Estepona" and the Alcalá Horn Campus .
In relation to the different soloists who this year will make up the orchestra's programs, in the month of September it will be the young Sevillian violinist Irene Arriaza González (winner of the "Iberian Sinfonietta" Special Prize at the IV "Ciudad de Estepona" Young Performers Competition ) who will perform the Concerto No. 1 for violin and orchestra in G minor, Op. 26 by Max Bruch . In November, Enrique Tudela de Miguel will perform the difficult and legendary Violin Sonata in G minor, GT 2.g05 "El trino del diablo" by Giuseppe Tartini and the flutist Ángel Pareja Francisco will premiere the work On the Back of a Nightingale, Op. 31 by composer Jorge Grundman . In the month of January, Alejandro Gómez Hurtado will perform the Concerto for trumpet and orchestra in Eb major, Hob. VIIe/1 by Franz Joseph Haydn in its original version for trumpet with keys, which will be the first time it takes place in Spain, and the blind pianist from Barcelona Ignasi Cambra Díaz will delight us with the beauty of the Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 23 in The eldest, KV. 488 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart . In March, the young Valencian violinist Pablo Turlo Escorihuela (winner of the Intercentros Melómano Competition - Higher Degree in the 2022 edition) will perform concertos numbers 1 and 2 by Johann Sebastian Bach and the Cuenca cellist Cristóbal Prieto Ortiz will perform a delicious piece of music titled Silent Woods , which belongs to the cycle From the Bohemian Forest, Op. 68, B.133:V by Antonin Dvorak . Finally, in the concert of the month of May, the young Sevillian horn player María Dolores Paloma Marín (winner of the Alacalá Horn Campus 2022 Competition) will perform the Concerto for Horn and Orchestra No. 1, Op.11 by Richard Strauss , the violist David Campos Guzmán will perform the absolute premiere of Simfoni Wanita for viola and orchestra by Ananda Sukarlan and violinist Salvador Raya Castellano will close the program with the Concerto for violin and orchestra in E minor, Op. 64 by Felix Mendelssohn .
It is also worth highlighting the composers whose premieres will be present during this season, the first being Francisco José Martín Jaime , whose revival in Spain of the symphonic poem titled Shadow, Op. 16 will be played at the opening concert of the cycle. By composer Jorge Grundman Isla, a work for flute and string orchestra titled On the Back of a Nightingale, Op. 31 will be performed, which will be performed for the first time in public. Composer Sara Ramos Contioso will give the absolute premiere of her work Mutter mit totem Sohn , also conceived for string orchestra; and finally, in the month of May, there will be the premiere of the viola concerto by the Indonesian composer living in Spain, Ananda Sukarlan , entitled Simfoni Wanita for viola and orchestra, a work commissioned by BJ Habibie (president of Indonesia between 1998 and 1999) to through the Habibie - Ainun Foundation.
Continuing with the concert model that characterizes Community Concerts , each of its programs will be presented and commented by Jorge Rodríguez Morata, coordinator of the orchestra's pedagogical content. Likewise, in accordance with the philanthropic ideal of Iberian Sinfonietta and thanks to the commitment and support of Fuengirola City Council , all concerts are free to the public, access being controlled until the permitted capacity is reached.
You can check the complete season (dates, times, complete programs) at the following LINK .