Next Saturday we will meet again at the Peace Palace in Fuengirola at 7:00 p.m., although on this occasion the presentation and narration of the event will be carried out by Víctor Burgos Salinas , a colleague with magnificent communication qualities, because a server will not be able to enjoy this appointment.
The last entry we had left to round up all the information about Saturday's program will be the work that closes the concert. One of the wonders of Tchaikovsky , Souvenir de Florence Op. 70 . As you already know, the concert will consist of an absolute premiere of the composer Juan Manuel Cisneros with his work Danza, for string orchestra; The award-winning guitarist Stoyan Paskov will follow with the famous Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra No. 1 in A major, Op. 30 by Giuliani and everything will culminate with this gem by Tchaikovsky .
This stage, the end of his life, between the 80s and 90s will therefore be marked by Florence, and will be especially fruitful, since in it he composed Capricho Italiano , the opera La dama de Pique and our Souvenir de Florence . This work, which began as a sextet, soon grew to be a chamber orchestra work. It embodies all the elegance and audacity of Tchaikowsky . It is a work divided into four movements. The first delves into Italian and Russian popular music, creating an indissoluble mix. This Allegro con spirito pivots between vitality and tranquility and as we say, between Russian and Italian. The Adagio cantábile e con moto , with its sweet pizzicati, is more romantic in aesthetics. The Allegro moderato is a scherzo, very virtuoso and with echoes of Dvorak and Central European music. Finally, the Allegro vivace , returns to the contrast and fluctuates between the rhythmic and the lyrical, it is simply wonderful.
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Jorge Rodríguez Morata
Pedagogical content coordinator