Bach and Beethoven mark the return of the best of “In Crescendo” to CEAC TV
After the special grill offered around the commemoration of Holy Week, the channel returns to its frequent spaces, this time including unforgettable boleros together with the Camerata Vocal and La Flor del Recuerdo.
For its part, dance will be present through the choreographic work carried out by the dancers of the Chilean National Ballet themselves, in what was the Laboratory BANCH 2019 project.
After offering a special programming on the occasion of Easter, Ceac TV returns to its regular schedule presenting some of its attractive records with The best of “In Crescendo ·, dance, piano and choral concerts. So this week will begin with one of the most successful recitals offered by the Vocal Camerata of the University of Chile. It is the special concert that he gave in January 2018 with the group La Flor del Recuerdo, where both groups performed some of the most recognized and classic boleros of all the times.
Without you, Story of a love, With you, We, I learned with you, Canela Skin, With you from a distance, were part of the repertoire that was broadcast yesterday from 7:40 p.m. with the 16 voices that make up the chamber choral ensemble led by maestro Juan Pablo Villarroel, and the bolero group made up of Pablo Moraga on voice and maracas, Eduardo Rubio on double bass, Cristóbal González on second voice and requinto (clarinetist OSNCH), Ricardo Aguilera on third voice and guitar (horn player OSNCH) , and Cristián Gutiérrez on percussion (OSNCH cellist).
The music continues on Wednesday at the same time with the Cycle of pianists, which this time will broadcast the concert that opened the 2017 season, with the young and virtuoso national musician Gustavo Miranda-Bernales. A varied program with composers of various nationalities and periods, starting with the Sonatas R.103 and R.108 by the Spanish composer Padre Antonio Soler (1729–1783), perhaps the most significant Spanish musician of his century. Sonata N ° 39 by Franz Joseph Haydn, one of the most emblematic figures of Classicism, will follow, followed by Nocturno N ° 6 by Gabriel Fauré. Chilean music will be heard through Enrique Soro, with his work Berceuse, ending the first part with Triana, by Isaac Albéniz. Meanwhile, the second part will be dedicated to Brahms, with Ballad No. 2 in D major, followed by the Sonata in C major.
On Thursday, again dedicated to contemporary dance, it will present the proposal that started the 2019 season of the Chilean National Ballet, with a special cycle where the company presented a series of works created by seven of the dancers that make up its cast. To my solitudes, by Rodrigo Opazo; Botar, by Gema Contreras; Assertive inclination, by Amaru Piñones; Do You Really Don’t Care ?, by Valentin Keller; What if…, by Enrique Faúndez; Kintsugi, by Nicolás Berrueta; and Bestia, by Fabián Leguizamón, are the works that the public will be able to relive on April 8 at 8:00 p.m. (repeat Sunday 11).
The closing of the week will be in charge of the musicians of the National Symphony Orchestra of Chile and a review of The best of “In Crescendo”. Thus, on Friday the 9th at 7:40 p.m., the presentations of three solos will arrive on the screen: Efraín Vidal interpreting Bass Nightingale for Contrabassoon, by Erwin Schulhoff; Lorena Gonzalez, soloist in second violins, who will play Allemanda and Sarabanda, part 2 in D minor, BWV 1004 and La Gigue, part 3 in E major, BWV 1006, by Johann Sebastian Bach; and Cristofer Schenke, with Capriccio sud viola op. 9 by Henri Vieuxtemps.
On the other hand, on Saturday it will be the turn of two of the main figures of the Symphony: the concert violinist Alberto Dourthé, and the pianist Luis Alberto Latorre, President of the Republic 2016 National Music Award. Both musicians will give life to one of the most famous works for these two instruments, as well as those of great technical demand, the Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 9 in A major, op. 47, Kreutzer, by Ludwig van Beethoven.