The Córdoba Symphony Orchestra offers the first concert of 2022 at the Teatro del Libertador
The Teatro del Libertador will present this Friday, February 25, the concert In memoriam, dedicated to the memory of Esteban Raspo (concertmaster), Ivon Asrin (cellist) and Rubén Raspo (violator), members of the stable orchestra of Córdoba who died in 2011. The performance is made up of works by Krystian Skubala, Edward Elgar and Antonín Dvořák, under the direction of Guillermo Becerra.
The Córdoba Symphony Orchestra offers this Friday the 25th the first concert of the year at the centenary Teatro del Libertador San Martín. The function begins at 8 pm and offers a program of deep introspection since the concert is dedicated to the memory of Esteban Raspo -concertino-, Ivon Asrin -cellist- and Rubén Raspo -retired viola player-, members of the stable orchestra who They died in a road accident in 2011.
In this way, the official artistic bodies renew their mission of spreading masterpieces and avant-garde compositions in music, song and dance to society.
In memoriam is the title of the first concert at the Teatro del Libertador that offers the following repertoire: Lux in tenebris (Light in the dark) for marimba and strings, by Krystian Skubala, with the participation of percussionist Aníbal Borzone, Romanza for viola and orchestra, by Max Bruch with the participation of the soloist Gustavo Raspo, “Nimrod”, one of the parts that make up the Enigma Variations, by Edward Elgar, to end the concert with Symphony No. 8, by Antonín Dvořák, make up the concert with directed by Guillermo Becerra.
Locations can be purchased through the Autoentrada website and at the ticket office -Vélez Sarsfield 365-, from 9 to 20, platea 800 pesos, casserole, gathering and paradise 500 pesos.
the joy of spirit
On Saturday 26, also at 8:00 p.m., the Province Symphonic Band takes the stage of the Teatro del Libertador with the program entitled “Festivo”, whose axis is the happy side of music composed for a wind and percussion ensemble.
In that plane, the cast that takes root in a long musical tradition that goes back to the 19th century, offers this program: Festive Overture, by Dmitri Shostakovich; the First Suite for Band, a classic by Alfred Reed, one of the greatest composers of symphonic band music; Africa, ceremony, song and ritual, by Robert W. Smith.
Then a sequence of themes by Glenn Miller, one of the greatest exponents of the Swing Era, with arrangements by Naohiro Iwai; the African Symphony, a piece by Van McCoy that precisely accentuates the festive spirit of the continent’s folk music; to end with a version of the classic “Mambo Jambo”, by Dámaso Pérez Prado. The direction is from the teacher Andrés Acosta.
The value of the tickets is 800 pesos for the stalls, casserole, gathering and paradise 500 pesos, and can be purchased through the Autoentrada website and at the theater box office, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.