Season Concerts

Tragedy

M. Falla
Nights in the Gardens of Spain [20']

D. Shostakovich
Symphony No.8 [65']

Robert Treviño
Conductor

Alexei Volodin

Date & Place

23September, 2022Friday, 19:30 h.Vitoria-GasteizPrincipalFundación Vital
26September, 2022Monday, 19:30 h.Donostia-San Sebastián AKursaalKutxa
27September, 2022Tuesday, 19:30 h.Donostia-San Sebastián BKursaalKutxa
28September, 2022Wednesday, 19:30 h.Pamplona-IruñaBaluarteLaboral Kutxa
29September, 2022Thursday, 19:30 h.BilbaoEuskaldunaBBK

Starting from

10 €

Information

“From tragedy to the spirit of achievement” is the motto of this Season where Robert Trevino has attached great importance to Russian music. Its journey starts with Dmitri Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 8 in C minor. Written in 1943, amid the horrors of World War II, it is one of his least performed symphonies precisely because of its fatalism, as it reverberates with the suffering that was devastating Europe. However, in its tragic intensity, it is an extraordinary creation with a huge impact. The friendly counterpoint is brought by Nights in the Gardens of Spain by Manuel de Falla, three pages on which the composer from Cadiz captures as many landscapes of his native Andalusia, paying tribute to its Arab heritage. Alexei Volodin, one of the most active Russian pianists of the international scene, will immerse us in the refined impressionism of these nocturnal vignettes. 

 



Artists

Robert Treviño

Robert Treviño

Director

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Alexei Volodin

Alexei Volodin

Piano

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