The National Symphony Orchestra begins the season of face-to-face concerts

National Symphony Orchestra

After almost a year and a half of waiting, in another context and with all the care, the National Symphony Orchestra will once again give life to the most beautiful melodies at the beginning of the Season of Face-to-Face Concerts, in one of its most beloved spaces, the National Auditorium of the Kirchner Cultural Center.

“Conducting the National is always an honor, and on this special occasion that is the return, the first concert of the orchestra after this pandemic time that we have lived, fills me with pride”, says the guest teacher Carlos Vieu, and highlights: “This return is very emotional not only from the cultural importance it has for the whole country, but also personally is to leave behind a period of much darkness and much uncertainty, and return to have contact with the public, which is the most beautiful thing in our profession ”.

Carlos Vieu, at the end of the last rehearsal
Carlos Vieu, at the end of the last rehearsal

The National Symphony Orchestra will perform with a string formation, with a repertoire in which Central European classical music from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the english romanticism of Edward Elgar and the contemporary Argentine sounds of Gerardo Gardelín.

The program starts with Metamorphosingby Gardelín. The strings will then play the Divertimento in D major K. 136, by Wolfgang A. Mozart, and the Serenade for Strings in E minor, Op. 20 de Edward Elgar.

The quote is this Wednesday, October 13, at 8:00 p.m. in the National Auditorium of the Kirchner Cultural Center, Sarmiento 151, City of Buenos Aires.


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