Zarzuella night with the Mâcon Symphonic Orchestra

Saturday July 7th 2018

Orchestre Symphonique de Mâcon, Direction Éric GENESTE

Concerto d’Aranjuez pour guitare et orchestre, de Joaquin RODRIGO
Soliste : Antoine MORINIÈRE

Malaguena, d’Ernesto LECUONA

Extraits de Zarzuelas pour soprano et orchestre
Soliste : Larissa ROSANOFF

Carceleras (Las hijas del Zebedeo), de Ruperto CHAPI Zapateado « La tarántula é un bicho mú malo « (LaTempranica) de Gerónimo GIMENEZ, De Espana vengo (El Nino Judío), de Pablo LUNA

Les Filles de Cadix de Léo Delibes, pour soprano et orchestre
Soliste : Larissa ROSANOFF

Tango Ballet, pour accordéon et orchestre à cordes, d’Astor PIAZZOLLA Soliste : Thierry BOUCHET
Le Boléro, de Maurice RAVEL

21h00 – Place Saint Pierre à Mâcon

Video recordings:

Delibes “Les filles de Cadix”
La Tempranica “Zapateado”

“De Espana vengo”

Press article:

Unmissable event of the struck summer, the symphony orchestra of Mâcon, directed by Eric Geneste, enchanted the public place Saint-Pierre this saturday with a splendid concert dedicated to the Spanish music.

Eric Geneste justifies this choice: “every year, the choice is different, and made for a tourist public, they must stop and they find joy, good mood. is a Spanish music, it’s the operetta, we’re very much in the folk traditions, with joyful music and singing (…) we’ll have guitar, tango, and Ravel’s bolero. bet that it is very beautiful and that there is popular music under the stars “.

For Sabine, second violin, “It’s great to do an outdoor concert, it’s very nice to meet a more varied audience than usual, it’s a great party to share with beautiful soloists. will have a touch of red to illustrate the theme of the concert.It is a beautiful and homogeneous program “.

Almost an hour and a half together with three virtuoso soloists and a varied repertoire ranging from Lecuona performed by Russian soprano Larissa Rosanoff to Piazzolla and his tango ballet played on the accordion by Thierry Bouchet, professor of accordion and accompaniment at the Edgar Varèse conservatory, the Aranjuez concerto played on the guitar by Antoine Morinière to finish with Ravel’s famous Boléro.

Bet won for the symphony orchestra of Mâcon and unforgettable evening for all these tourists filled with passage in our city.

Next appointment with the symphony orchestra Tuesday, July 24 Place St-Pierre, the program of works by Weber and Schubert …



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