Richard Strauss by Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra

1:11 PM Sandra Gutrejde Suarez 0 Comments

On Friday, August 14th, 8.30 pm, the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, with the direction of Enrique Arturo Diemecke and the participation of mezzo soprano Virginia Correa Dupuy as soloist, will present a program consisting of a post-romantic poem by Richard Strauss, and two works by XX century Argentine composers: a symphony by Alberto Ginastera, in the 90th anniversary of his birth, and a work by Osvaldo Golijov, who has an outstanding international career.
The concert will start with the "Three Songs" by Golijov, based on poems written by women: "Lullaby", by Sally Potter; "Lúa descolorida", by Rosalía Castro; and "How slow the wind" based on two short poems by Emily Dickinson. Mezzo soprano Virginia Correa Dupuy will be the soloist in this work.
The first part of the concert will end with "Variaciones Concertantes", by Alberto Ginastera.
The second part will be dedicated to Richard Strauss' symphonic poem "A hero's life", Op. 40, the biography of the same Richard Strauss, premiered in 1899.

Location: Teatro Opera. Avenida Corrientes 860.
Tickets from AR $ 26 to AR $ 150, on sale at Teatro Colon's ticket office: Tucuman 1171, Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm.
The day of the performance tickets can only be aquired in cash at Teatro Opera, from 5 pm.

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