2014-2015 Calendar of the Puerto Rico Symphonic Orchestra

Orquesta Sinfónica de Puerto Rico anunció la nueva temporada de conciertos

Puerto Rico Symphonic Orchestra
Puerto Rico Symphonic Orchestra

Entre los artistas invitados sobresalen los maestros Stephan Sanderling, Victor Pablo Pérez, Guillermo Figueroa y Roselín Pabón; así como a los violinistas Philippe Quint, Robert McDuffie; los pianistas Jorge Federico Osorio, Sarah Davies Buechner, Jean Louis Steuerman, Michael Lewin; el clarinetista israelita Eli Eban, el trompetista venezolano Pacho Flores y el flautista puertorriqueño, Josué Casillas. El regreso del extraordinario chelista vasco Asier Polo constituye una muy buena noticia para todos los amantes de su arte, así como una serie de excelentes cantantes que participarán en los dos grandes proyectos corales previstos en la temporada.

Performing Arts Center, Puerto Rico
Luis A. Ferré Performing Arts Center, Puerto Rico

Luego de años de ausencia del programa de la Orquesta Sinfónica de Puerto Rico regresa la quinta sinfonía de Beethoven, la “Renana” de Schumann y la cuarta sinfonía de Mahler. Por primera vez se presenta la primera sinfonía de Tchaikovsky, la duodécima de Shostakovich y tantas otras composiciones y conciertos que enriquecerán y completán la actividad de la Orquesta. Habrán
dos eventos corales significativos: el Stabat Mater de Rossini en el concierto de Semana Santa y los populares Carmina Burana con los que se concluirá la temporada.

Programa de actividades

6 de septiembre de 2014 CONCIERTO 1: CUADROS RUSO

Maximiano Valdés, director | Philippe Quint, violín
MUSSORGSKY – Noche en el monte pelado
TCHAIKOVSKY – Concierto para violín en Re Mayor,Op. 35
SHOSTAKOVICH – Sinfonía núm. 5 en Re Menor, Op. 47

11 de octubre de 2014 CONCIERTO 2: ORQUESTA SINFÓNICA

Guillermo Figueroa, director | Pacho Flores, trompeta
CORDERO – Mariandá
DVORÁK – Sinfonía núm. 3 en mi bemol mayor, Op.10
CIMAROSA – Concierto para oboe y cuerdas (adaptación para trompetas)
NERUDA – Concierto en mi bemol para trompeta (adaptación para trompeta)
SAINT-SAËNS – de Sansón y Dalila: Bacanal, Op. 47

25 de octubre de 2014 CONCIERTO 3: EL CANTO DEL AGUA

Maximiano Valdés, director | Federico Osorio, piano
RODRIGUEZ – El manco de Lepanto, Op. 36
FALLA – Noche en los jardines de España
SCHUMANN – Sinfonía núm. 3 en mi bemol mayor (Renana), Op. 97

8 de noviembre de 2014 CONCIERTO 4: EL HORIZONTE IDEAL DE LA MÚSICA

Stefan Sanderling, director | Emilio Colón, violonchelo
SMETANA – de Má vlast (Mi patria): El Moldava
LALO – Concierto para violonchelo y orquesta en re menor
SCHUBERT – Sinfonía núm. 9 en do mayor (La Grande)

29 de noviembre de 2014 CONCIERTO 5: EL TRIUNFO DE APOLO

Maximiano Valdés, director | Jean Louis Steurman, piano
MILANO – Tres danzas sinfónicas
CHOPIN – Concierto núm. 2 para piano en fa menor, Op. 21
MOZART – Sinfonía núm. 41 en do mayor (Juniper), K. 551

13 de diciembre de 2014 CONCIERTO 6: EN BÚSQUEDA DE LA INOCENCIA
Maximiano Valdés, director | Eli Eban, clarinete
Soprano se anunciará
MOZART – Concierto para clarinete y orquesta en la mayor, K. 622
MAHLER – Sinfonía núm. 4 en sol mayor

17 de enero de 2015 CONCIERTO 7: SUEÑOS DE INVIERNO
Roselín Pabón, director | Josue Casillas, flauta
CALZADA – Ataques y Volavérunt
NIELZEN – Concierto para flauta y orquesta
TCHAIKOVSKY – Sinfonía núm. 1 en sol menor (Ensueños de invierno), Op. 13

28 de marzo de 2015 CONCIERTO 8: LA FUERZA DE LA TIERRA
Maximiano Valdés, director | Sara Davies Beuchner, piano
BARBER – Ensayo núm. 1, Op. 12
MOZART – Concierto para piano en do menor núm. 24, K.491
SIBELIUS – Sinfonía núm. 1 en mi menor, Op. 39

11 de abril de 2015 CONCIERTO 9: TIEMPOS MODERNOS
Maximiano Valdés, director | Asier Polo, violonchelo
COPLAN – Rodeo: episodio de cuatro danzas
GINASTERA – Concierto para violonchelo núm. 2, Op. 50
STRAVINSKY – Pretushka (1911)

25 de abril de 2015 CONCIERTO 10: RETRATOS DE UNA ÉPOCA
Victor Pablo Pérez, director | Michael Lewin, piano
TARRIDAS – Islas Canarias (Pasodoble)
GERSHWIN – Concierto para piano en fa mayor
SHOSTAKOVICH – Sinfonía núm. 12 en re menor, Op. 112

23 de mayo de 2015 CONCIERTO 11: LA VOLUNTAD Y EL PODER
Maximiano Valdés, director | Robert Mcduffie, violín
SCHOENBERG – Noche transfigurada, Op. 4
BRUCH – Concierto para violín núm. 1 en sol menor
BEETHOVEN – Sinfonía núm. 5 en do menor, Op. 67

13 de junio de 2015 CONCIERTO 12: AMORÍOS MEDIEVALES
Maximiano Valdés, director
Coral Lírica de Puerto Rico
ORFF – Carmina Burana

All the concerts will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Santurce’s Centro de Bellas Artes (Performing Arts Center).

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