SATURDAY 9
8:30 p.m.

JAÉN
Parish Church of the Magdalena

 

ORCHESTRA OF PROFESSORS OF THE CONSERVATORIO PROFESIONAL DE MÚSICA “RAMÓN GARAY” OF JAÉN
Juan Ramón Fuentes, bassoon – Raúl Navarro, bassoon – Andrés Parada, oboe

 

Vivaldi for 2: double concerts for oboe and bassoon

 

Antonio Vivaldi is considered the father of the Concert form. Rich in sonorous and expressive contrasts between soloists and the orchestral ritornello, the Concerto is a living reflection of both the society of that period and the city of Venice, full of lights and shadows. In this programme we will be able to listen to three double concerts in which the Venetian composer shows his mastery of colours and contrasts, his ability to obtain different sonorities from the same instrumentation, and the unquestionable theatrical capacity which characterises all his music.

PROGRAM

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Concert for oboe and bassoon in G major, RV 545 (c.1728)
Andante molto
Largo
Allegro molto

Concert for two cellos in G minor, RV 531 (c.1735)
Allegro
Largo
Allegro

Concert for oboe and bassoon in A minor, RV 463/500 (c.1715)
Allegro
Largo
Allegro

Duration: 45’

IN COLABORATION WITH THE BISHOPRIC OF JAÉN

Juan Ramón Fuentes and Raúl Navarro, bassoon soloists
Andrés Parada, oboe soloist
Moisés Romero, Javier Sanchís, Rafael Gallego and Lorena Moreno, violins
Silvia Peris and Pilar Cervera, violas
Antonio Fernández and Pedro Domenech, cellos
José Luis Sosa, double-bass
Encarnación Teruel, harpsichord

 

Orchestra of Professors of the CPM “Ramón Garay”. It is a faithful reflection of the intense activity that the institution has been carrying out throughout its history. Both the curiosity and musical talent of this conservatory staff have led to show their work outside the classroom. Among many other activities, teachers’ concerts in several formats are common, which contributes to their students’ motivation as they can enjoy live music performed by their teachers.

 

YOUTUBE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KdspTyLdeQ