euskalkultura.com

basque heritage worldwide

News rss

The Camerata Denak-Bat will debut “Concierto Sacro” in Buenos Aires by Aita Madina, directed by Pedro Palacin Iriondo

12/05/2018

Debut in Buenos Aires of “Concierto Sacro” on December 8th at 8pm
Debut in Buenos Aires of “Concierto Sacro” on December 8th at 8pm

ADVERTISING

Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Cultural Association, Denak-Bat, as part of its “Camerata Denak-Bat” Project invites everyone to the debut, outside of Euskadi of “Concierto Sacro,” for guitar and strings by Francisco de Madina, known for, among his other works, for his extraordinary “Aita Gurea.” As Xabier Iñaki de Arza Blanco explained to EuskalKultura.com, club reference and director of the Camerata, “Maestro Pedro Palacin Iriondo, originally from Eibar, recuperated and orchestrated this magnificent work, after much research, that he will conduct himself as a guest director.

The concert will also include “Argentine guitarist Juan Pablo Bettinotti, who will solo and will also perform works by Argentine composer, Juan Carlos Zorzi, and Bela Bartok.

Keeping in mind the value of the work and the research done by Palacin Iriondo, before the concert the Basque musician will give a short talk about the life and work of the priest and composer, as well as on the process carried out to recuperate several of his unpublished works.

The event i son Saturday, December 8th at 7:30pm; at 9pm in the Pedro de Basaldua Hall at the Centro Laurak Bat, Belgrano 1144.  It is a free event and is open to the public.  From Denak-Bat they stress that the concert has been made possible thanks to collaboration between the club and the association whose “Camerata Denak-Bat Project” has been declared of Cultural Interest by the Minister of Culture of the city of Buenos Aires.



« previous
next »

ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING

The most read

Last comments

© 2014 - 2019 Basque Heritage Elkartea

Bera Bera 73
20009 Donostia / San Sebastián
Tel: (+34) 943 316170
Email: info@euskalkultura.com

jaurlaritza gipuzkoa bizkaia