[Rhythmic Pulse]

Enrique Granados. 'La maja y el ruiseñor', from Goyescas 
Alberto Ginastera. Canción al árbol del olvido 
Gerónimo Giménez. 'La tarántula', from La Tempranica 
Mariola Cantarero soprano Héctor Eliel Márquez piano

Béla Bartók (1881-1945). Sonata for violin and piano no.2, Sz. 76
Anna Margrethe Nilsen violin / Josu de Solaun piano

Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992). ‘Oblivion’ y ‘Libertango', for violin, cello and piano
Jesus Reina violin / Gabriel Ureña cello/ Óscar Martín piano

Fernando Arroyo Lascurain (1986-). Piece for string orchestra
Festival artists and invited students from the Galamian International Academy

1.00 h (w/out intermission)

Program (PDF es / en)
(Presentation, Málaga Clásica Talents, bios)

Bartók and Piazzolla lay the grounds for the first premiere of Málaga Clásica’s edition ‘Now’. The inspiration in traditional music and sonorities that Bartok created from folk music, as well as Piazzolla’s rhythmic pulse and references to music from his homeland are elements which resonate with Fernando Arroyo, the young Mexican composer whose work will be premiered tonight and whose music is full of indigenous sounds from Mexico and Spanish flavored rhythmic patterns.

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