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Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra Will Perform Concert 2 at Teatro Colon This Week

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The concert takes place on 30 July 2021.

Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra Will Perform Concert 2 at Teatro Colon This Week

Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Concert 2 at Teatro Colon on 30 July 2021.

Tickets can be purchased at https://teatrocolon.org.ar/en/season-2021/philharmonic-orchestra-buenos-aires/produccion/buenos-aires-philharmonic-orchestra-0.

Performers:

GUEST CONDUCTOR
Ezequiel Silberstein

PIANO
Iván Rutkauskas

TRUMPET
Fernando Ciancio

Programme:

D. Shostakovich
Concerto for piano, trumpet and strings, No. 1 Op. 35

P. I. Tchaikovsky
Serenade for strings in C major, Op. 48

Created in 1946 under the name "Symphonic Orchestra of the Municipal Theatre", it was the first exclusively symphonic official orchestra of Buenos Aires. Its first conductors were the masters Lamberto Baldi and Jaime Pahissa. It gave its first concert in Buenos Aires on May 21, 1947 at the Municipal Theatre (current Teatro San Martín).

In October of that year another of its current activities started: to accompany ballet performances and operas, more sporadically. In 1948 it changed its name to "Buenos Aires Symphony Orchestra" and in 1953 established the Teatro Colón as its permanent venue. In 1958 it obtained its current name of "Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra". With this background, it built a career that was enriched and integrated into the Argentine musical activity.

Its repertoire covers a range of languages and diverse musical expressions, with Argentinean music coexisting with works by composers from other latitudes and different eras. It has given premieres or offered first auditions of around 300 works that in certain occasions are due to commissions made by the orchestra itself and the Teatro Colón. In 1992, 1994 and 1996 it made extensive European tours, performing in Spain, Holland, Greece, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and England, in the famous stages of the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Dr. Anton Philipszaal (The Hague), Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Musikverein in Vienna, Grosser Konzerthaussaal (Vienna), Tonhalle Grosser Saal (Zürich), Philarmonie in Berlin, Herkulessaal (Munich), Beethovenhalle (Bonn) and the Barbican Center in London, among others.


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