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YouTube channel of the Lyceum Mozartiano de La Habana generates attractive content 



Havana, May 5.- Through this month, the YouTube channel of the Lyceum Mozartiano de La Habana creates attractive content, which evidence to the work carried out by this important cultural center, created on January 27, 2009 with the auspices of the Office of the Historian of the City of Havana, the Mozarteum Foundation of Salzburg in Austria and the University of the Arts of Cuba.

The proposals cover a period from 2010 to 2012, at which time the students had the opportunity to train and deepen their study of the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, European classical music and Cuban composers, under the leadership of renowned international teachers such as the Argentine composer and conductor Jorge Rotter and the Austro-English conductor and violinist Walter Reiter.

During every Thursday and Saturday of this month subscribers will be able to enjoy new updates on the official YouTube channel of the Lyceum Mozartiano de La Habana (Lyceum Mozartiano Habana) and, in the same way, on its Facebook page.

This Thursday, May 6, the concert that took place in the Plaza de la Catedral in Havana, in 2011, in which the Symphony in C Major No. 34 Kv 338, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was performed by the Symphony Orchestra of the ISA will be published, attached to the Lyceum, under the direction of Jorge Rotter.

While on Saturday, May 8, we will be able to appreciate the Grosso Opus 6 Concert No. 10, by Arcángelo Corelli, performed by the violinists Carmen María Vázquez and Julio Imbert, and the cellist Alberto García, supported by the ISA Symphony Orchestra, attached to the Lyceum, with guest conductor Walter Reiter. Musical event that took place in the Sala Covarrubias of the National Theater of Cuba in 2010.

Another attractive invitation will be that of Thursday, May 13, with the Concerto for horn and orchestra No. 3 in Eb Major Kv 417, by WA Mozart, performed by the soloist Debbie Vélez and the ISA Symphony Orchestra, attached to the Lyceum, conducted by Directed by Jorge Rotter, in the Plaza de la Catedral in Havana, in 2011.

Meanwhile, on Saturday, May 15, the concert held in the Plaza de la Catedral in Havana, in 2011, with the Symphony in C minor No. 5 Opus 67, by Ludwig Van Beethoven and Contradanza, will be broadcast on this YouTube channel., by Gonzalo Roig, both pieces performed by the ISA Symphony Orchestra, attached to the Lyceum, under the baton of Jorge Rotter.

For Thursday, May 20, we will be able to listen to the concert that took place in 2010, at the Amadeo Roldán Auditorium Theater, with the Symphony No. 35 D Major Kv 385, by WA Mozart, by the ISA Symphony Orchestra, attached to the Lyceum, and, in the podium, Jorge Rotter.

Also on Saturday May 22 will be appreciated the Variations Concertantes Opus 23, by the Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera, assumed by the ISA Symphony Orchestra, attached to the Lyceum and the direction of Jorge Rotter, a musical event that took place in 2012, in the Minor Basilica of the Convent of San Francisco de Asís.

In addition, on Thursday, May 27, the concert offered at the San Felipe Neri Oratory will be heard, in 2012, in which the Mass in C, C Major Kv 220, by WA Mozart, performed by the ISA Symphony Orchestra, was heard. attached to the Lyceum, under the direction of the Cuban teacher José A. Méndez Padrón.

At the end of this month, on Saturday May 29, we will access the Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 83 G Major, by Maurice Ravel, assumed by the pianist Arianna Domínguez, seconded by the ISA Symphony Orchestra, attached to the Lyceum, under the conduction of the teacher Jorge Rotter, in the Minor Basilica of San Francisco de Asís, in 2012.

On the YouTube channel of the Lyceum Mozartiano de La Habana, the Concerto Grosso Opus 6 No. 4, by George Friedrich Händel, assumed by the violinists Abel Rodríguez and Jenny Peña, is already available from the first day of this month of May. and the cellist Mailín Sebila, together with the ISA Symphony Orchestra, attached to the Lyceum, conducted by Walter Reiter, in the Sala Covarrubias of the National Theater, in 2010. (Radio Enciclopedia)