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Ramon Ortega, Oboist, will conduct the OCG featuring works by Pasculli and Mozart.

The City of Granada Orchestra presents a new day of classical music at the Manuel de Falla Auditorium, Granada.

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Ramon Ortega, Oboist, will conduct the OCG featuring works by Pasculli and Mozart.

The City of Granada Orchestra presents a new day of classical music at the Manuel de Falla Auditorium, Granada. Ramon Ortega, a renowned oboist, will lead the Granada orchestra next Friday, March 29. This event has been called "Ramon Ortega's oboe". The classical music show will feature a selection of works by Antonin Dvorak and Antonio Pasculli. Ortega will be the solo oboeist and conductor of the Granada Orchestra.

The concert will be held at 8:30 PM in the city's famous auditorium, located on Paseo de los Martires. The 'Concerto of Oboe on Motifs from 'La Favorita’ by Donizzeti' will be the centerpiece of the cycle. It was composed by Antonio Pasculli. Pasculli composed this work for piano and oboe. He transcribed Donizzeti’s 1840 original libretto to adapt it to the oboe. Palermo's classic oboist was a conductor of several popular Italian symphony orchestras at the time. He also transcribed many opera pieces for piano and oboe, including works by Bellini, Verdi and Rossini.

ConcertRamon Ortega's oboe and Pasculli’s oboe

Pasculli is not enough

The 'Symphony No. 29 in A Major KV 201' Mozart is a four-movement work that was completed in 1774. It is one of the most well-known works among Mozart's early symphonies. Op. 44, the 'Serenade to winds, violoncello, and double bass. Antonin Dvorak, Czech post-romantic composer, will close Ortega’s selection. This composition was composed in 1878 and consists of four movements. The oboe is once again the protagonist.

This concert will be directed by Ramon Ortega in the Nasrid auditorium. The two-time winner an ECHO Award will be performing his skills on the oboe in front of the Alhambra. The Granada-born musician has been a part of many orchestras, including the Kammerakademie Berlin, the Zurich Chamber Orchestra and the Kammerakademie Berlin. He is part of a musical family and was trained from an early age. At just 15 years of age, he joined the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra.

Collaboration with OCG

Ortega has been a frequent performer at concerts all over the globe in recent years and has also released many albums, including his 2010 award-winning debut, 'Shadows. His 2017 album, titled 'Variation5", was his last together with other wind musicians. He has been invited to perform and direct concerts for the City of Granada Orchestra's current season.

His career has allowed him to win many awards. The Medal for Fine Arts of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Granada is one of them. Ortega is part OCG's 2018-19 concert circle, which will soon perform Mozart works on flute and oboe, as well as the opera 'La Italiana en Algiers’ or the 61st Inter Competition. Piano Award 'Jaen'.

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