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The Music Festival was a success with the RTVE Orchestra, Nuno Coelho conducting

The 34th Ciudad de Ubeda International Music and Dance Festival has now ended.

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The Music Festival was a success with the RTVE Orchestra, Nuno Coelho conducting

The 34th Ciudad de Ubeda International Music and Dance Festival has now ended. He said farewell to his family last night with a performance of the RTVE Orchestra under Nuno Coelho (Portuguese conductor). The orchestra performed a wonderful program including Mozart's Symphony number 33, B flat major K319' as well as the Symphony number 1(Titan),' by Gustav Mahler. It was a wonderful closing concert that filled the Hospital de Santiago courtyard with people and concluded eight weeks of intense music. It was also recorded by RTVE for broadcast on 'The concerts at La 2' and Radio Clasica.

After staging memorable concerts at previous festivals, the orchestra of the public entity returned to the city. Last year's last edition featured participation by cantaora Marina Heredia, and guitarist Juan Manuel Canizares. Last night was no different. It was a great account, thanks to the long and enthusiastic final applause.

The long-held desire to record a Ubeda recital for the subsequent national and international broadcasts was fulfilled with this new visit. It turned out that the plan was waterlogged the last time it was attempted (in 2018). This was due to a severe storm that landed just as the program was being started. The weather was kind to us last night.

After Mozart, it was Gustav Mahler (1896-1911), post-romantic composer/conductor and his "Symphony number 1" (Titan). It was written by him in 1884, but he did not complete it until 1888. The author conducted the premiere in 1889. It bore the title of an symphonic poem, which was in the form a symphony, to confirm that it was a programmatic, programmatic symphony. It can be divided into four movements: "Spring and Endless", "Full Sail", "Shipwreck", which is a Callot-like funeral march, and "From Hell to Paradise".

The renowned Nuno Coelho was the conductor of the orchestra. He has also participated in major stage projects and conducted many of the most distinguished ensembles. He was born in 1989 and studied violin in Klagenfurt, Brussels, before he began conducting at the Zurich School of the Arts, where he was accompanied by Johannes Schlaefli. He was awarded the Radio Portugal Contest's first prize and was a finalist at the Nestle Festival Young Conductors Contest as well as the Salzburg Young Conductors Contest. He was awarded a scholarship by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in 2014, and was admitted to Dirigentenforum at the German Music Council in 2015. This council named him one the 'Conductors Of Tomorrow'. He was also the Cadaques International Orchestral Conducting Competition winner in 2017.

The eighth and final week in the Ubeda Festival featured one additional event. It took place Tuesday at the Santiago Hospital auditorium. This was the second concert that was scheduled with the Maria de Molina Professional Conservatory of Music in the 'Stage pro cycle. It is dedicated to emerging artists based on agreements made by the Ubetense with various entities and institutions. The center's saxophone group performed a diverse program that covered many eras.

After a two-month-long program that included almost 30 concerts and other activities, the 34th "Ciudad de Ubeda" International Music and Dance Festival was over. It featured outstanding classical soloists like Joaquin Achucarro and Olga Peretyatko; prestigious orchestral formations such as Spanish Radio Television Orchestra, City of Granada Orchestra or the Accademia byzantina; well-known artists of other musical styles such as Estrella Morente, Tomatito, Marcat Dance, which is the artistic home of multi-award-winning Jaen choreographer Mario Bermudez Gil.

This project was started 34 years ago by the Ubeda Friends of Music Cultural Association. It is a non-profit organization that draws on the energy and drive of citizens and has been supported by both the private and public sectors. It is a success because it has the support and cooperation of many administrations, entities, and companies that each year make the cycle possible. Its governing institutions, along with Amigos de la Musica are the City Council of Ubeda and the Provincial Council of Jaen. They also include the National Institute of Performing Arts and Music of Spain, the Junta de Andalucia.

Ensemble of Saxophones from the Conservatorio de Ubeda ROMAN

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