Palace of Carlos V
The first performance at Palacio de Carlos V features musicians, pianist, and director offering a Beethovenian program which has the virtue that it moves on the margins of popularity. Although all of Beethoven's orchestral music has been widely distributed, it is possible to argue that the Leonora II Overture which was written for Fidelio in 1805 (and that Schumann called "demonic") can be performed in concert just as well as the Leonora III. It also shows that the Piano Concerto No. The joy and evolution of Beethoven's piano literature is evident in the premiere of 3 in 1803. The Fourth Symphony, which was composed in 1803, is an absolute delight and is a continuation of the two-way path that Beethoven took in his symphonic work. Red Electrica de Espana sponsors the concert.
San Jeronimo Monastery | 12:30 p.m.
Bohemian in origin but closely linked to Salzburg's archiepiscopal court since 1670, Biber has been the most prominent exponent of the stylus phantasticus. This is what led to the development of writing for the violin throughout the 17th century. He is best known for his Rosary Sonatas. The cycle, which was created on an unknown date, consists of 15 sonatas for violin or basso continuo that each address a mystery about the rosary. A final Passacaglia is for solo violin, and represents the guardian angel. Lina Tur Bonet examines the integral in two sessions. It is a coproduction with National Center for Musical Diffusion.
ALBOLOTE. Parq. Guaynabo | 21.30 h
Flamenco dance show with Rocio Montoya, Miguel Angel Rodriguez and prints of great flamenco figures. The event will be held in Albolote's Guaynabo Park at 9:30 p.m. with the two artists responsible for creating prints of great flamenco figures such as Rosario, Manolo Cartacol, Sabicas and Manolo Caracol. Sergio Gomez "El Colorao" and Pablo Fernandez will be performing on guitar.
The Cia will be held at the Plaza de las Pasiegas at 9:30 p.m. Manolo Alcantara presents Mana. This show-installation revolves around ingenuity. It is an universal, timeless, and transversal attribute from both an artistic and craft perspective. It reveals Alcantara's intentions and goals from the very beginning: to construct a huge arch using very heavy boxes with the least force possible, assisted by an ancient and precarious technology but also of validity and timeless tech, which emphasizes the path. Ingenuity is the key to the show.
Manolo Alcantara, a Spanish contemporary circus artist, is a juggler and tightrope walker as well as a stage director. In 2021, the Spanish Ministry of Culture awarded him the National Circus Award. He is an intuitive, self-taught artist and works to create a unique circus.