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The concert will take place at Fundació Joan Miró
Parc de Montjuïc, s/n, 08038 Barcelona

CROSSINGLINES

Trànsit

©Amaia Miranda

Directory

    FABIÀ SANTCOVSKY: Trio i Aurora (2017)*
    CARLES DE CASTELLARNAU: Fixacions II
    OLIVER RAPPOPORT: Improvisació (2017)*
    HÈCTOR PARRA: Cells 2 (2017)* (commissioned by Sampler Sèries)

    * World premiere

Performers

    Laia Bobi Frutos, flute
    Víctor de la Rosa, clarinet
    Tere Gómez, sax
    Feliu Ribera, percusion
    Mireia Vendrell, piano
    Manuel Martínez, clarinet
    Neus Estarellas, piano
    Oliver Rappoport, conductor improvisation “Blue II”
    Mariano Chiacchiarini, guest conductor
    Luis Codera Puzo, artistic direction

Program

CrossingLines performs a selection of premières by prominent Catalan composers at the Fundació Joan Miró. Trànsit completes the participation of the ensemble in Sampler Sèries this season, which began with Spanish Paradox, and is based on the idea of migration, of creators in movement within a globalised setting. In this case, Trànsit focuses on the new generation of Catalan composers.Hèctor Parra (Barcelona, 1976), a Catalan composer established in Paris, premières a piece written especially for CrossingLines. Rounding off the programme are new works by Oliver Rappoport (Malaga, 1980), a composer and co-director of Festival Mixtur, and by Fabià Santcovsky (Barcelona, 1989), a composer living in Berlin and recently acknowledged in the Toru Takemitsu Composition Award.

    • SHOW MADE
    • 1 June 2017
  • 7€
  • Fundació Joan Miró
  • Sampler Series

CrossingLines performs a selection of debut works from Catalan composers at the Fundació Joan Miró.

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