The Symphony presents the “most ambitious” season with 23 season ticket concerts in three theaters
The Auditorium of Palma, the Trui Teatre and the Teatre Principal of Palma will host a total of six more performances than in the current season / The creators and artists of the Balearic Islands are gaining a presence with a greater variety of genres and styles
The Minister of European Funds, University and Culture, Miquel Company, presented today the “most ambitious” season of the Balearic Islands Symphony Orchestra with “new formats and places” and a hundred performances around all the Balearic Islands of September to May. Of these performances, the Symphony will offer 23 season ticket concerts —six more than the current one— in three theatres: Palma Auditorium, Trui Teatre and Palma Main Theater. The rest corresponds to extraordinary concerts, operas, chamber cycle (#SonamPerTu), social cycles and educational programs spread throughout Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera.
“This program with a hundred concerts marks the beginning of the new history of the Symphony coinciding with the beginning of the works of the new headquarters, La caixa de Música,” explained the councilor. “We promote the presence of the Symphony in all the Islands, diversify its presence in new stage spaces, strengthen the presence of the creators and artists of the islands and give presence to all possible genres and styles,” he added about the objectives of the season. In addition, Company has announced that the General Directorate of Culture and the Balearic Islands Symphony Orchestra Foundation are closing the program
of a common project to premiere works by Balearic composers and to promote the Samper Archive.
The three cycles of self-produced season tickets offer a great diversity of programming with “illustrious names from the international classical music scene”.
The season ticket for the Palma Auditorium will host a total of eight concerts with the participation of guitarist Rafael Aguirre, the Balearic Islands University Choir, tenor Josep Bros and soprano Aylin Pérez, among others.
The Trui Teatre season ticket consists of eleven concerts with names such as the violinist Leticia Moreno, the cellist Truls Mork, the pianist Judith Jáuregui and the violinist Francisco Fullana, who will perform Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons under the direction of Jonathan Cohen.
As for the season ticket for the Teatre Principal in Palma, the public will be able to enjoy in four concerts the premiere of the play Germania500 by the young Mallorcan composer Antoni Mairata, conducted by Leonard Slatkin, pianist Alexandra Dovgan and cello. list Alban Gerhardt.
A historic season
The managing director of the Fundació Orquestra Simfònica Illes Balears, Pere Malondra, has explained that the concerts in the outer part of Mallorca, in addition to the season in Manacor, will be extended with a cycle at the Teatre Principal d’Inca, and also with performances in other scenic spaces on the island or regular festivals such as Santanyí, among others.
In Menorca, the Symphony will be present in the lyrical program; will also be the protagonist with the traditional concert of the Day of Menorca in January and performances in different formats and places on the island. “We cannot forget the already traditional lyrical collaboration that we carry out with the Main Theaters of
Palma and Maó with the Friends of the Maó Opera. Five productions that are an important part of the program, ensuring the quality and viability of the two seasons thanks to the presence of the Symphony, “confirmed Malondra.
Through the cycle “Sonam Per Tu”, which has been so successful in the last season, Ibiza and Formentera will be the protagonists of several visits during the season to offer concerts in spaces of great architectural value.
The director of the Symphony, Pablo Mielgo, explained that in the programming of the season will play an important role in the dissemination of music through educational projects, with school programs on various specific topics from kindergarten to high school. “We will also resume two important projects for future generations: the Symphony Academy and the Petita Simfònica, to support young people and children from the Islands who develop their musical work in music schools in the Balearic Islands.” assured Mielgo. The “In Society” cycle will also be resumed in December, with which music will be taken to hospitals, prisons, nursing homes, and other locations where music is one of the best therapies.
Season ticket prices will be € 225 (Palma Auditorium Series), € 270 (Trui Teatre Series) and € 90 (Palma Main Theater Series). Individual tickets will cost € 30 (Trui Teatre i Teatre Principal de Palma) and € 35 (Palma Auditorium). Tickets will go on sale from 23 August and individual tickets from 6 September (Trui Teatre), 13 September (Auditorium of Palma) and 25 September (Teatre Principal de Palma).
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