Alfredo García

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    Tuesday, 04/03/2014
    Andrés Salado - Foto de David Maroto
    Musiespaña artists Andrés Salado (conductor) Raquel Lojendio (soprano) Alfredo García (baritone) and the Opus 23 orchestra are to perform the operas Il segretto di Susana, by Ermano Wolf-Ferrari, and The Telephone, by Gian Carlo Menotti, at the Sala de Cámara of the Auditorio Nacional de Música, in Madrid, on the 8th of March. These performances are part of the season of concerts programmed by the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid.
    Tuesday, 10/12/2013
    Autógrafo de la partitura de "El Mesías", de Händel
    Musiespaña conductors and soloists are to celebrate Christmas with significant works from the season’s repertoire, including Händel’s Messiah; The Childhood of Christ, by Hector Berlioz; and Bach’s Mass in B Minor. Beethoven and Orff will also be on December’s programme, completing the month’s musical offerings.
    Monday, 18/02/2013
    Andrés Salado © David Maroto
    The young conductor returns to the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, conducting the orchestra Opus23, of which he is Principal Conductor. In this occasion he will conduct Wagner’s Sigfried Idyll and the zarzuela “Jugar con fuego” by Barbieri, concert version. The soloists will be Lola Casariego, Juan Antonio Sanabria, Alfredo García and José Antonio Carril.
    Tuesday, 02/10/2012
    Alfredo García © Cristina Ferrís
    The Spanish baritone will sing the piece by tomás Marco “El caballero de la triste figura” together with the Choir of the Comunidad de Madrid and the JORCAM’s Ensemble. Created to commemorate the fourth centenary of the Quijote, this chamber opera, consisting of a prologue and seven paintings, stages the main parts of Cervantes Masterpiece.
    Sunday, 05/08/2012
    The conductor Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos will conduct in August The Philadelphia Orchestra with Joshua Bell at the Saratoga Festival and three concerts within the 75 Anniversary of the prestigious Tanglewood Festival with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. After, he will conduct Carmina Burana with Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Walt Disney Hall.
    Tuesday, 17/04/2012
    Yaron Traub © Jürgen Olczyk
    On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the “Palau de la Música de Valencia” the Orquesta de Valencia, conducted by its Principal Conductor, Yaron Traub, will play Falla’s La vida breve. The cast includes the following soloists: Cristina Gallardo Domas, Cristina Faus, Clara Mouriz, Gustavo Peña, Josep Miquel Ramón, Alfredo García, Albert Montserrat, Núria Pomares and the cantaora Ginesa Ortega.
    Monday, 13/02/2012
    Antoni Ros Marbà © David Maroto
    The conductor Antoni Ros Marbà will conduct next week the season concerts of the Orquesta Nacional de España, with three concerts on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. He will conduct the Tchaikovsky’s 4th Symphony, and Tomás Marco’s “América”, performed by Pilar Jurado and Alfredo García.
    Sunday, 13/03/2011
    The Italian conductor Marzio Conti will conduct the Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, at the Auditorio Nacional de Música. He will count with the participation of the baritone Alfredo García and the oboist Hansjörg Schellenberger. In the program, pieces by Pizzetti, Prieto, Richard Strauss and Stravinsky.
    Thursday, 21/10/2010
    The Real Filharmonía de Galicia's Principal Conductor, Antoni Ros Marbà, will conduct the Mozart's Misa Brevis in the Pope Mass, that will celebrate in the Santiago de Compostela's Cathedral. The event will take place the next Saturday 6th, at 16:30 p.m., and will count with the presence of important soloists: Agustín Prunell-Friend, Alfredo García, Nuria Rial and Carlos Mena.
    Spanish night in Copenhague
    Monday, 27/09/2010
    With a completely Spanish cast , "La vida breve" will be conducted by Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos. In addition, it will count with the participation of guitarist Pablo Sáinz Villegas and dancer Nuria Pomares. The lyrical part will be the soprano Maria Rodriguez, mezzo-soprano Marina Pardo, the tenors Vicente Ombuena and Gustavo Peña, the baritones Alfredo Garcia and Josep Miquel Ramón and "cantaor" Pedro Sanz.