Venezuelan Symphony Orchestra to perform in Cuba
The Symphony Orchestra of Aragua in Venezuela is to fuse here its repertoire from classics such as Wagner and Brahms with themes by the Beatles, played by Beat3 group of its country, during a concert next Sunday.
The performances started on Friday with a program with pieces by the regions composers such as Evencio Castellanos (1915), Aldemaro Romero (1928) and Juan Carlos Nuñez (1947).
The main hall of Havanas 886-seat Amadeo Roldan Theater, venue of important musical events, will house the artists who are celebrating their 17 years of work.
The orchestras director, Luis Miguel Gonzalez, is a concert violinist graduated from the Royal College of Music, of London.
Sponsored by Didalco Bolivar, Governor of Aragua State, the presentations intend, according to organizers, "to give to know the high performing level of Venezuelan musicians and the great value and beauty of their symphonic works."