The National Theater of São de Carlos goes to the TMJB with the Portuguese Symphony Orchestra, conducted by conductor Joana Carneiro for two concerts commented on, at 9 pm, on October 30 and 31. For the program we have Des Knaben Wunderhorn, by Gustav Mahler.
It has been noticed for decades (at least since the example of Leonard Bernstein) that an interpreter is the best commentator of a musical work due to the knowledge it has of its deep structure and the smallest details of it.
We will now have a commented concert centered on Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 4. Despite the profoundly dysphoric vision of the work of this composer (author of a cycle called Songs of the Dead Children!), This symphony begins and takes place in a surprisingly pleasant atmosphere. In its final movement there is even a luminous soprano soil that speaks to us … of heavenly delicacies! Come and taste them with us!
Conductor Joana Carneiro is, since January 2014, Principal Conductor of the Portuguese Symphony Orchestra. In 2009 she was appointed Musical Director of the Berkeley Symphony.
Invited conductor of the Gulbenkian Orchestra and Artistic Director of the Gulbenkian Stage for Orchestra (Youth Orchestra) of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, he has already directed many major international merit orchestras, such as the Toronto Symphony Orchestras, Gothenburg, Gävle, Malmö, Sydney, New Zealand or the Spanish National Orchestra. Among other honors, she has already received the Helen M. Thompson Award from the League of American Symphony Orchestras, which recognizes music directors with extraordinary potential.
The soprano Ana Quintans started professionally in 2005 with the music of Monteverdi, having been dedicating most of her work to the music of the centuries. XVII and XVIII. His talent has shone on the biggest stages of great music in the world.