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KIDS CONCERT WITH THE OFJ • WHAT MUSIC SAYS TO US - OFJ
Second Concert Season 2018 Family Concert
KIDS CONCERT WITH THE OFJ • WHAT MUSIC SAYS TO US
Sunday, April 15, 2018
12:30 hrs. Teatro Degollado
EVENT DESCRIPTION

 Family Concert 

KIDS CONCERT WITH THE OFJ • WHAT MUSIC SAYS TO US

Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco
Enrique Radillo, 
Guest Conductor 
Mar Domínguez y Marco Ayala, Hosts

David González Ladrón de Guevara, Piano

Aram KHACHATURIAN, Gayaneh: Suite
José Luis GONZÁLEZ, MOYA, Concerto for Piano 8 Fingers, IV “Decatempo”
Soloist: David González Ladrón de Guevara
Maurice RAVEL, Alborada del gracioso
Mili BALAKIREV, Islamey, Oriental Fantasía, Op.18

Léo DELIBES, Coppélia, Suite
Pepe GUIZAR, Guadalajara, arranged by Manuel Enríquez

Sunday, April 15, 2018, 12:30 PM
Teatro Degollado

One of the OFJ´s most important activities is its contribution to public cultural education. To that end, the orchestra presents frequent concerts dedicated to children and young people. Once again, the State of Jalisco´s most important orchestral ensemble brings a Kids Concert with the OFJ to the public.  On this occasion, the program is entitled What Music Says to Us. Our hosts for this one-of-a-kind sonic experience will be Mar Domínguez and Marco Ayala, who will guide us through various works inspired by musical and dance traditions from different parts of our planet, including selections from the ballets Gayaneh by Aram Khachaturián and Coppélia by Léo Delibes, respectively, and the sonorous exoticism of the Maurice Ravel work Alborada del gracioso and Islamey by Mili Balákirev. For the first time, the OFJ welcomes a privileged new artist: young tapatio (Guadalajara native) pianist David González Ladrón de Guevara who, despite having only four fingers on each hand, presents us with an inspiring example in having won the Grand Prize in the International Competitions for Pianist with Different Capacities.  David will perform the Concierto para piano a ocho dedos which his father, composer José Luis González Moya, wrote for him.

This performance takes place at the Teatro Degollado on Sunday, April 15th at 12:15 PM, under the baton of talented tapatío director Enrique Radillo.

*Programming subjcet to change without notice
*Tickets available for $110 - $200 pesos 
*Discounts of 30% to students, teachers, seniors, and persons with disabilities 

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