20:30 hrs. Teatro Degollado
12:30 hrs. Teatro Degollado
MOZART AND FAMILY AT THE PIANO
Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco
Rircardo Casero Garrigues, Guest Conductor
Christine Gerwig, Piano
Efraín González Ruano, Piano
Alejandro González Gerwig, Piano
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART, Concerto for three pianos No.7 in F major, KV 242
Soloists: Alejandro González Gerwig, Christine Gerwig y Efraín González Ruano
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART, Concerto for two pianos No.10 in E-flat major, KV 365
Soloists: Christine Gerwig, Efraín González
Franz LISZT, Symphonic Poem No.11, Hunnenschlacht (The battle of the Huns)
Ludwig van BEETHOVEN, Wellington´s Victory (Symphonic portrait of battle and triumph), op. 91
Thursday, July 5th, 8:30 PM
Sunday, July 8th, 12:30 PM
Second Orchestra Season, 2018, Teatro Degollado
It´s not often that the international stage has the privilege of witnessing an entire family of musicians performing together. In this program, the OFJ welcomes the return of the piano duo of Christine Gerwig (Germany) and Efraín González Ruano (Mexico), who have presented concerts in Mexico--and in some of the principal European concert venues, as well. They will regale us with the Concerto for two pianos and orchestra No.10 in E-flat major, K. 365, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a work which was apparently conceived with the idea of the composer and his father performing it together. However, we now know that this Concerto was performed by the piano duo of Wolfgang and his sister Nannerl on various occasions. To continue the Mozart family celebration, the González-Gerwig piano duo will unite with their young son, Alejandro, in an interpretation of the Concerto for three pianos No.7 in F major, K. 242 by--who else? The very same Mozart.
To complement these concerti, the OFJ will offer two scores with warlike tones: the symphonic poem "The battle of the Huns" by Franz Liszt was inspired by a painting which shows King Attila of the Huns in an epic battle against the Romans and the Visigoths;
Likewise, Wellington´s Victory, battle symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven, was written in 1813 to commemorate the triumph of the forces of the Duke of Wellington against the French army.
This program may be seen and heard on the 5th and 8th of July under the baton of Guest Conductor Ricardo Casero Garrigues.
*Tickets available from $110 to $200 pesos
*30% Discuounts for students, teachers, seniors, and persons with disabilities
*Music Apreciation Talks, Thursday at 7:00 PM and Sunday at 11:00 AM, Moncayo Chamber Hall (Sala de Cámara José Pablo Moncayo) at the Teatro Degollado. Free and open to the public!
*Programming subject to change without notice