On Tuesday, January 25, it was announced that the Institute of Fine Arts and Literature and the Secretary of Culture of Jalisco will sign an agreement whose objective is to give greater national projection to the Philharmonic Orchestra of the state.
In this regard, the head of the Ministry of Culture, Lourdes Ariadna González, pointed out that the agreement will allow the Philharmonic to have a presence and be talked about in other spaces and in other states.
As explained by José Luis Castillo, who this Tuesday was presented as the new artistic director of the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra, the agreement between both institutions will strengthen three areas:
Mobility of artists
Mobility of artistic groups
Support for the training of new composers
Likewise, the director of the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra welcomed the platform, which benefits the mobility of teachers, teachers and repertoire. “We think it's something that doesn't happen every day,” he said.
He also added that they can try to trigger more compositional processes, processes of current creation, "try to bet on Mexican creation."
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For his part, Horacio Ciceró was also presented as the new manager of the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra and the programming of the first concert season of the year was announced, which will have sanitary measures and will begin once the covid-19 infections decrease. 19.
Some of the activities that are scheduled are the 225th anniversary of the birth of Franz Schubert. The Orchestra's budget for this year 2022 is 52 million 773 thousand 700 pesos.