The young pianist from Guadalajara, Daniela Liebman, will be the protagonist of the inaugural concert of the first concert season of the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra (OFJ), which starts this February 9 at the Teatro Degollado.
This inaugural concert will be given by the principal conductor José Luis Castillo, who took the baton of the Jalisco ensemble for just over a year. In this first appointment, a repertoire was contemplated that includes the "Tragic Overture", written by Johannes Brahms, in 1880.
Then the soloist from Guadalajara, Daniela Liebman, who made her debut at the age of nine with the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra, will perform the "Concierto for Piano and Orchestra", composed by Clara Schumann -- a piece that had not been performed by the ensemble in its entirety. history-- and to close, the group will play "Symphony Number 4", by Robert Schumann.
Liebman, 20, began playing the piano at the age of five and since then has collaborated with more than 30 orchestras in Mexico, the United States, Canada, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Poland, Spain, Germany, and Italy. At the age of 11, she performed both at Carnegie Hall in New York, as well as at the Palacio de Bellas Artes, in Mexico City.
Since the summer of 2021, the renowned soloist from Guadalajara has been studying at the prestigious Julliard Conservatory in New York, considered the Harvard of music; she is the interpreter, she is part of the lineup of artists from Yamaha International, she has recorded under the Warner Music label and is represented by the renowned Park Avenue Artist agency, in New York.
This first 2023 season will have eight concerts, which will last until April 2. One of the constants in this series of recitals will be the inclusion of women's talent with the participation of performers, directors and composers, including Daniela Liebman herself, Catherine Larsen-Maguire and Marcela Rodríguez.
The group will also seek to privilege the participation of home musicians, such as Iván Pérez on violin and concertmaster, scheduled for two of its functions. Likewise, the OFJ will have the collaboration of Mexican directors such as Iván López Reynoso, Rodrigo Sierra Moncayo and the British Catherine Larsen-Maguire.
The appointment to listen to the Philharmonic will be this Thursday and Sunday, at 8:30 p.m. and 12:30 p.m., at the Teatro Degollado. Tickets are now available at Ticketmaster and at the Degollado Theater box office. The cost of the tickets goes from 90 to 250 pesos.