Wednesday , February 8 2023

Open classical music charm


The Colón Theater has accumulated the last year's concert at El Rosedal with different tastes in the same tasteful gardens: the interest of classical music and the taste of green spaces.

Previously, the scene was occupied by a careful community: parties were also held outdoors. Then, after 19:00, the show began with the Academic Orchestra of Theatro Colon Art Institute under the direction of Ezequiel Silberstain.

They opened the Overture of El Barbero de Sevilla, then chose Peer Gynt's number 1 package and approached another piece of Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's work. In the final part, the public has been particularly careful about The Nutcracker.

The Theater Colon Stable Orchestra, directed by Stuel Chorus and Enrique Arturo Diemecke, led by Miguel Martínez, still with classic music, presented the main show of the night. Diemecke is unclear by the knowledge of music; but also becomes an outstanding figure for the show, due to its ability to interact with the audience and empathize.

The repertoire we brought together included writers such as Johann Strauss, Franz Lehar, Guiseppe Verdi, and Ludwig Vab Beethoven, who listened to the accusations and accusations sitting in heaven to accompany an evening of the month. The applauds and melodies are the resonance of the promotions coming from El Rosedal's trees and the future of the statement: the music will always be ready.

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