The presentation of masterpieces by the most prominent composers of the classical period, the Overture Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the Symphony No. 80 by Franz Joseph Haydn, under the baton of the prestigious guest guest conductor, Nuno Coelho, announced the Symphony Orchestra of Yucatan
As part of the second season of 2019 concerts, the Director of the OSY Guarantor Trust, Miguel Escobedo Novelo welcomed the talented conductor, who will also offer the interpretation of Dvořák's Symphony No. 7.
In this way, the OSY announced the 4 Program to be presented this October 4-6 at the Peón Contreras Theater, which is very attractive both for the content and aesthetic dimension of the works, and for the presentation on the winner's podium of the international orchestra conducting contest of Cadaqués, Spain 2017.
Escobedo Novelo highlighted the trajectory of the Portuguese Nino Coelho, who also won the First Prize in the Portuguese Radio Management Contest and was a finalist in the Nestlé Festival Young Directors Contest and the Salzburg Young Directors Contest.
In 2014 Nuno Coelho received a grant from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation; and in 2015 he was admitted to the Dirigentenforum of the German Music Council, which appointed him as one of the “Directors of tomorrow”, in addition to being noted for his career leading European and American orchestras.
At the opera, Nuno has directed the productions of La traviata, Cavalleria rusticana, Rusalka and Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank, and has been Marc Albrecht's assistant in the production of Pierre Audi in Parsifal at the Dutch National Opera.
Miguel Escobedo and Nuno Coelho highlighted the content of the fourth program of the XXXII Concert Season, which will open with the interpretation of the Don Giovanni Overture of the great Mozart, the “jocular drama” of a staging that is unique because of the emotional range that covers.
Don Giovanni is the type of eternal libertine for whom the pursuit of pleasure has become the final affirmation of the will. Mozart's music (1756-1791) humanizes it, transforming it into one of the boldest conceptions in the field of lyric theater.
To the delight of the public, which has a marked preference for the works of the classical period, the OSY will also interpret the Symphony No. 80 in D minor by Joseph Haydn, premiered in 1784 with great success and that today is inevitable in the repertoire of the orchestras of the orb.
Haydn's historical role (1732-1809) was to help perfect the new instrumental language of the late 18th century, based on the dynamic development of themes and motifs. It has been said that both quartets and Haydn's symphonies are Beethoven's spiritual birthplace.
From Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904), a nationalist romantic, the OSY will also interpret the Symphony No. 7, a composition of Slavic flavor, but with forms reminiscent of the great masters of the genre such as Beethoven and Brahms.
It is full of vitality, joy and pain, contrasting emotions that testify to the compositional thoroughness and spontaneity of the expression. The work lasts about 35 minutes, however, it is not repetitive but rich in melodic forms and musical discursive content.