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CNDM. Grupo Vocal Kea

Enrique Azurza, director, Naoko Kikuchi, koto

29 january, 2012 - 7:30 PM /
Nouvel Building, Auditorium 400

The CNDM has offered one of its 15 commissions to the Gijón-born composer Juan José Eslava (1970), who divides his time and career between Japan and Madrid.

Closely connected to Japanese culture, Eslava has developed, in conjunction with CNDM, an interesting and singular program with Japanese and Spanish works from different periods. The Grupo Vocal Kea, along with Naoko Kikuchi, who plays the koto (traditional Japanese string instrument), will give listeners the opportunity to hear pieces by three contemporary Japanese composers.

Program: 

Yatsuhashi Kengyo (1614-1685)
Fuki (ruibarbo) (S. XVII) para koto solo de 13 cuerdas
Jo Kondo (1947)
Two pieces para coro mixto(1981)
Carlos Satué (1958)
Hijos del vacío(1998)
Juan José Eslava (1970)
Sen no aida (Entre líneas) para koto solo de 21 cuerdas(2008-2011)
Alonso Lobo (1555-1617)
Versa est in luctum
Toshiya Watanabe (1974)
Shading para koto solo de 21 cuerdas(2011)
J. J. Eslava
Obra estreno (2011)+ para coro mixto
Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996)
Wind horse (fragmentos)(1966)
David Azurza (1968)
Sicut lilium(2005)

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