The Sonor Ensemble, directed by its founder Luis Aguirre, brings Auditorium 400 a program that has dance as its central axis. Six pieces by Hungarian and Spanish writers, including a new one, commissioned by the CNDM, named Danzas entrelazadas, by Madrid's José Luis Turina (1952), a piece that examines the poetics related to movement and dance.
So, the Rumanian Dances (1917) of Béla Bartók, the Dances of Galanta (1933) of Zoltán Kodály, in a first-time performance of the arrangement by Federico Jusid; and the unusual and youthful Old Hungarian Ballroom Dances (1949) by György Ligeti will be heard along with the Andalusian airs of El amor brujo (1915-1917) by Manuel de Falla, the pronouncedly rhythmic tendencies of Ernesto Halffter in his Serenata a Dulcinea (1944) and his Habanera from Dos piezas cubanas, written in 1931.
Béla Bartók (1881-1945)
Rumanian Dances (1918)
Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967)
Dances of Galanta, suite (Arrangement by Federico Jusid) (2012)
György Ligeti (1923-2006)
Old Hungarian Ballroom Dances (1949)
Ernesto Halffter (1905-1989)
Serenade a Dulcinea (1944)
José Luis Turina (1952)
Danzas entrelazadas (2011)
Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)
Dos danzas de “El amor brujo” (1915-1917)