Antonio Fauró, conductor
The Orchestra and Choir of the Community of Madrid (ORCAM) often combines in its programs contemporary creations and a more traditional repertoire. Its weekly concerts at the National Auditorium of Music have become a reference point and a gathering place for a diverse and dynamic audience eager to learn about all kinds of musical currents. It participates regularly in the most important Spanish events (Otoño in Madrid, the Mozart festival in La Coruña, the Granada Music and Dance Festival, Andrés Segovia, Santander, the Week of Religious Music in Cuenca, among others).
Programa “Música para textos portugueses”:
Ernesto Halffter: Canciones portuguesas
Joly Braga Santos: Tres sonetos de Camoes
Azio Corghi: I Sogni di Blimunda
Pablo Riviére: A flor que es
Sandro Gorli: Réquiem