LOS CLAVELES / LA GRAN VÍA

 

LOS CLAVELES / LA GRAN VÍA

15TH MALAGA SERIES OF ZARZUELA
BY THE TEATRO LIRICO ANDALUZ 


Choreopraphy Aida Sanchez 
Choir and Ochestra Teatro Lirico Andaluz
Stage direction Pablo Prados  
Conductor Jose Manuel Padilla 

LOS CLAVELES
[The carnations]
Lyrical one-act farce with three scenes by Jose Serrano with a libretto by L. Fernandez de Sevilla and C. Carreño 
Performers Carmen Serrano, Cristina Zhdanova, Amelia Font, Paula Mayor, Luis Pacetti / Juan Carlos Barona, Pablo Prados,
Miguel Guardiola and Juan Antonio Hidalgo

LA GRAN VÍA
One-act zarzuela by Federico Chueca and Joaquín Valverde with a libretto by Felipe Perez and Gonzalez
Performers Lourdes Martin, Estela Vicente, Amelia Font, Pablo Prados, Miguel Guardiola, Luis Pacetti, Guillermo Diaz,
Juan Jose Sanchez and Luis Pacetti  

2.00 h (w/intermission)
www.teatroliricoandaluz.com

Los claveles
Around 1929 longer zarzuelas (three acts) and variety shows dominated the theatrical scene in Madrid. For this reason, Los claveles was considered a tribute to the genre’s foregone golden age, even though its characters, language and setting were adapted to the trends of the moment. In any case, the composer triumphed with a rich and rigorous score and lofty passages such as the ballads ‘No me importa que no venga’ o ‘Mujeres’.

La Gran Vía
In 1886, the year La Gran Vía was premiered, several buildings were taken down to build a new avenue intended to clear up and transform the centre of Madrid. The libretto underwent constant transformations due to the need to adapt it to the circumstances, which did not detract from its brilliance and favourable impact. The zarzuela had a great repercussion on the Spanish composers of that period.

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