Dear Season Ticket Holders and Friends of the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra:
Given that the musicians of the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra have decided to go on strike, we would like to apologise for any detriment this may cause you. We regret having to inform you that finally it will not possible to offer the piano and vocal recital.
The conditions for the refund of the tickets are as follows:
Spectators who purchased their tickets at the box office will be refunded the price the moment they request reimbursement.
The deadline to request reimbursement of the tickets is fifteen days as of the date of the concert.  
In case the tickets were purchased on the Internet or by phone, the price will be automatically reimbursed to the same card used for the purchase. 
The price of the ticket for holders of a season ticket will be reimbursed to the current account to which the season ticket was charged.

Batuque, O.L. Fernandez 
Cuban Overture, G. Gershwin
Five Black Songs, X. Montsalvatge
Die zauberflöte. Overture, W.A. Mozart
Le nozze di Figaro. E Susanna non vien! / Dove sono i bei momenti" (recitative/aria), W.A. Mozart
Rusalka. ‘Song to the moon’ (Aria), A. Dvorák 
Manon Lescaut.  Intermezzo, G. Puccini  
Turandot. ‘Tu che di gel sei cinta’ (Aria), G. Puccini   
Romeo and Juliet. ‘Dieu! quel frisson court dans mes veines!’, Ch. Gounod
Berna Perles soprano

1.35 h (w/intermission)

Batuque is the piece for which Oscar Lorenzo Fernández is remembered most. It is the last of the three pieces of the suite Reisado do Pastoreio from his opera Malazarte.The name batuque comes from a religious ritual dance of African slaves of Bantu origins.

George Gershwin composed his Cuban Overture following a stay in Havana for a couple of weeks in February 1932. Gershwin incorporated a few instruments of Cuban folklore to the orchestra, such as maracas, bongos, claves and a gourd, that give the piece an exotic musical expression. In turn, Five Black Songs is Xavier Montsalvatge’s most successful work, which marked the beginning of his post-nationalist creative period.    

The programme finishes with some select passages from opera. The first is the Overture and the aria for dramatic-coloratura soprano in scene one of Rossini’s Semiramide. It is followed by Song to the Moon, the most popular song of Dvořák’s lyrical drama Rusalka.After the intermezzo prior to act three of the opera Manon Lescaut by Giacomo Puccini, one of the best arias sung by Liú in act three of his opera Turandot is performed, followed by Juliet’s moving aria in act four of Charles Gounod’s great opera Romeo and Juliet. 

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