The Ensemble 2.13 Sax comes from the Superior Conservatory of Castile and Leon. The sax class has become a reference class in Europe in its more than 10 years of tradition. Its members understand music as a shared experience, where the mix of different instrumental sonorities stands out above individuality. The concert is understood as a creative space that interacts with the public, fostering reflection on creation and current sound art. The relevance and prestige that this chamber group is acquiring is reflected by the awards received in different contests and prizes, such as the 1st Prize of the "IX Concurso de Jóvenes intérpretes extremeños", 1st Prize of the "V Ramón Guzmán Saxophone Competition" of Santiago de Compostela, 1st Prize in the "VIII Concurso Nacional de Interpretación Intercentros-Melómano" in the category of Superior Degree, 1st Prize in the "Concurso de Música de Cámara ciudad de Ávila", 2nd prize in the "Concurso de Juventudes Músicales de España"in the category of soloist. This relevance is also shown by the presence of its members in conservatories throughout Europe, such as the Hochschule für Musik in Basel, the Conservatoire régional CRR Versailles, the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste or the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. The conductor of the ensemble is Ángel Soria, one of the most eminent musicians of his generation. He is a soloist and a member of the renowned saxophone quartet SIGMA Project.
Pedro Caballero, Juan Carlos Entrambasaguas, Alejandro Fenollosa, Bienvenido Centeno, Gemma Galeano, Rocío Sánchez, Ángela Romera, Javier Valero, David García, Teresa Lufuluabo, Ismael Arroyo, Celia Torres, Diego Hernández, Raúl Flox
Jul 12 201812:15
2.13 Sax Ensemble - Ángel Soria, conductor
ensemble performancePaul Hindemith (1895-1963): Kammermusik No. 1 for 12 instruments - Sehr schnell und wild, Mässig schnelle Halbe, Quartett, Finale Lebhaft (arr. Teresa Lufuluabo, Gemma Galeano)Félix Ibarrondo (1943): Akaitz
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