Debut at the New Mexico Music Festival and Orchestra Academy
The New Mexico Music Festival and Orchestra Academy (NMMFOA) will premiere in Las Cruces Monday through Sunday, August 9-15, said event coordinator and founder Simongoro.
Gollo is associate professor of music at New Mexico State University and director of the NMSU Philharmonic Orchestra. He is also the founder and director of the Las Cruces Youth Orchestra and Choir.
“Festivals and academies will be international music events,” Goro said. “Starting this summer, young musicians will gather each year at Las Cruces to share the stage with the best orchestras in the United States and abroad.
At festivals and academies, students have the opportunity to interact with guest artists and clinicians in a variety of orchestral settings and programs, he said.
Course setting in the studio, preparation of the orchestra section, rehearsal, performance experience.
Gollo envisions the NMMFOA as “the premier musical event providing a unique educational and artistic experience for musicians in New Mexico and the Southwest.”
At this summer’s festival, the NMSU Music Department will feature world-renowned musicians and educators, including members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Los Angeles Opera, Pittsburgh Symphony, Houston Symphony and faculty members. from NMSU, University of North Texas and Louisiana. State University. Will be welcome. University. The event also includes the Camerata del Sol Chamber Orchestra, a regional chamber music group.
At the faculty concert, guest artists Lucin Dachiu (violin, Los Angeles Opera), David Cerruti (viola, Metropolitan Orchestra), Ryuwen (viola, St. Luke’s Orchestra, New York-based), Adam Ryu (cello, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra)), Maki Kubota (cello, Houston Symphony Orchestra), Jeff Bradettich (Contrabas, University of North Texas), Anna Maria Otamendi (piano, Louisiana State University), Anna Maria Quintero (violin, Midland Orchestra), De NMSU, Jorge Espinoza (cello), Jorge Martinez (viola), Goro (violin).
According to Goro, the festival will bring together on the NMSU campus young participants from northern Mexico, Albuquerque, El Paso and Las Cruces.
NMMFOA will hold three concerts, including a pre-concert conference. Concerts are held at NMSU’s Atkinson Recital Hall, NMSU 1075 N. Horseshoe Campus, and Doña Ana Arts Council Arts and Culture Center, 250W. It will be held on Amador Avenue.
- Friday August 13 7:30 pm: The concert will present Arnold Schoenberg’s masterpiece “Verklärte Nine” performed by guest artists at the Atkinson Recital Hall festival.
- Saturday August 14, 7:30 p.m .: The chamber musicians of the Camerata del Sol join the guest artists of the festival
Performs the work for quartet by Joseph Haydn. “Metamorphosen” by 20/2 and Richard
Strauss, DAAC Center for Arts and Culture.
- Sunday, August 15, 11:00 a.m .: The festival premiere of the New Mexico Music Festival Orchestra, conducted by Goro, with all the students and guest artists performing the chamber symphony (Kammersinfonie) by Dmitri Shostakovich, op. 110a. It ends with. Atkinson Recital Hall.
“NMMFOA revisits NMSU as an important place for music education and diversity, Las
“Cruces as a city that facilitates the development of international cultural events,” Goro said.
Contact Gallo for more information. [email protected] ..