On July 13, the Tour SymphonicRíos with The Black Betty Boys and the Universal Music Symphony Orchestra conducted by Carlos Checa performs at the 39th Festival de la Guitarra in Córdoba (Spain).
This month of May Carlos Checa conducts the Jove Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona, in the fifth program of the JOSB season with two emblematic works of the repertoire: The Symphony No. 38 “Prague” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and “El Amor” Brujo “by Manuel de Falla, which will feature the young soloist Laura Marchal.
Two concerts will be held; the first on Sunday, May 12 at 6.30 pm, at the Civic Center “La Sedeta”, with free admission , and the second on Monday, the 13th, at 8 pm at the Auditori of Barcelona.
This second concert is in solidarity, for the benefit of the “Mans a las Mans” Foundation, a foundation that fights against child poverty in the city of Barcelona for fifteen years. Tickets for this concert can be purchased from 10€ through the Auditori website.
On Sunday, October 21, Carlos Checa conducts at the Palau de la Música Catalana the Symphony No. 5 in E minor by Tchaikovsky with the Jove Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona, on the occasion of the solidarity concert for the benefit of the AFAB (Asociación de familiares enfermos de Alzheimer de Barcelona).
Suite Carmen nº 2 G.Bizet
SYmphony nº5 in E minor, Op. 64 Tchaikovsky
Carlos Checa will debut at the prestigious Starlite Festival in Marbella on August 23th with the “Ríos Symphonic” Tour conducting the Universal Music Symphony Orchestra,with Miguel Ríos and the Black Betty Boys.
On September the Tour continues on the 8th, in Ponferrada, the 22nd in Santander and the 29th in Valencia
Entrevista: Una hora con Javier Pérez Senz y Marga Lluch.
The Symphony nº3 in Mib Major Op.35 of L.V. Beethoven known as the “Eroica”, along with the Funeral March in memory of Rikard Nordraak of E. Grieg are the two masterpieces that under the batton of Carlos Checa, complete the third program of the III Season of concerts of the JOSB in Barcelona .
Concerts 4th and 5th of February
“Carlos Checa conducted the entire program of memory, looking for his musicians energy, sensitivity and always showing a clarifying gesture for the young musicians of the orchestra”.
“Dvořák’s New World Symphony achieved a very dignified level: a powerful metal, warm woods, a set of strings and everything under a version that honed in detail, in the elegance of phrasing and expressiveness”.….” “Concert corroborated us the good trajectory of this young orchestra and its conductor”