Interview at the “Las Noticias de Cuenca”. Carlos Checa as artistic director of the International Festival of Music Serranía de Cuenca (FIMUC) talks about the twelfth edition of the festival that takes place between 11 and 13 August.
As a social and solidarity project in support of the marginalized and vulnerable sectors of our society, Carlos Checa and the Jove Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona, in collaboration with Penitentiary institutions, La Caixa Banking Foundation and the Archbishopric of Barcelona, will offer a concert May 21 at the Brians Penitentiary Center. The program includes the Adagio of Mozart’s Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra, which will be performed by soloist Alejandro Lobato and completed with the Symphony nº 4 in Re minor Op 120 by Robert Schumann.
The JOSB conducted by Carlos Checa returns to L’Auditori de Barcelona this season, it will be on March 21th .The concert is on benefit of the Pascual Maragall Foundation, in order to raise funds for a project of investigation against Alzehimer.
Tchaikovsky ,the Overture-Fantasy Romeo and Juliet, and G.Bizet; Symphony in Do
After the successful concerts at the “Palacio de los Deportes” in Madrid and the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, last February 22th, Carlos Checa debuted at the Festival Viña del Mar in Chile, conducting the symphonic show by Isabel Pantoja that was seen live by 15,000 people and on television by 150 million people from all over Latin America. In the performance the singer got the Gaviota platinum, the maximum recognition of the festival. Next March 1 Carlos returns to Peru, where he has already performed twice with the National Orchestra. This time will be to perform in the Jockey Club of Lima and on March 5th last performance in Chile at the Movistar Arena in Santiago.
Mónica Naranjo with the JOSB,” Polifònica de Puig-reig” the “Banda de gaitas de la Xuntanza de Catalunya” under the batton of Carlos Checa, record at the Sagrada Familia the clip of “la Marató” of TV3 2016, (Amazing Grace).