With the participation of domestic and foreign researchers, performers and composers, the VI Federico Smith Chamber Music Festival will be held in the Cuban province of Matanzas from February 13 to 17.
The event, which represents a great opportunity to save the passion for the genre of such contemporary history in the province from the late 19th century to the early 20th century, will take place in the José White Concert Hall with the aim of learning about the history and contemporary developments of chamber music.
As the site www.radio26.cu explains, the event will be attended, in particular, by well-known teachers and soloists Cecilio Tieles, Ernesto Oliva, Claudia Hernandez and musician of Colombian-Ecuadorian origin Jaquelin Gutierrez.
In terms of presentations, Cuarteto D’Camara, Maestra Mary Horta, the Atenas Brass Ensemble, Camerata José White under the direction of Maestro Bienvenido Quintana, as well as the musicians Anolan Morejón and Lianne Vega and the classical duo stand out in a rich program of talented artists. .
The website also states that the competition will provide an opportunity for young musicians from the professional and professional schools of the arts in Matanzas to make presentations that testify to the survival of the genre in new generations.
For five days, Matanzas will become the epicenter of chamber music in the country, where you can listen to symphonies that show the quality and excellence of the genre in which Cuba enjoys excellent musicians at the international level.
(As reported by Prensa Latina)
Source: Juventud Rebelde