Goethe refers to Chamber Music as “a stimulating conversation between intelligent people, whose hearing we can expect to be enriched.” Although music is a universal language, there has always been an adaptation to different audiences and regional influences. Thus, in the history of music, we can speak of nationalist schools, which due to their characteristics are attributed to a certain region. In this cycle “Concerts of the Nations” we will be guided by elements of the Classical Southern Orchestra on a journey to 5 of the most representative musical destinations.
G. Auric (1899 – 1983)
D. Milhaud (1892- 1974)
La Cheminée du roi René, op. 205
V. D’indy (1851 – 1931)
Old-style suite, op.24
Promoter: OCS – Classical Southern Orchestra