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Charity Concert by Spanish Brass
September 25 @ 20:30€20
In aid of Barrios Orquestrados, in Tías.
Tickets online here.
Brass is one of the most dynamic and consolidated brass quintets in the Spanish music scene. It has participated in the most important festivals in the world, has played at the gala of the Prince of Asturias Awards (1995) and has recorded the music for the play La Fundación by Buero Vallejo and the soundtrack for the film Descongélate, by Félix Sabroso.
In 1996 he won the First Prize at the 6th International Competition for Brass Quintets “Ville de Narbonne” (France), considered the most prestigious for this formation. In 2017 he received the 1st Bankia Prize for Musical Talent in the Valencian Community and in 2019, the Espai Ter de Música de Torroella de Montgrí Prize for the project Mira si hem corregut terres… and two Carles Santos Prizes awarded by the Valencian Institute of Culture, for his CDs XXX and Mira si hem corregut terres… In 2020 he has received the National Music Prize in the Performance modality awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Culture and a Carles Santos Prize for his album Les Aventures de Monsieur Jules.
He has released twenty-seven recordings, including two DVD-CDs and a double CD compilation, which show his many facets.
Every year he organizes two brass festivals: Spanish Brass Alzira-SBALZ (www.sbalz.com) and Brassurround Torrent (www.brassurround.com).
The group plays with Paxman horn, Courtois trombone and Melton tuba and the new BlackBinder app. In addition, they use Bags instrument cases. It receives support from the Institut Valencià de Cultura and the Ministry of Culture-INAEM.
Carlos Benetó Grau, trumpet
Juanjo Serna Salvador, trumpet
Manuel Pérez Ortega, horn
Inda Bonet Manrique, trombone
Sergio Finca Quirós, tuba
Sheep May Safely Graze (Cantata 208) – Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Carlos Benetó)
A-Brass-Ada – Arnau Bataller
Dance Suite – Leonard Berstein
I. Dancisa for Anthony
II. Waltz for Agnes
III. Bi-Tango for Misca
IV. Two-step for Mr. B.
V. MTV for Jerry
Chaplin Suite – Charles Chaplin (arr. Thierry Caens)
Piaf ForeverVarious (arr Thierry Caens)
Oblivion – Ástor Piazzolla (arr. Thierry Caens)
Libertango – Astor Piazzolla (arr. Thierry Caens)
Mon amant de Saint Jean Émile Carra (arr. Thierry Thibault)
Mediterráneo – Joan Manel Serrat (arr. Ramon Cardo)