The Emergents Festival aims to serve as a showcase for over thirty up-and-coming performers
The next six days promise to be really intensive at L’Auditori. From Tuersday to Sunday, the four concert spaces in the hall will be playing host to the Emergents Festival, which aims to showcase new and promising talent and bring them into contact with their public. The festival is scheduled to run from 18 to 23 April.
The styles featured in the festival are basically classical music and jazz, with a foray into flamenco by the Aurora quartet, who will be performing in Sala 3 on 20 April. But the first concert will be in Sala 1, the main concert hall, on Tuesday 18, and will mark the debit in the Auditori of the young violinist Sergey Malov, accompanied by the JONC, interpreting the Violin Concerto in D minor by Khachaturian. Also playing on Tuesday is the ESMUC Jazz Project, the jazz band of the Escola Superior de Música. Over the following days the protagonists will be soloists and chamber music formations such as the Emilio Martín Quintet, the Armida Quartet, saxophonist Eva Fernández and pianist Mariam Batsashvili.
Emergents aims to become an annual festival and a reference for new musical talent. You’ll find the complete programme on the Auditori website, where you can also buy tickets.
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