The American Bryan Pezzone, pianist invited IV Festival Infantes Villanueva.
(Corrects headline, well, IV Festival) Villanueva de los Infantes (Ciudad Real), July 25 .- The American pianist Pezzone Bryan will be the guest artist at the IV Festival de Musica Clasica de Villanueva de los Infantes to be held from July 31 to 14 August in that locality Ciudad Real, California sponsored by the violinist who lives in the town of La Mancha, ffxiv gil, Peter Hatch.
The pianist, who started playing for two years and came to 'A village of La Mancha' barely 24 hours ago from Los Angeles, thanked the invitation that you can visit Spain for the first time and know, by the way, land of Don Quixote.
Pezzone, told , said that "everything is very big and beautiful" and, ffxiv gil, the good that has been discovered are the omelette and ham with what, with a knowing smile, "I hope to overcome fatigue by jet lag. "
Pezzone, accompanied by Hatch and his daughters, Heidi and Alexis young violinists, interpret last night several of the pieces that are on the agenda of the event, during the gala presentation.
A gala held, tera gold, in the courtyard of the family home and attended by about forty people, most members of the Association of Friends of the Festival and the Foundation that has just been set up and that this year has been in charge of organization and production.
The Foundation, which constitute the municipality of Villanueva de los Infantes, the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), the Association of Friends, people and institutions in the region, was born with the aim of fostering, promoting and producing the Festival, also disclose the classical music in general, cultivating artistic values and music education, especially among youth.
The Festival has, with a budget of 60,000 euros, began July 31 with the Grand Opening Concert, in charge of Alicante Symphony Orchestra under the baton of director Cristian Florea, in the Municipal Auditorium 'The Incarnation. "
This day will be held the world premiere of 'La Plaza de Villanueva de los Infantes' medieval-flavored overture composed by renowned musician and winner of several Emmy awards, Scott Harpert.
The XVII century baroque music of Schubert, Dvorak and violin recitals featuring Pezzone, which will also offer a concert and a lecture recital, are other activities scheduled during the Festival which also includes journalist and musician with Fernando Argenta a concert for children in the house of Culture 'The Alhondiga', on 3 August. 1010525