La Madrileña, a Period Instrument Orchestra conducted by José Antonio Montaño, will make its first public appearance on the 15th of January in Madrid, in the concert hall of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes of San Fernando (Madrid).
The programme includes works by Vicente Martín y Soler and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with the famous Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 in G minor and several overtures by the Spanish composer Martín y Soler. It also features diverse arias and duos of operas by both composers, in particular, the premiere in modern times of three arias belonging to the opera Pesnolubie by Martín y Soler, a score first performed in 1970 and conserved in the Central Music Library of the Mariinsky Theater, whose critical edition has been done by José Antonio Montaño along with the musicologist Vera Fouter, specializing in this composer.
The invited singers are the soprano Susana Cordón and the baritone Borja Quiza. The orchestra also collaborates with the actor Emilio Gavira and the stage director, Ignacio García.
More information at SCHEDULE 2016