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Concert by the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra. ‘The Philharmonic in front of the sea’

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March 8, 2024| From 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Edgar Neville Auditorium

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PROGRAM Nº 5

Director: DANIEL GIL DE TEJADA

I

CHOPIN …..… First concerto for piano and orchestra in E minor, Op. 11 45′

Soloist: MARHARYTA KOZLOVSKA, piano

II

DVOŘÁK ….. Fifth Symphony in F major, Op. 76 36′

Daniel Gil de Tejada: outstanding conductor and violinist, born in Valencia. Graduated in Piano and Choir Conducting at the Joaquín Rodrigo Conservatory of Music in Valencia, he continued his training in London, obtaining diplomas in Orchestral Conducting at the Royal College of Music. He directed the Sabadell Opera, presenting more than thirty titles, and has been awarded in international competitions in Italy, Trento, and Spoleto. His versatility has led him to conduct both opera and zarzuela, collaborating with renowned soloists and orchestras on different international stages.

With extensive experience conducting orchestras such as the Madrid Symphony Orchestra, Gran Teatre del Liceu Symphony Orchestra, and others, Daniel has demonstrated his skill in both the lyrical and symphonic fields. His success in international competitions, such as First Prize at the Nice Côte d’Azur Opera Conducting Competition in Nice, has cemented his position as a musical and artistic director. Recently, he was appointed Musical Director and Deputy Artistic Director of Amics de l’Òpera de Sabadell / Òpera Catalunya, where he will continue to leave his mark in the world of musical conducting.

Margarita Kozlovska: pianist born in Dnipro, Ukraine, in 1995. She began her musical studies at the age of 4 and debuted as a soloist with the Dnipro Opera Orchestra at the age of 10. Winner of various competitions in Ukraine, she continued her training in Krakow, Poland, where He obtained a master’s degree in performance at the “Krzysztof Penderecki” Music Academy. During this stage, she stood out in international piano and chamber music competitions, winning prizes in Rome, Budapest and Bialystok, and made her debut in Poland with the “Filarmonía Podkarpacka” orchestra. Currently, she works as an Accompanying Pianist Professor at the Reina Sofía Higher School of Music and participates in musical projects in Malaga, where she has lived for three years, collaborating with the Soho Theater Orchestra of Antonio Banderas and the Malaga Opera Choir. among others.

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