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Three beautiful concerts open December

We begin December with three magnificent concerts. On Tuesday, December 3 at 4 PM at the Mercado 10 de Agosto (Central Courtyard where the electric stands are located) the concert of the Contemporary Music Ensemble INCONCERTO / * of the OSC called “MIGRA Occupied Music will be held. Sounds in motion. Migration stories ”, a compilation of compositions that tell us about human mobility throughout the planet and a tribute to these human masses that have changed the course of history and continue to do so, this concert will be replicated on Wednesday December 4 in the Chapel of the Museum of Medicine (Av. Doce de Abril next to the Military Hospital) at 7:30 PM.

Free entry until capacity is filled.

On Thursday, December 5 at the La Merced church (Borrero and Honorato Vásquez, Esquina), Master Mikhail Zemtsov, Guest Director, presents the 12th Concert of the Second Season 2019 that has as a Guest Soloist the famous violist Dana Zemtsov (Holland) with a beautiful repertoire: Adagio de Spartacus and Dance of the Saber by Aram Khachaturian, Concerto for Viola by Béla Bartók and Symphony No. 1 by Evgueni Zemtsov. Free entry until capacity is filled.

Inconcerto / * Ensemble of Contemporary Music of the Symphony Orchestra of Cuenca Músicaocupa - Festival of classical music in Espacios In Usuales is a series of non-profit events whose mission is to execute, teach and proliferate the art of classical music in Ecuador, especially approaching people and communities that normally do not have the resources or accessibility to attend formal concerts. We firmly believe in the importance of the presence that classical music has in the social and cultural development of our environment. We have identified the lack of new and exciting spaces where the love for this art can be cultivated.

“Músicaocupa Migra” is a joint project of the In Concerto Foundation and the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The activities and spaces proposed, start from a reflection on the concept of migration from different texts and compositions of artists of different nationalities that address this theme. The sound, written and visual material seeks to lead the viewer to discover the value and necessity of the heterogeneous mixture of human currents for the survival of humanity, friendship, poetry, music and love in our world.

Mikail Zemtsov - orchestra director. He has developed an important international career in several fields. He began his musical studies at the age of 5 under the tutelage of his mother. He subsequently studied viola and composition at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow (Prof. G. Odinets and T. Tchudova). He has obtained several Solo Diplomas with Distinction from ABRSM (Mexico-England, Prof. B. Dinerstein), Hochschuele fuer Musik from Hamburg (Germany, Prof. M. Nichetianu) and Conservatory of Maastricht (Holland, Prof M. Kugel). He has a Master's Degree in Orchestral Conducting at the Lithuanian National Academy of Music with Maestro Juozas Domarkas.
He participated in master classes with Masters Neeme and Paavo Jarvi, Gianandrea Noseda, Lev Markiz. He has a busy schedule as an interpreter, pedagogue and conductor.

Dana Zemtsov - Violist. As the daughter of two violists, it was no surprise that Dana Zemtsov also used this instrument. He studied with Sven Arne Tepl and Michael Kugel, among others, and put himself on the musical map by winning several international competitions. In 2010 he won the Night of the Young Musician and represented his country in the Young Musicians of Eurovision in Vienna.

Over the years, Dana Zemtsov has built a solid career. He played with orchestras such as Holland Symfonia, Amsterdam Sinfonietta and the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Netherlands. He has performed in renowned places such as De Doelen in Rotterdam, Carnegie Hall in New York and Amsterdam Concertgebouw. Share scenarios with important musicians and enjoy making music.

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