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The Cuenca Symphony Orchestra

First concert recorded live after confinement will be the next digital delivery
Since Monday, September 14, the Cuenca Symphony Orchestra, complying with all biosafety regulations, has been working in accordance with the Protocol of gradual return to work at the institutional headquarters. Our I Concert of the II Season 2020 will be the next digital delivery, a concert recorded live on Friday, September 18 at the Pumapungo Theater is scheduled to be broadcast this Saturday, September 26 at 8:00 p.m. in the Digital Concert Hall of the Cuenca Symphony Orchestra on YouTube and on Facebook It should be noted that the concert was recorded strictly following the "Work Protocol for the Production of Audiovisual and Cinematographic Works during the health crisis caused by COVID-19 in Ecuador" processed by the Ministry of Culture and approved by the National COE.
The repertoire includes: Nocturnal Serenade by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Divertimento N ° 1 by Gerardo Guevara Viteri and Metamorphosis by Richard Strauss.
We appreciate the full support of the authorities and staff of the Pumapungo Archaeological Museum and Theater, especially its director Monserrath Tello who has given us all the openness and willingness to meet the needs of use of the same, in order to carry out our recordings of the II Season 2020 of concerts.
“For me, being at the helm of the Cuenca Symphony Orchestra again, conducting and performing together masterpieces of the Ecuadorian and universal repertoire, is a return to life, to human coexistence, to the creation of art, to the which is our task. I am hopeful that audiences, also thirsty for live coexistence with the orchestra, will soon be allowed access to this mystical communion between the great composers and the listener through our art. The digital offer of our work is only a poor substitute and at best a complement to our true mission, offering the public the national and universal repertoire in public concerts that has been and will forever be the great attraction of concert music and a necessity and cultural law of all societies. The return to face-to-face work is a good step towards the full exercise of our public task and the return of society to the enjoyment and exercise of its democratic and cultural rights. We thank President Lenin Moreno for his emphasis on the importance of the music we play and we continue with this commitment with more enthusiasm than ever ”.
Michael Meissner,
Principal Director of the Cuenca Symphony Orchestra
With this delivery, there will be 30 digital concerts that the public can enjoy and share from anywhere on the planet at the time and as many times as they wish in the Digital Room of the Cuenca Symphony Orchestra.
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