Orchestral project

The Chamber Music Association of Madrid organizes the 16th International Chamber Music Festival and Course CHAMBERart 2020 in Madrid.

The Orchestral Project will be held from July 1 to 5. Commemorating the 270th Anniversary of the birth of Antonio Rosetti and the 250th Anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven.

Participation is open to all instruments (strings and wind).

The Orchestral Project is open to participants of upper and middle levels of performing with no age limit. 

The Concert will takeplace on Sunday 5,  in the church of Santa Cruz, Atocha street, 6 in Madrid, under the direction of Jirí Havlík, member of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Czech  Republic and director of the Chamber Orchestras: “Camerata Philharmonic of Bohemia”.

Participants wiching to participate in the Orchestral Project and the Chamber groups must inform the Festival administration in advance to organize it.

Once the registration has been formally confirmed, the students can request the score and sen it by email.

The official languages during the course will be Spanish and English.

The Orchestral Project will consist of a program with the following works:

PROGRAM:

Antonio Rosetti (1750-1792): Requiem in Eb Major

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827): Symphony No. 9 "Coral" in D minor, Op. 125 Four movements

REHEARSAL  PLACE:

Cultural Centre "Villa de Barajas". Botica street, 7. Barajas, Madrid.

From 5:00 pm to 8:30pm. (Except the days of concert where the rehearsals will take place in the Concert Halls.)

Guitars and vocals project

The Chamber Music Association of Madrid organizes the 16th International Chamber Music Festival and Course CHAMBERart 2020 in Madrid.

CHAMBER MUSIC GUITARS PROJECT AND VOCAL GUITARS AND CHAMBER MUSIC WITH VOICE

- Nine days between July 5 and 16 for each group or individual participant.

Festival e-mail: chamberartmadrid@yahoo.es

FACULTY TEAM FOR 2020:

 Guitars:

  • Prof. Eddie Healy. Eastfield College. Coordinator of Guitar/Music Theory Stdies Arts and Communications Division. Dallas.

  • Dr. Robert Phillips. Directs the guitar department at the Lois Cowles Harrison Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. Lakeland, Florida.

Vocals:

  • Mgr. Eva Novotná

Accommodation:

Participants who do not live in Madrid and who so request will be accommodated in the Hotel "Villa de Barajas" or in the "Avenida" in Barajas, Madrid, in double or triple rooms with accommodation and buffet breakfast.

Particimants who request individual accommodations or before or after or end dates of the Festival, have to pay a supplement.

Dining schedule:

Breakfast: from 7:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Lunch: from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (the meal is not included in the price of the course).

Concert Halls:

  • "Ateneo Científico, Literario y Artístico de Madrid",  21 Prado St. Madrid    http://www.ateneodemadrid.com/
  • "National Archeological Museum", 12 Serrano St. Madrid
  • "American Musseum", 6  de los Reyes Católicos Av. Madrid
  • "House of America", Plaza Cibeles sn, Madrid
  • "Nicolás Salmerón" Cultural Center, 51 Mantuano St. Madrid
  • "Villa de Barajas" Cultural Center, 7 Botica St. Madrid

Musical Rehearsal times:

From 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
From 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.. (Except the days of concerts, which participants will rehearse in the hall before the concert)

Complement the registration form and send to: chamberartmadrid@yahoo.es

For any additional information write to the mail of the Association.

The organization of the Festival reserves the right to make changes that, by force majeure, should be adopted.

Diplomas

At the end of the Festival-Course, all participants will receive a Diploma signed by the Faculty members of the Festival.

Fees do not include:

- Travel expenses
- Travel, health or any other insurance
- The festival organisers reserve the right to make any changes considered necessary for - Reasons beyond our control.