Santiago de Cuba, Mar 8 (Prensa Latina) Orquesta Sinfónica de Oriente (Symphony Orchestra of the East), one of the oldest in Cuba and with headquarters in this city, will offer concerts in the Dolores Hall with the German violinist Nils. A. Hilbert, reported to the Ministry of Culture. Presentations, dedicated to International Women’s Day, are inserted into the practice of the orchestra of collaborating with musicians from different parts of the world, as it recently did, last February 14th with Swiss violinist Michel Willi.
Led by the young teacher Cossette Justo, the artists will perform concerts No. 1 in G minor by Max Bruch; in D major, of Ludwig Van Beethoven, and Three short poems, of Cuban Amadeo Roldán.
Today’s program will include pieces for violin and orchestra by Aram Jachaturiam; in D minor op 47, by Jean Sibelius, and the overture The Flying Dutchman by Richard Wagner.
Young Cuban violinist Yasvetty González, graduated form the national art education system will play with the German instrumentalist.
Dolores Concert Hall, recognized by relevant Cuban and foreign personalities like the best acoustics hall in Cuba, in a building that was a church, promotes the development of classical music in the country and encourages people to love that art expression.