21feb7:00 pm9:00 pmTragœdiaOCAZEnigma presents Xenakis’ Medea
The reality of women, motherhood and the wild is the common thread of this programme within the 27th season of the Chamber Orchestra of the Zaragoza Auditorium –
The reality of women, motherhood and the wild is the common thread of this programme within the 27th season of the Chamber Orchestra of the Zaragoza Auditorium – Enigma Group (Spain). In Medea, Iannis Xenakis composed a fascinating score that the OCAZEnigma will present along with the Valencian performer, a specialist in explosives, Carlos Llavata. About the myth and syndrome of Medea, the program includes an extract from one of María Ruido’s most radical films: Mater Amatísima.
The concert will open with a premiere by the Mexican composer Mario Duarte, a work inspired by the current situation of Mexican women through the myth of the Aztec deity Coatlicue, murdered by her 400 children.
Mario Duarte (1984), Coatlicue* (2021)
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Flute concert no 2, “La notte” (1710)
María Ruido (1967), Mater Amatísima (2017) (film)
Iannis Xenakis (1922-2001), Medea (1967)
Carlos Llavata, performer
Ensemble Vocal Teselas (Javier Garcés, conductor)
Asier Puga, music and artistic director
* World premiere.
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