2017-07-27 – 20:34 h
Composer Héctor Marroquin, participant in the Spanish film music festivals of Ubeda and Cordoba (where he won a Jerry Goldsmith award in 2012), and collaborator with several articles on SoundTrackFest, will premiere this weekend a concert work in Germany.
The concerts will be on July 28 and 29 at the Großer Refraktor in Potsdam (Germany) – one of the oldest and largest telescopes in the world. There, the Das Kammerorchester will premiere under the baton of Lars Straehler-Pohl, the 25 minute long piece UNENDLICH (“Infinity”) for orchestra.
The concerts, that celebrate the 40th year anniversary of the launch of the Voyager probe (1977-2017), have the universe, outer space and infinity as their main theme, will include works by Beethoven, W.A. Mozart and Haydn and will have Hector Marroquin playing the first French horn.
When: Friday and Saturday 26 & 27 of July 2017 at 7:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Where: Großer Refraktor (Potsdam, Germany)
Tickets: 12€ – firstname.lastname@example.org (The online purchase option ended yesterday Wednesday 26th)