The Alicante born Oscar Navarro and Argentinian born Federico Jusid, who have won in the XII awards from critics that grants the web Scoremagacine, will collect their awards at the beginning of the concert Space Opera – Music of the Stars, to be held on September 30th in the Tenerife Auditorium “Adán Martín” in the tenth edition of FIMUCITÉ
Oscar Navarro has won in the category of best national score for his work on the Goya-winning documentary “Salt Dreams” finally beating the reunion of Julio Medem with Alberto Iglesias in “Ma ma”.
Argentinian Federico Jusid however, has had a more comfortable victory in the category of best national composer (or based in Spain) thanks to his great works for the television series “Carlos, King Emperor” and “Teresa” or music film “Happy 140”.
The schedule for the symphony concert to be held on Friday, September 30th, will begin with the presentation of these awards and the interpretation by the Symphony Orchestra of Tenerife and the Tenerife Film Choir a suite with winning works of Oscar Navarro and Federico Jusid. In the world premiere of the suite “Sueños de Sal” from Oscar Navarro the Choir of White Voices of the Conservatory of Music in Santa Cruz de Tenerife will debut, directed by Juan Ramon Vinagre.
Also, the tenth edition of FIMUCITÉ adds to its roster of guest composer Richard Bellis, who will offer a Workshop for Young Composers on 30 September and 1 October. Bellis has given specializing in music for film and television at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the University of Southern California training, and achieved in 1991 an Emmy Award for the soundtrack of the television miniseries “It “based on the novel by Stephen King. Workshop attendees, whose contents will be expanded soon receive an official certificate of ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.