The veteran Spanish composer Antón García Abril, creator of the music of almost 200 Spanish films and TV series, including some as well-known as Los santos inocentes (1984), Monsignor Quixote (1987), Fortunata y Jacinta (TV, 1980), Anillos de Oro (TV, 1983), La ciudad no es para mí (1966), Sor Citroën (1967), Los camioneros (TV, 1973) or El Hombre y la Tierra (TV, 1974), will receive a deserved tribute on Friday, April 27th, 2018 at 7:30 pm, on the occasion of his 85th birthday in May.
The tribute will consist of a thematic concert at the Auditorium Theater of San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid, Spain), with its most recent concert works performed by the Orquesta y Coro RTVE conducted by Miguel Ángel Gómez-Martínez.
The program will be the following:
- Variations on the 7 Popular Songs of Manuel de Falla (with Pablo Ferrández playing the cello)
- Divine Words (for soprano soloist, choir, and orchestra with the participation of the soprano Ainhoa Arteta and the Coro de la ORCAM)
Tickets, with a single price of 20 €, can be purchased at the following link: