2018-04-11 – 08:56 h
Today, Wednesday, April 11th, starts the second edition of the Teruel BSO Festival, which will be held in Teruel (Spain) until next Saturday, April 14th. This edition, based on the figure of director Steven Spielberg and composer John Williams, will take a tour of the music and films that comprise their collaboration of over 40 years.
Today, Wednesday 11th at 7 pm, a conference was going to be held by Antonio de Clemente, coordinator of the Ciudad de Zaragoza Symphony Orchestra, in the auditorium of the Antón García Abril Music School in Teruel, named ‘How is a film made? – Symphonic music in current Spanish cinema’. Unfortunately, the conference had to be suspended and will be moved to a date/time to be determined next week.
Tomorrow, Thursday 12th at 8pm, a film music concert will be held, performed by the instrumental groups of saxophone, clarinet, and trumpet of the Antón García Abril School of Music, together with the Big Band Teruel, at the auditorium of the school. A total of 60 people from 12 to 16 years-old on stage, offering over an hour of music (free admission).
The main event will take place on Saturday 14th at 8 pm, with a concert tribute to Steven Spielberg and John Williams at the Marín Theatre, performed by the Orquesta Sinfónica y Banda de Música “Santa Cecilia”. The concert will feature music from Schindler’s List, Jurassic Park, ET, 1941 or Indiana Jones among many others, with projections of movie fragments while the soundtracks are played. Tickets: 8 €.
The festival will end on Saturday 14th with the screening at 10:30 pm of the first film of the ‘Indiana Jones’ saga at the Marín Theatre (free admission).
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