Cervera is hosting the Oldenburg Orchestra (Germany) between days 25 i 30 October. It is about the return trip made by the Andreví Orchestra and the Conservatory Band to this German city, of more than 160.000 inhabitants, between days 29 of June i 5 last July.
They will have the opportunity to do a joint concert on the day 28 from October in the evening at the Teatre Casal Agramuntí and on Sunday 29 in the Auditorium of the University of Cervera.
The concert will begin with the Oldenburg Symphony Youth Orchestra, that under the direction of the Catalan Joaquim Palet, will offer us the first movement of the Symphony no 31 de Joseph Haydn, the Adagio of Concerto for flute and orchestra in G Major - with Carlotta Dewald as solo flute- in addition to Lord of the Rings de Howard Shore. Then the string students from both orchestras will join to perform Puigsoli by the Catalan composer Joaquim Serra and the Banda del Conservatori will show us Mancini in Concert under the direction of Xesco Grau. The Andreví Orchestra and the Band will perform the popular song Sardana of the nuns by Enric Morera and then all the members of the orchestras and bands will join to make us listen Forrest Gump d’A. Silvestri, The popular Hungarian dance no. 5.of J. Brahms and they will close with the arch-renowned Pirates of the Caribbean by Klaus Badelt, under the direction of Carles Gumí, Xesco Grau and Joaquim Palet,.
It will certainly be days of experiences, union and feeling of belonging to the group thanks to the exchange of formations and entities of different nature, as well as a strong stimulus for the students.
Besides, the Conservatory has had a week full of activity. Last weekend, the saxophone quartet formed by the students of the Carles Sarri Conservatory, Ian Elies, Jan Gall, Aleix Martí and Toni Raïch, directed by Jordi Sabater, they participated in the Segamots Oral Narration Festival; the teachers of the David Arnau conservatory - horn- and Jordi Castellà -piano- they performed at Cervera's Autumn Concert Series; and Marta Augé's clarinet class concert, which served to fire this Conservatory teacher.